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Panintelligence CEO named among UKs Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders

Zandra Moore, CEO and co-founder of Leeds-based Leeds data analytics and business intelligence (BI) software developer Panintelligence has been named as one of LDCs Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders for 2020.

Panintelligence CEO named among UKs Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders

"To be recognised in this way is humbling and truly is result of the hard work a whole team of colleagues."
Zandra Moore Co-Founder and CEO of Panintelligence

Now in its third year, the programme, which is supported by The Telegraph, celebrates the inspiring leaders behind some of the UK’s most successful and fast-growing medium-sized firms.


There were more than 350 nominations and those profiled hail from every corner of the country, operate across a multitude of industries, employ more than 5,250 people and collectively contribute more than £1bn to the UK economy.


Co-founded by CEO Zandra Moore and CTO Ken Miller in 2014, Leeds-based Panintelligence last year expanded to the US and secured £5m backing in a Series A fundraising.

Moore commented: “To be recognised in this way is humbling and truly is result of the hard work a whole team of colleagues.  My co-founder Ken and I have been on a long journey since we launched in 2014, and our drive and ambition is shared by everyone in the business, and we’re excited to see what 2021 holds despite the challenges we’ve all faced this year.


John Garner of LDC added: “The UK has a long-standing reputation for its entrepreneurial endeavour, but there has never been a more important time to recognise or back ambition in British business. The LDC Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders aims to do just that. All of the inspiring leaders featured in our Top 50 this year have driven their business forward during a period of adversity, whether by expanding internationally, delivering real innovation, showcasing resilience or making a difference in their communities. They all deserve their place and I look forward to seeing their continued success.”


LDC is the UK’s leading mid-market private equity firm. Backed by Lloyds Banking Group, LDC is committed to investing £1.2bn over the next three years to support the ambitions of management teams leading mid-market businesses across the UK.


You can find out more information on this year’s Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders programme here: https://bit.ly/2HE8SL7


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