Winners Announced at the 2018 NatWest Everywoman Awards!

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Eight of the UK’s most successful female entrepreneurs were recently announced as winners of the 2018 NatWest everywoman Awards. For the past 16 years, NatWest and everywoman, a WEConnect International certified women's business enterprise, have created one of the most renowned awards programmes for women in business, to showcase phenomenal female talent.

From the founders of multi-million-pound empires to the women creating life-changing employment for disadvantaged individuals through social enterprises, their success stories will inspire the entrepreneurial spirit in other women.

The overall 2018 NatWest everywoman Award was presented to Karen Emanuel, the CEO of Key Production, a WEConnect International women-owned business and a creative agency that produces personalised products for the music industry (and now other industries) including vinyl pressing, CD manufacturing, DVD replication and bespoke packaging.

Speaking about the winners, Karen Gill MBE, Co-founder at everywoman commented:

“Each year, we discover more women whose success stories are a true inspiration across various industries - from technology and engineering to fashion and beauty. This year’s winners are among the women already making an enormous contribution to the UK economy, however, there is always room for growth. This is why we’re proud to present yet another group of exceptional women, who will become the everywoman ambassadors needed to encourage other women to start and scale businesses.”

Yvonne Greeves, Head of Women in Business at NatWest said:

“We are very proud to recognise these fantastic businesswomen who have not only excelled in their own businesses but are also role models to other women looking to take their first steps in business. We need more female role models to inspire our next generation of entrepreneurs and the NatWest everywoman Awards are a great platform for this.”

To read the full article and see the list of all the winners, click here.

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