The NatWest everywoman Awards celebrates the UK’s brightest female entrepreneurs, from innovative start-ups to established multi-million-pound organisations and will this year celebrate its 15th anniversary.
In this month’s ‘guest columnist’ feature, journalist Lottie O’Conor reflects on the recurring issues that she covered whilst working on The Guardian’s Women in Leadership desk and offers her thoughts on small personal changes that can make big a cultural difference.
At the age of 16, Rukia Hussain from Manchester took a job at her local Asda to earn money as she studied for A-Levels. Six years on, the George and GM Trading Manager is the youngest of twelve women...
The third annual everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology welcomed over 600 delegates from around the world who came to hear from some of the brightest and most revered figures in the international technology world.
Hosted in London by everywoman co-founders Karen Gill MBE and Maxine Benso