SOTA’s founder, Emma Lang, is cited as one of fifteen ‘Young Entrepreneurs To Watch’ by the Great British Entrepreneur Awards in association with Starling Bank.

Nothing embodies the spirit of entrepreneurship more than a young entrepreneur, always looking ahead with a fruitful future before them, their endless potential, and a fresh eye for businesses. Young entrepreneurs are those introducing us to new ideas and concepts, in the form of new businesses, contributing to the ever-changing world of business.

Alongside their partner Starling Bank, the Great British Entrepreneur Awards prides itself in supporting and celebrating the most talented entrepreneurs in the UK.

“Emma Lang came up with a creative solution to a problem plaguing creatives by founding State of the Art Marketplace. Beginning as a freelance artist, Emma was upset by the lack of an exclusively art-oriented marketplace where she could sell her products. Realising the strong desire for such a market, Emma began her business which showcases a variety of arts from prints to textiles and collages. With plans to create an even broader set of categories to showcase as many different types of art as possible, the options on State of the Art Marketplace are almost growing as quickly as the business itself.”

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