FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS: keeping pace in a changing world
In the current climate, entrepreneurs around the country are demonstrating their flexibility and vision as demand for new products and services create an unprecedented opportunity for innovation and enterprise. Centered on the theme ‘Female entrepreneurship: keeping pace in a changing world,’ the 18th annual NatWest everywoman Awards celebrates the inspirational female founders whose creativity and resilience will help Britain weather the current economic storm.
Congratulations to all our 2020 winners and finalists, you are all a true inspiration to us all!
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WHO ARE THE AWARDS FOR?
The NatWest everywoman Awards are open to any female business owner whether they operate as a limited company, sole trader, or in partnership with others. The awards celebrate the woman behind the business, her personal successes and achievements and how she individually inspires others.
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NOMINATIONS LAUNCH: PANEL DISCUSSION
Thank you to everyone who joined our panel discussion moderated by Celia Duncan (Women's Editor Daily Mail) on 'female entrepreneurs - keeping pace in a changing world'. Celia was joined by Trinny Woodall (Trinny London), Whitney Bromberg Hawkings (Flowerbx), Kanya King CBE (MOBO Organisation) Charlotte Ferguson (Disciple) and Pippa Murray (Pip and Nut).
Since we launched these awards in 2002 we have seen thousands of entrepreneurs share the highs and the lows of their business journeys. The country, indeed the world, now faces its biggest economic challenge in generations. It will be the entrepreneurs who will be sufficiently adroit to identify and act on the opportunities. All eyes will be on the business community in the months ahead and our focus will be on the extraordinary women whose vision, energy and ambition will contribute to Britain’s recovery.
Karen Gill, co-founder, everywoman