Tickets for festive nights are on sale that deserve the spotlight on women in the heart of the Midlands business community.
The 2021 Nottinghamshire Live Woman in Business Awards returns on Tuesday, December 14, paying homage to the women whose determination and success have helped advance the region’s economy.
ITV presenter Emma Jesson will be hosting the night at Papplewick’s Goosedale event venue this year.
Headline-sponsored awards Hillarys Blind – Nottinghamshire’s business, which has been supplying blinds, curtains and shutters for 50 years – recognizes the exciting work and achievements of business women from all over Nottinghamshire.
This is the first Women in Business Awards to be held in the county before the first blockade, commending the best managers, entrepreneurs, directors, SME owners and young business leaders.
From home to business individuals to high-flying career professionals, the award has created a female role model that will inspire future generations over the years.
The award is run in connection with Business Live, a sister publication of Nottinghamshire Live.
The finalists of this year are:
This year’s small business | Sponsorship FSB
Lemon and lime interior
My HR hub
Rising Star Award | Sponsorship Michael Wisher Team Support
Lauren Godwin-Thomas Sanderson
Women’s Award under construction | Sponsorship Willmott Dixon
Sara Labland-Influencing Landscape Planning and Design
Liz Lynch-Barato and David Wilson Homes North Midland
Claire New Love Hill-John Bray’s Ford Chartered Surveyor
This year’s entrepreneur | Sponsorship Frank key
Rebecca Dow Deswell-nkd
Hannah Mother-Cocktail Bar in a Bottle
Rebecca Tofam-Property Girl
This year’s female executive | Sponsorship Haram
Sally Gilborn-North Notts BID
This year’s apprentice | Sponsorship Nottingham College
Isabel Walton-AW Lymn The Family Funeral Service
Lucy Winfield-Jigsaw 24
Women in Tech Award | Sponsorship Brown Jacobson
This year’s inspirational female | Sponsorship Shakespeare Martineau
This year’s new business | Sponsorship Evershed Sutherland
Enable the future
There is also Lifetime Achievement Award And trophies This year’s businessman It was announced at night.
At the final award in 2019, Charlotte Cox, Global Brand Director of Canterbury and now President of the parent company Pentland Brands Europe, Middle East and Africa, was awarded the Woman of the Year Award.
Mrs. Cox’s work includes the development of the 2019 Rugby World Cup kit, leading the Nottingham team. This includes the England team’s kit, which has created dozens of jobs.
The 2018 businessman of the year was Mary Hunter. She joined Annesley’s digital solutions group Columbus Global in 1998, and while at the company her sales increased from £ 2m to £ 25m.
In recognition of her achievements, the Managing Director has been nominated for both the Inspiring Female of the Year and Female Executive categories.
Nottinghamshire Live editor Natalie Fahy said we should celebrate more than ever with female captains in the industry, from top corporate CEOs and financial officers to high-flying accountants and lawyers, “man planners” and entrepreneurs. rice field.
Fay said: “Nottingham and Nottinghamshire are full of successful female businesswomen. Through my work, I am fortunate not only to support them, but to work with them in all areas.
“For now, it’s very important to defend them, as they have a lot to offer post-covid recovery in our area.”
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Award evenings include a red carpet drink reception, a 3-course dinner and an award presentation.
For details and opportunities Click here to purchase the award table Or contact Richard Edwards at 01159051913.
Finalists Announce 2021 Nottinghamshire Live Woman in Business Awards – Tickets for Tonight On Sale
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