2020 NatWest everywoman Awards - Partners and Sponsors
Partners and Sponsors
Yvonne Greeves, Director of Women in Business, at NatWest, says: “We are very proud to launch this year’s call for nominations to the NatWest everywoman Awards. Now, more than ever, we need to recognise the importance of female entrepreneurship to the economy and inspire women to take their first steps in business. NatWest has a network of over 600 everywoman accredited Women in Business specialists who understand our customers’ ambitions and provide business advice, mentoring and networking opportunities.”
The Daily Mail is very proud to sponsor the NatWest Everywoman Aphrodite Award for Mumpreneurs once again this year, and to support the amazing 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 29 million readers a month in print and online.
What began as a small mail-order concept for beautifully designed, affordable home accessories (mainly in white), today The White Company has grown into one of the most-established multi-channel retailers nationally, with a growing international presence having opened two stores in New York. “The White Company is delighted to sponsor the Brand of the Future Award, awarded to the female founder of a young brand that demonstrates great potential for growth. I passionately believe in everywoman’s invaluable support of women in all aspects of business life, helping them to achieve their full potential. I am looking forward to hearing about all the inspirational finalists and winners of the NatWest everywoman Awards.” Chrissie Rucker OBE
Nutriment was established in 2013 with a view to making the very best natural dog and cat food. Within 6 years the company has become one of the fastest growing businesses in the UK and a leader in the raw pet food market in the UK. Nutriment continues to disrupt the industry with its ethics, adherence to quality and customer service as well as it’s innovative approach to feeding our best friends. I became involved with everywoman in 2015 when I had the great honour of winning the Artemis Award. I was so inspired by the work of everywoman that I have been a sponsor ever since and have been privileged to be a judge for the last two years. Not only do the NatWest everywoman Awards promote the achievements of female entrepreneurs, they also offer inspiration, motivation and support to any woman who dreams of running her own business. I truly believe that listening to the stories of all the amazing nominees can be a life changing moment. I am enormously proud to be involved again this year. Suzanne Brock, Founder.
At Montezuma’s, we absolutely love supporting NatWest everywoman Awards. As a past NatWest everywoman Award winner herself, our co-founder Helen Pattinson knows the excitement and pride around winning such a prestigious award. As a business with ethics at our heart, the Gaia Award, recognising founders of successful businesses with a social and community benefit, is a perfect fit. We look forward to celebrating female founders and meeting this year’s winners and finalists at the Awards.