Tees Businesswomen Awards 2018: Shortlists & Details

The Tees Businesswomen Awards takes place at Wynyard Hall on the evening of Thursday, 8th November, with reception at 6.30pm and carriages at 12 midnight.

As sponsors have already booked a significant number of seats, only a limited number are now available – which will be sold only to those individuals and companies shortlisted for an award through until 5pm on Tuesday 16th October. On Wednesday 17th October, all remaining tickets will be placed on general sale, for which there is already a waiting list.

Tickets are £62.50 + vat each (£75 total) or £625 + vat per table of 10 (£750 total). Prices for this event include a champagne reception, three-course dinner and wine on each table – dress code is cocktail dress or ball gown (ladies) and black tie (gents).

The Tees Businesswomen Awards event, which is being sponsored by Northern Skills Group, the training arm of Middlesbrough College, will include presentations to our 10 category winners, who will each receive a crystal glass award.

Here’s a breakdown of the category award shortlists (in no particular order):

Training & Apprenticeships – sponsored by PX Group
Jackson’s Law
Hunters Estate Agents
Nifco

Best Newcomer – sponsored by RMS Recruitment
Jessica Williams (Just Williams)
Holly Campbell (Venator)
Jo Davies (HR Alchemy)

Charity/Voluntary Award – sponsored by Venator
Halo Project
Teesside Philanthropic Foundation
The Bungalow Partnership

Breaking the Mould Award – sponsored by Developments by Joseph Homes
Liza Pontone (Active Chartered Financial Planners)
Andrea Pearson (SABIC)
Kelly Bailey (Venator)

Best New Business – sponsored by Tees Valley Combined Authority (judged by Northern Skills Group)
Pie Jackers
Fourteen Drops, Yarm
Just Williams

Inspiring Others Award – sponsored by SABIC
Yasmin Khan (Halo Project)
Julie Donaldson (Zetland FM)
Stacey Phoenix (Cygnet Law)

SME of the Year – sponsored by Punch Robson Solicitors
Hunters Estate Agents
Chadwicks Inn Maltby
Crake & Mallon Funeral Services

Lifelong Inspiration Award – sponsored by Tees Valley Business Compass
Jane Turner (Teesside University)
Katrina Morley (Tees Valley Education)
Anne Preston (Prestons of Potto)

Business of the Year – sponsored by Cornerstone Business Solutions
Sound Training
J&B Recycling
Home Instead Senior Care

Businesswoman of the Year – sponsored by Teesside University
Sharon Lane (Tees Components)
Claire Preston (Sound Training)
Yasmin Khan (The Halo Project)

 

 

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