Celebrating the achievements of women across the world

Celebrating the achievements of women across the world

Celebrating the achievements of women across the world

Industry Insights

By Donna O’Toole

When it comes to talented, determined and successful women, one of the leading ladies is Whitney Wolfe-Herd – the Bumble founder and world’s youngest female self-made billionaire.

Her story of overcoming adversity to make it right to the top is a great example of what can be achieved with a burning desire to make a positive impact.

If you are a female business leader – or if you know a woman who is driving change and success in her role – then our list of Women in Business Awards should provide the inspiration to getting much deserved recognition.

The Stevie Awards for Women in Business, the National Business Women’s Awards and the WISE Awards (amongst many others) offer a platform to improve your personal brand, grow your profile and gain external credibility.

INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Since launching our Winning Awards podcast, Donna O’Toole has interviewed many women who have either received recognition or been influential within the awards industry itself.

SARAH AUSTIN

Our first podcast featured Awards Director, Sarah Austin, as she gave useful pointers and advice about putting your brand on a national platform.

PAULINE SAUNDERS

Episode 3 saw Donna interview Pauline Saunders from the Learning & Performance Institute, where she talks about their flagship awards programme – The Learning Awards.

DR REBECCA ZHI HERBERT

In Episode 10, the founder and Academic Director of Wisdom Spring Education, Dr Rebecca Zhi Herbert, tells her fascinating personal story that received recognition in a pandemic-specific awards category.


ALISON EDGAR MBE

Alison Edgar MBE, also known as “The Entrepreneur’s Godmother”, meets Donna in Episode 12 to explain how to turn your biggest challenge into your superpower and make it onto the 2021 New Year Honours List.


CHARLY YOUNG

Most recently, the co-founder of The Girls’ Network, Charly Young, appears on Episode 14 where she reveals how our campaign is supporting their one-to-one mentoring scheme. Read more about this initiative in our next story below!

 

EMPOWERING GIRLS IN THE UK

We have recently partnered with The Girls’ Network to offer our support to this extremely worthy cause.

Each time one of our clients wins an award, we will celebrate their success by making a donation to The Girls’ Network, which supports over 1,000 girls aged 14-19 each year across the UK to reach their potential.

By supporting this initiative with our Who Wins When You Win campaign, we are helping to inspire and empower girls from the least advantaged communities by connecting them to a mentor and a network of professional female role models.

If you want to recognise your success by winning awards and supporting The Girls’ Network, contact us today.

It’s time to stop waiting, and start winning!

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