Tees Businesswomen Awards 2019 – winners’ roll call

More than 440 people packed out Wynyard Hall’s Grand Marquee for the second Tees Businesswomen Awards, held in association with Northern Skills Group, the training and apprenticeship arm of Middlesbrough College.

Here’s a full round-up of the winners and runners-up:

Businesswoman of the Year (sponsored by Teesside University)
Winner: Sharon Lane (Tees Components)
Finalists: Angela Lockwood (North Star Housing) Nadia Ayoub (De Melo)

Best Newcomer (sponsored by RMS)
Winner: Sara Arthur (Genesis Protection Services)
Finalists: Michelle Carter (Bespoke Financial), Sara Calgie (The Start Studio)

Inspiring Others (sponsored by SABIC)
Winner: Catherine Devereux (Russ Devereux Headlight Project)
Finalists: Jane Turner (Teesside University), Ellie Rees (Collab Media)

Lifelong Inspiration (sponsored by Stocktonon-Tees Borough Council)
Winner: Ann Stonehouse (Assist Women’s Network)
Finalists: Jane Turner (Teesside University), Sade Sangowawa (Cultures)

Breaking the Mould (sponsored by Joseph Homes)
Winner: Marcia Pryce (SEQENS-Chemoxy/Lancaster University)
Finalists: Jessica Williams (Just Williams)

Company of the Year (sponsored by Cornerstone)
Winner: Jacksons Law
Finalists: Additional lengths, Wynyard Hall

SME of the Year (sponsored by Punch Robson)
Winner: Additional Lengths
Finalists: Tees Components, BePro

Best New Business (sponsored by Tees Valley Combined Authority)
Winner: Abacus Bean
Finalists: Wander Films, The Sandwich Station

Training & Apprenticeships (sponsored by px Group)
Winner: The Halo Project
Finalists: New Directions, Beyond Housing; Cygnet Law

Charity Award (sponsored by Billions Europe)
Winner: Footprints in the Community
Finalists: MFC Foundation, Five Lamps


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