Congratulations Nicol Nightingale-Spears, Fothergill Wyatt , Finalist in the Woman Who Achieves Inspiring & Outstanding Leader Category Sponsored PET-Xi Training

Today we are featuring the Finalists in the Woman Who Achieves Inspiring & Outstanding Leader Category sponsored by PET-Xi Training Ltd.

Congratulations Nicol Nightingale-Spears of Fothergill Wyatt , Finalist in the Woman Who Achieves Inspiring & Outstanding Leader Category, Sponsored by PET-Xi Training.

You can see all the Finalists here

I have 10 years’ experience in the property industry and joined Fothergill Wyatt as Lettings Manager 3 years ago before being promoted to Director in 2018.

Fothergill Wyatt are independent estate agents selling residential properties across Leicestershire, who also provide a comprehensive lettings and management service to both first time landlords and experienced investors.

We also specialise in the sale of new build properties, acting for developers and house-builders across the region.

We are both RICS Regulated and ARLA Propertymark accredited providing the expertise and knowledge to deliver the very best comprehensive service to vendors and landlords, purchasers and tenants.

Congratulations Nicol, we look forward to seeing you at the Awards Lunch on 7th June.

PET-Xi Training Ltd are sponsoring the Woman Who Achieves Inspiring and Outstanding Leader Award.

Fleur Sexton DL, Managing Director, said: “We’re delighted to be sponsoring Woman Who to help women fulfil their potential and be the best they can be.”

Fleur is an extremely successful business woman, is well known in the business community and has a wealth of experience. Fleur was also one of the keynote speakers at the 2018 Awards, features her amazing business story in the 2018 edition of I Am A Woman Who and wrote the Foreword for the 2019 Edition.

Fleur Sexton DL is Deputy Lieutenant of the West Midlands, representing Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of the West Midlands, Businesswoman of the Year 2017/18 and Managing Director and co-founder of multi-ward winning PET-Xi Training, whose relentlessly upbeat teams and innovative programmes deliver impact, inspiration, productivity and value across the UK. PET-Xi recently pioneered a UK wide “Upskilling the Nation” scheme for unemployed & homeless adults, helping them to return to the workplace and society and an apprenticeship scheme to help young people gain vital skills, experience and qualifications in the world of work while working with companies, helping employers to raise standards and close the skills gap.

Fleur SextonFleur is dedicated to breaking barriers and improving chances, investing much of her time and 10% of profits into these activities, campaigning to Government and employers to invest in skills, motivating women to fulfil their potential and running the PET-Xi Foundationwhich raises money for young people nationwide. She runs free childcare for staff children in order to provide role models for young people and make a family friendly working environment.

Also, a board member of Coventry & Warwickshire Champions, Historic Coventry Trust, Chamber of Commerceand The NSPCC Business Group. PET-Xi are very hands-on, sponsoring and actively supporting at Birmingham Hippodrome, were active bid development sponsors of the successful Coventry City of Culture 2021 bid, The Wasps Netball team STEM project and Coventry Blaze Ice Hockey community foundation. Fleur is a married mother of 3, tweets as @FleurSexton and can be found at fleursexton.com

 

Delivered in partnership with the FSB (Federation of Small Businesses, East & West Midlands)


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