2015 NatWest everywoman Awards

Awards info

Partners and sponsors

Title partner


We are delighted to support the NatWest everywoman awards for the 13th year in a row. These awards have showcased many excellent role models over the years, and have offered great encouragement to female entrepreneurs at all stages of their business journey. At NatWest, we have seen a tangible increase in the number of women starting up in business, and we continue to be committed to encouraging more women to do so. To this end, we have a network of over 240 externally accredited Women in Business Specialists across the country who share and understand our customers' ambitions, and provide business advice, networking and mentoring opportunities to help them build successful businesses and fulfil their potential.

Category Sponsor


Iris Award Sponsor

IBM is a proud supporter of everywoman and delighted to be the sponsor of the Iris Award. For over 100 years now, IBM has aspired to innovate, to apply technology make the world work better and deliver sustainable long term outcomes for the world we live in.  Often it's a simple solution which allows us to disrupt the way things are usually done and make a real difference.  Businesses which collaborate and apply technology in an innovative and disruptive way are key to creating a Smarter Planet.


Demeter Award Sponsor

We are proud to be supporting female entrepreneurship and women in business for the second year running. Every day, we provide products and services that make it easier for businesses to take payments and get online. We are their trusted payments partner, helping anticipate buying behaviour, and ultimately converting more sales. We work with all types and sizes of business, so whether you’re just starting out, or work for a global business, we can help you get ahead.

Daily Mail

The Aphrodite Award Sponsor

The Daily Mail is proud to sponsor the NatWest everywoman Aphrodite award for Mumpreneurs for the first time this year. We hope to support Mumpreneurs and to recognise the achievements of women who take on the twin challenge of starting a business and raising a family. The Daily Mail has more ABC1 readers than any other daily newspaper and Mail Online is the biggest newspaper website in the world. We reach more than 20 million readers a month in print and online.

Distribution partner

Countryside Alliance

Create your own user feedback survey