Still time to enter 2021 Business Women Scotland Awards



There’s still time to enter the 2021 Business Women Scotland Business Awards before the closing date of 3 September at 6pm.

Lynne Kennedy, founder of Business Women Scotland

Has your business grown in the past year? Is it a start-up that’s being noticed? Do you run an innovative social enterprise? Or is your business a sustainable enterprise that’s worth shouting about?

Business WOmen Scotland wants to hear from you. Themes of collaboration and sustainability are new categories in this year’s awards and will be recognised when the gongs are handed out at a live lunchtime ceremony on 19 November at Oran Mor in Glasgow.

Categories range from Rising Star of the Year and Established Business of the Year to Inspirational Woman of the Year. New categories for 2021 include Collaboration Award, Sustainable Business Award and Women in Tech Award.

Lynne Kennedy, founder of Business Women Scotland, said: “This has been yet another tough year for businesses and now that we are opening up again it’s time that we celebrated each other’s achievements.”

Every business entering this year’s awards will receive a free six-month membership to Business Women Scotland. Top prizes include business coaching from Kirsty Mac worth £900 and a business overview from Martin Aitken for the Business Woman of the Year.

While the overall winner will receive business coaching worth £3000 from Yvonne Webb at Action Coach, a business overview check with Martin Aitken and 10 weeks of advertising with Go Radio.

To enter, visit the website.

This year’s awards will return to an event in Glasgow, but will also be streamed live online for those who can’t make it along on the day.

Lynne Kennedy added: “When we hosted the awards online last year, we linked up with women in business the length and breadth of the country. We’re aware that not everyone has the time or the budget to get to Glasgow, so this year as well as returning to a live in-person event we hope to do the same again online and bring together as many female entrepreneurs as possible.”



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