It’s just over 2 weeks until the Woman Who Achieves Awards Lunch in the Marquee at Coombe Abbey, which takes place on Friday 1st July. This is the 7th annual Awards where the winners will be announced in each of the Categories.

 

Entries were received throughout March & April. Short listing was carried out by an independent panel of Judges, and all the Finalists were interviewed in May. It’s been a long wait but we’re looking forward to celebrating at this special event.

 

The day will start with Woman Who Live, a morning of personal development and business growth followed by the Woman Who Achieves Awards Lunch, an afternoon of networking, inspiration, and celebration.

 

The Awards Lunch is delivered in partnership with Alsters Kelley Solicitors

 

Meet the Finalists of the Woman Who Networks Category:

 

Woman Who Networks Sponsored by Alsters Kelley Solicitors

Stacey Calder, The Business Success Network and Magazine

Sharon Louca, Womens Business Networking Limited

Vicky Kangurs, Tabby Tiger

Laura Moss, Inspire and Connect Ltd

Tracey McAtamney, Ladies First Professional Development Ltd

 

You can see all the 2022 Finalists HERE

 

There is still time to purchase your ticket for the Awards Lunch.

 

“I entered the Woman Who Achieves Awards for the 2nd time this year and I’m delighted to have reached the finals both years.
 
The reason I enter these Awards is that I find the whole application process to be very thorough and challenging. It really gets you to assess your business, your achievements, and your future plans. The interview process is independent of the organisers, and the judges are of high caliber too.
 
Some awards feel like a popularity contest, whereas Woman Who Achieves awards winners know that by winning they have been recognised for their expertise… and that makes the win all the more sweeter! Good luck to all the finalists we are already winners to have got this far!”
Sharon Louca

Womens Business Networking

I am truly honoured, delighted, and stunned to reach the finals of the Woman Who Networks category for my work on Charity Meetup, my third sector networking group.

The entry process was a helpful exercise in reflecting on how far the group has come since the first event two years ago, where I had to be reminded several times to slow my speaking down and breathe.

I would strongly encourage everyone to enter next year – you’d be amazed how proud you can, rightly but rarely, feel when you start to put pen to paper.

I want to thank the team behind Woman Who and wish lots of luck to everyone. We’re all winners to be surrounded by such supportive and inspiring people, and I look forward to celebrating with you on the day.

Vicky Kangurs

Tabby Tiger

Delivered in partnership with Alsters Kelley Solicitors

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