Congratulations Louise Campton @primarygoalLtd Finalist in the Woman Who…Achieves Innovates through STEM Category 2018

Today we are featuring each of the Woman Who…Achieves and Innovates through STEM Finalists.

Featuring Louise Campton of Primary Goal Finalist in the Woman Who…Achieves and Innovates through STEM Category, sponsored by Unique Therapies.

Come along and support Louise and our other Finalists at the Awards Lunch which takes place on Friday 27th April at Coombe Abbey Hotel. It’s an afternoon of networking, inspiration and celebration. Everyone is welcome to attend and we have three great inspirational women in business Keynotes this year:

  • Holly Matthews (Actress and Founder of The Happy Me Project);
  • Emma Heathcote-James (Founder of Little Soap Company); and
  • Fleur Sexton (MD of Pet-XI and Re-Vitalise Business Woman of the Year 2017/18)

Take a look at last year’s gallery.

BOOK NOW  (Limited tickets available)

Louise Campton, Primary Goal @primarygoalLtd

I created Primary Goal after spotting a niche opportunity to develop an innovative apprenticeship programme helping schools to save money and children to improve their use of technology and digital skills for the future.

It’s been a challenging journey with many highs and lows and many more to come, but I am a firm believer that you get out of life what you put in and I have every confidence that Primary Goal shall grow from strength to strength.

Many people have reservations about starting their own business, as did I, but is all of the hard work worth it…….absolutely!

“I am delighted to have been nominated for a second year to achieve the “innovating through STEM” Award at Woman Who… 2018. The Woman Who… Achieves Awards are close to my heart, as in the heart of my home City surrounded and supported by other like minded, resilient and hard working females who have pushed themselves past all limitations to achieve their dream”. Louise Campton

Woman Who…Achieves and Innovates through STEM Category is Sponsored by Unique Therapies











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