Oxford Business College’s Alumni, Ajla Duckollari, is a finalist in the SME London Business Awards

Oxford Business College is proud to announce that its distinguished alumna, Ajla Duckollari, has been named a finalist in the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry SME London Business Awards in the Business Woman of the Year category. This prestigious recognition highlights Duckollari’s exceptional contributions and outstanding achievements in the business world.

Founded by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), the SME London Business Awards highlights and recognises small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that show outstanding initiative, innovation and positive impact in enterprise. Ajla Duckollari, a shining example of the calibre of professionals fostered by Oxford Business College, has made a significant impact in her field, earning her a coveted spot among the finalists.

Ajla Duckollari, is the founder of Oxford Online School, an innovative fully online primary to A-level school, aiming to reach out to students from around the world through the use of expertly designed teaching and learning platforms. A driving force behind the establishment of a vibrant, community-focused network, Ajla ensures that every student receives robust learning support. Her educational philosophy centres on fostering independent learning and nurturing academic ambition, guiding students towards the zenith of academic achievement. Ajla’s forward-thinking approach, coupled with a dedication to personalised and enriching educational experiences, cements her as a transformative figure in the online education landscape.

SME London Business Award Finalist, Ajla Duckollari, commented on her nomination saying: I am truly honoured and to be named a finalist in the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry SME Business Awards. This recognition is not just a personal achievement but a testament to the collective efforts of a dedicated team, supportive mentors, and the invaluable education I received at Oxford Business College. The journey from student to a finalist in these prestigious awards has been both challenging and rewarding. I am grateful for the opportunities that have shaped my career, and I look forward to continuing to make a positive impact in the business community. This nomination is a celebration of resilience, innovation, and the power of collaboration. Thank you to SME London Business Awards for this incredible honour.”

Commenting on this achievement, Andrew George, Chair of the Board of Governors also said: It is great to see one of our alumna recognised in this way. This is a testament both to Ajla’s hard work and dedication, but also to the opportunities that Oxford Business College offers its students.”


The awards ceremony will take place on Thursday 8th February 2024 at Park Plaza London Riverbank, where winners will be announced aong an esteemed gathering of industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and professionals.

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