Scale-Up Awards adds The Coaching Masters CEO, Lewis Raymond Taylor to judging panel

Lewis Raymond Taylor, the CEO and Founder of The Coaching Masters has joined the judging panel for the 2023 Scale-Up Awards.

Despite suffering sexual abuse, mental illness, addiction, bereavement, debt, a suicide attempt and even spending multiple times in prison, Lewis Raymond Taylor is now a 3x Forbes featured Entrepreneur, TEDx Speaker, and the owner of a $25m coaching business. Since being founded by Lewis, The Coaching Masters has helped 1,400 coaches to qualify and now serves 85 countries around the world.

Lewis becomes the latest addition to an esteemed panel that already contains Dr Saima Rana, CEO and Principal of GEMS World Academy; Irene Graham OBE, the CEO of the ScaleUp Institute; TV personality Joanna Jarjue and many others.

Brought to you by Business Leader, the Scale-Up Awards celebrate high-growth companies and the entrepreneurs that run them. A record number of entries were received to this year’s event and judges are currently deliberating over who the finalists in each award category will be. The finalists are set to be announced on the 30th of August.

Andrew Scott, Founder of the Scale-Up Awards, comments: “Having scaled a successful coaching business from the ground up, Lewis’ expertise is exactly what is needed for the 2023 Scale-Up Awards judging panel. I’m very pleased to announce he’ll be taking part in this year’s event and cannot wait until the 30th of August when this year’s finalists are announced.”

If you have a question about the judging panel or judging process, or if you would like to become a judge, please send an email to or call 020 3096 0020. 

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