A NEW Guiseley company has been shortlisted for a national award.

The content writing platform Branswer, which was launched earlier this year, has made it through to the regional shortlist for the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

Past winners of the awards include David Buttress of Just Eat, Julie Deane of The Cambridge Satchel Company, James Watt of BrewDog, and Hannah and Sophie Pycroft of Spectrum Collections.

Founder and Managing Director, Kayla Herbert, said: “I’m so pleased Branswer has been shortlisted for the Innovation Entrepreneur of the Year Award. It’s great to see our mission to help organisations connect with their customers be so well received by the community.”

“Branswer uses AI insights and automation to help charities and businesses write content aligned with their brand and audience. Our innovative tool empowers organisations of all sizes to tell their stories effectively.”

Creator of the Awards, Francesca James, said: “We have been inundated with some incredible entries this year, and all shortlisted applicants should be extremely proud of themselves. This year has yet again seen a record number of entrants and we’ve been absolutely blown away by the strength and diversity of applications.”

Five finals will take place at Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester and London.