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T&B proud sponsors of Women’s Business Club, Young Entrepreneur of 2016

October 7, 2016

Thomson & Bancks Solicitors are incredibly proud to announce their sponsorship of the Women’s Business Club, Young Entrepreneur of 2016 award.

The award is one of many presented at the Maximise Conference & Awards in November and acknowledges a young business woman under 28 years old who has built her business from the ground up. Set as a requirement by the Women’s Business Club, the recipient of the award must be able to display the attributes of someone who is “…going places in the business world with her innovative business attitude.”

Maximise Conference & Awards 2016 is an all-day event held at the Pittville Pump Rooms, Cheltenham on the 30th November. The hosts, Women’s Business Club were founded in 2013 with an aim to connect, support, and empower business women.

Business women throughout the UK can connect with the Club through organised business lunches, their VIP Club, and the annual Maximise Conference & Awards day.

Thomson & Bancks are proud to sponsor an award at this year’s ‘Maximise Conference’ which is to be held in Cheltenham where it is being hosted by the Women’s Business Club for the 3rd year in a row. Business women from all over the UK gather for a day of business networking, exhibiting, listening to inspiring talks and a chance to explore some of their business needs. We will be proud to present the ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award’ and to be part of such an exciting forum for the promotion of my and other women’s businesses!

The awards event brings together business women from all over the UK and from multiple disciplines, offering a full day of business networking, exhibiting and inspirational talks.

This year’s Young Entrepreneur of 2016 nominees are:

  • Amy Box – The Box Range
  • Lorah-Kelly Beard – Strawberry Studios
  • Kirsty Dunleavy – Active Gloucestershire

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