PlotBox, founded by Antrim husband and wife Sean and Leona McAllister, named as finalists for two prestigious awards

  • PlotBox has announced it has been shortlisted for the Best EIS Investee Company as well as the Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association.

    Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) is a not-for-profit organisation that helps Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME’s) obtain the funding they need to grow their business and help drive our economy forward.

    The EISA Awards are the most prestigious event in the organisation's calendar, to be held at the House of Lords in Westminster, London, on19 June, and decided by independent expert judges across the ecosystem.

    Each year, the EISA celebrates the outstanding achievements of participants in the EIS and SEIS ecosystem, recognising the founders, investors, and advisers driven by the common goal of supporting entrepreneurs across the UK to drive innovation and economic growth.

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    Founded by Co. Antrim husband and wife Sean and Leona McAllister, PlotBox is the innovative cloud-based digital deathcare management solution that enables cemeteries and crematoriums to serve better, save time, increase revenue, reduce risk, and sustain long-term growth.

    Headquartered in Ballymena, with offices in the United States and Australia, the 100-strong multidisciplinary team of experts provides the same professional levels of service and satisfaction across the globe.

    PlotBox Co-founder and CCO Leona McAllister said: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Best EIS Investee Company as well as the Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

    "PlotBox is driven by a real entrepreneurial spirit and to provide the answer to one simple question; ‘What if there was a better way of doing things?’

     "That ‘what’ was to provide deathcare operators with more time to serve families in the best way possible through the implementation of cemetery, crematorium and Funeral Home management software solutions.

    "In no small part, we have been able to realise that ambition with the help of partners and backers in securing investments - investments that will allows us to continue to develop innovative new deathcare tech solutions that will continue our mission which is, “To help take away some of the pain in dealing with death for families and those that serve them.”

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