2017 NatWest everywoman Award
Victoria Robertshaw - Keelham Farm Shop
Sponsored by Daily Mail - Awarded to a woman who founded her business whilst raising a child/children aged 12 or under.
Kate Ball - Mini First Aid
Sponsored by Crystal Clear - Awarded to the most inspirational woman running a business trading for 18 months to 3 years.
Sandra Sassow - SEaB Energy Ltd
Sponsored by Dell - Awarded to the most inspirational woman running a business trading from 6 to 9 years.
Anne Timpanay - On Tap Plumbers
Sponsored by Nutriment - Awarded to the most inspirational woman running a business trading from 3 to 5 years.
Julie Wilson and Amy Livingstone - Cheeky Chompers
Sponsored by Montezuma's Chocolates - Awarded to the most inspirational and successful female founder of a social enterprise who has combined strong community benefit with a sustainable business model.
Dulma Clark - Soul of Africa
Sponsored by EDF Energy - Awarded to the most inspirational woman running a business trading for 10 years or more.
Jo Stroud - Mantra Jewellery
Brand of the Future
Sponsored by The White Company - Awarded to the female founder of a business that demonstrates great potential for growth.
Whitney Bromberg Hawkings - FLOWERBX
Spirit of everywoman Award
Recognise a woman whose determination, commitment and pioneering spirit has helped change the landscape for women in business in the UK and paved the way for others.
Prue Leith - entrepreneur, restaurateur, TV presenter and 2017 Great British Bakeoff judge
everywoman Ambassador Award
Created to shine the spotlight on high-profile entrepreneurs and brands, recognising their business achievements and highlighting them as role models to young women considering entrepreneurship
Charlotte Tilbury - founder Charlotte Tilbury
The 2016 NatWest everywoman Award:
Grace Lachowicz, founder of Dekko Interiors
The Spirit of everywoman Award:
Eileen Pullen and Gwen Davis on behalf of veterans of the Ford Motors Dagenham dispute
The everywoman Ambassador Award:
Marcia Kilgore, the serial entrepreneur responsible for Bliss Spa, Soap & Glory, FitFlop and, most recently, Soaper Duper natural bath and body products
The Brand of the Future Award - sponsored by The White Company:
Helena Hills, founder of TrueStart Coffee.
The Artemis Award
Sponsored by Crystal Clear International - for the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for between 18 months and three years:
Pip Murray, Pip & Nut
The Demeter Award
Sponsored by Nutriment Ltd - for the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for between three and six years:
Helen Lord, Used Kitchen Exchange
The Athena Award
for the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for between seven and eleven years:
Joanne Bass, XL Displays
The Hera Award
Sponsored by Sage - for the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for 12 years or more:
Clare Harris - Talking Tables
The Iris Award
Sponsored by DELL – for the most inspirational and successful female entrepreneur who runs a business that uses technology in an innovative and disruptive way:
Fiona Hudson–Kelly, Smart Assessor
The Aphrodite/ Mumpreneur Award
Sponsored by the Daily Mail – this award will go to a woman who founded her business whilst raising a child/children aged 12 or under:
Hillary Graves, Little Dish
View winners and finalists from previous NatWest everywoman Awards