Are you a Growing SME? Enter the Woman Who Achieves Awards 2020

We are delighted to be holding our 5th Woman Who Achieves Awards Lunch at Coombe Abbey Hotel on Friday 1st May 2020

Are you a Growing SME?

Take a look at the entry criteria below and ENTER NOW

Woman Who Achieves for a Growing SME Award

Sponsored by XL Motors

You will either work for a growing business or run your own business. You will either be in management or be an owner/partner/Director. You will have employees or work with a team of associates.

You will have set yourself personal goals and can demonstrate how you have achieved them within the business. You will be able to tell us about your business journey and how you have achieved in the overall growth of the business. Include any challenges or obstacles you have overcome, your goals, aspirations and your achievements to date. Tell us about the business growth to date and plans for future growth.

Guidelines:

The Judges want to hear about you and your journey. They want to understand about any personal goals you have set that have helped you get to where you are today and helped you and the business achieve. Include any plans for business growth, challenges, barriers or obstacles you have overcome and your achievements along the way.

Also include details about your particular role in the business and where you sit in the organisation’s hierarchy. These are your personal achievements which in turn have helped the business to achieve so if you can demonstrate these with examples, please do so along with how the business has benefited as a result.

ENTER NOW  (Deadline Midnight on Sunday 23rd February 2020)

Take a look at the highlights of the 2019 Awards Lunch.

 

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

 

Although these Awards are held in the Midlands, you may enter wherever you are based in the UK providing that you are able to attend a face to face interview on Monday 23rd March and the Awards Lunch on Friday 1st May, in Warwickshire.


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