We all had to work from home during the pandemic but what about all the women in business who have always been home based? This Awards celebrates their achievements.
The Woman Who Achieves Awards take place in the Marquee at Coombe Abbey on Friday 1st July. This year marks the 7th Anniversary of the Awards, delivered in partnership with Alsters Kelley Solicitors.
The day starts 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.
Meet the Finalists of the Woman Who Works from Home Category
Woman Who Works from Home
Taruna Chauhan, T Chauhan Consultancy Ltd
Kerry Field, Plentific Ltd
Denise McGowan, Evanji Limited
Wendy Morris, Nimda Business Services
Anna Rump, Amelia Rose Media Ltd
You can see all the 2022 Finalists HERE
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“I enter the awards because it gets me to reflect on what I have achieved and lessons learned.
Being a finalist for the third time means I must be doing something right. I am excited, and the process is engaging and straightforward with the opportunity to network.“
“I’m very excited to be part of a fabulous day showcasing so many successful and inspirational women.
I’m looking forward to connecting with some like-minded powerhouses. I haven’t planned what I’m going to wear yet and maybe should get onto that…whatever I choose I will have my flip-flops on as I’m known as a Flip Flop CEO!“
“The process of entering the Woman Who Awards was an opportunity to reflect on my business, what has been achieved to date, and where I still want to take it moving forward.
I am still reeling from the shock of hearing my name be announced as a finalist; this year seems to make it even more poignant as it marks our 15th Anniversary, therefore making the low times in business seem so much more worthwhile. Additionally, I have met some great people through the process and it has helped heighten my business exposure to a wider audience.
I am fully aware that the competition is fierce, so I take great pleasure in making it through to the finals and wish everyone the best of luck.”
“Finding out I am a finalist for the Woman Who Achieves Awards was a moment of pure joy.
Being judged by a panel of independent experts really does give you the confidence to stand a little taller and say, yes, I am a business owner, I am a woman who achieves. The support and encouragement from the entire Woman Who Community is life-changing, and I would not be where I am now without it.”