The awards are designed to reward junior enterprises and give their ideas exposure across Europe. The nominees will present their consultancy to other junior entrepreneurs, institutions and corporate partners during the JADE Spring Meeting in Brussels, Belgium, between 31 March and 3 April.
The winner of the award will be announced during a four day event, which will include a keynote speech from the former President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy.
Speaking about the nomination, Shaurya Pandey, who is the Managing Director of the Westminster Business Consultants said: "I'm very proud of WBC team and everything we've achieved this year. The nomination for the Most International Junior Enterprise reflects the industrious nature and passion in our team.
"Having won this award in the past, we hope to achieve our vision of recognition in London and the United Kingdom."
WBC is a junior enterprise run by students from Westminster Business School. Junior enterprises are non-profit organisations managed entirely by students, which provide services for companies, institutions and society. WBC provides advice on performance improvement, digital technologies, traditional marketing, market research and event management.
The consultancy aims to provide services to small and medium-sized enterprises, larger businesses and charities. For the students, it puts what they have learnt on their course into practice, as well as providing an environment for them to grow in their professional life.
Find out more about Westminster Business Consultants on our Westminster Business School blog.