Stelios Awards For Disabled Entrepreneurs Run in partnership with Leonard Cheshire

The Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK is a business award run in partnership with the Leonard Cheshire, A registered charity dedicated to supporting individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their level of ability. The award recognises the exceptional spirit and business ability of disabled entrepreneurs.

I am very passionate about encouraging an enterprising spirit throughout British culture. Helping to remove the barriers that disabled people face in business is an important part of this.
Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou


Stelios Awards For Young Entrepreneurs in Greece

oOrganised every year since 2009. Exclusively for young entrepreneurs in Greece, under 40 years of age and who have set up a company in Greece in the last 5 years with a minimum gross profit of € 10,000 per year. Their business must employ at least two people and the entrepreneur must own at least 50% of the company. If the owners are two, they should own more than 80% of the company.


Stelios Peace in Cyprus & Bi-communal Award

The Stelios Bi-communal Cyprus Award have been in operation on the island of Cyprus since 2009. The idea is to encourage bi-communal cooperation between Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots in order to promote lasting peace on the island. Each team involving one Greek-Cypriot and one Turkish-Cypriot can win 10,000€ per year.

All forms of human cooperation are eligible to apply including business, arts, sport, work and life! Past applicants and past winners are also welcome to re-apply. The awards are normally announced at a ceremony in Nicosia in October each year.