Oculus HR is celebrating after being commended as one of the UK’s Top 100 SMEs.

Amidst hundreds of entries from a diverse range of sectors, Oculus HR has been ranked 47th overall in the prestigious list.

To celebrate the achievement, Director Louise Kennedy and her team will attend the coveted awards evening on 13 March in St Paul’s, London, and will be included in the EB100 digital guide and online directory to a viewership of over half a million people.

The EB100 are ranked on a series of categories, from community engagement to innovation and growth.

“The EB100 is evidence of the overwhelming entrepreneurial spirit in Britain,” said Piers Linney, Former investor on BBC’s Dragon’s Den and Co-Founder of Implement AI.

“Across every sector, we have seen truly impressive businesses that are devoted to achieving in all areas.”

“Oculus HR are innovators in the British SME community and deserve the spotlight shone on them from the Elite Business 100,” said Scott English, Brand Director of Elite Business. “This definitive league illustrates the crème de la crème of UK SMEs.”

This is the second year of the competition, with a dramatically increased number of applicants entering since 2023.

Judges noted the impressive sales and growth figures, community spirit and engagement and overall high standard of entries this year.

The award win follows Oculus HR’s impressive award recognition in 2023 where Louise won the Entrepreneur of the Year category at the Sunderland Echo Business Excellence Awards and team Oculus walked away with the prize for Business of the Year at the Wear Businesswomen Awards.

The North-East based HR consultancy were also finalists in the national Personnel Today awards, highlighting the business’s growing presence on a national scale.

The team at Oculus HR is proud to not only provide exemplary HR support and guidance to their clients but now to also be named as a Top 100 UK business.

For more information about Oculus HR, visit https://oculus-hr.co.uk.