Addmaster Founder & CEO Paul Morris was crowned Disruptor Of The Year at the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards regional finals.
2019 is the seventh year of the NatWest GBEA awards, competed for by a a total of 630 across 13 categories.
Disruptor of the Year award is given to pioneers of change. The award recognises innovators guided by their imagination and celebrates the hard work and inspiring stories of entrepreneurs.
Paul's company Addmaster is the leading supplier of innovative additives for polymers, paints, textiles and coatins and pioneered the use of multiple-use plastics with Biomaster antimicrobial technology.
The latest honour follows multiple awards for Addmaster including three international trade awards.
Gordon Merrylees, Director of Entrepreneurship at NatWest, said: “NatWest is proud to support the Great British Entrepreneur Awards celebrating another year of amazing achievements for entrepreneurs growing businesses from every corner of the country.”
Addmaster Managing Director Dr. Sandrine Garnier collected the award on Paul’s behalf in Birmingham on Wednesday evening.
The National Final will take place in London in November.