We are proud to be sponsoring Lancashire Business View Women In Business for a third year running. This special feature shines a spotlight on inspirational women in business.
Through interviews and profiles, the showcase will highlight the achievements and impact of female entrepreneurs, business leaders and decision makers in the red rose county whose actions inspire others.
Not limited by sector or job title, this feature is about those who are energising and encouraging others in their organisation, in their industry or in their community.
Our Marketing Manager, Amy Lancaster-Hall said: “Lancashire Business View's ‘Women in Business’ feature is a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge the county’s trailblazers. These are the female entrepreneurs, business leaders, and decision-makers in the county who make their mark in Lancashire and beyond. They serve as role models for the next generation of female entrepreneurs, showing them that anything is possible with hard work, determination, and, of course, a generous helping of red rose courage!
From speaking with other business women in Lancashire, I often learn about the challenges and obstacles that come hand-in-hand with an entrepreneurial career. But many also talk of the incredible rewards and satisfaction that come with overcoming those challenges and achieving success. That's why it’s so important that Lancashire Business View celebrates the achievements of inspirational business women in our county.
If you are a female entrepreneur, business leader, or decision-maker with a story to tell, don’t hesitate to get involved. Whether you nominate yourself or other women, your contribution to the ‘Women in Business’ feature will inspire others. And together, we can continue to break barriers and pave the way for many more future generations of successful business women in Lancashire."
You can nominate inspiring individuals here .
To be considered for the feature, entrants must include details of their current roles and how they are inspiring others. Entry deadline is Friday 3 February 2023.
The full showcase will be published in the March/April edition of Lancashire Business View magazine.
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