100 women entrepreneurs from across the UK were celebrated at a special reception in the Senate on International Women’s Day organized by Small Business Britain, recognizing their significant contributions to the country.
The afternoon event spotlighted seasoned female business owners who run a variety of mission-oriented businesses. ƒ: Entrepreneurial Campaign. The initiative presents her annual line-up of 100 outstanding women who have made significant contributions to society, the economy and their communities, called the ‘IAlso100’.
Among the 100 celebrated are Lauren Higgins, founder of the national network Northern Girls’ Club, an initiative dedicated to raising the aspirations of Northern women, and Tech for Good startup In Good Company. It included Alexandra Birtles, who founded it. Make it easier for conscious consumers to find ethical and good small businesses.
Also featured is Allegra Chapman, founder of Watch This Sp_ce in Manchester. This company helps organizations understand their current situation in terms of diversity and inclusion and develop action plans to improve.
Attendees enjoyed afternoon tea and networking in Westminster, met with other founders from across the country, and met with special guest speaker Seema Malhotra MP, Small Business and Consumer Shadow Minister, entrepreneur Lucy Griffiths, and business coach. I heard from a former TV reporter. A tribute to the power of women entrepreneurs in the 2014 Ukraine War.
Seema Malhotra MP says: With her Small Business Britain, she joined the Congress of 100 Women Entrepreneurs to celebrate International Women’s Day, listen to their stories, learn from their achievements, and help women-led businesses make a big difference in our economy. I am very proud to have been recognized for my contribution. They are an inspiration and tackling the barriers women entrepreneurs face is central to how we grow our economy. ”
f: The Entrepreneurship Campaign, launched in 2017, will help highlight the stories of amazing women entrepreneurs and provide inspiration and role models to the wider small business community at large. Presented by Small Her Business Britain, a leading champion of small business in the UK, this year marks her sixth year with the campaign. The campaign reflects how women entrepreneurs in the UK continue to thrive despite the challenges of the past few years. new venture.
With Michelle Ovens CBE, founder of Small Business Britain ƒ:Entrepreneurial Campaign says: It was great to congratulate all the amazing women who participated in her f-entrepreneur campaign this year at the House of Lords.
“With the increasing number of women starting their own businesses, this group is undoubtedly a big part of the UK’s future growth, so it is important to encourage and support women, especially given the challenges they face today. We need to do more to do that.”
To see the full lineup of this year’s 100 women f:Click here for the Entrepreneur #IAlso100 campaign.