#WIBA20 celebrates the best in the business

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Downtown in Business Liverpool hosted the Women in Business Awards 2020 on Friday 6th March 2020. Who are the leading ladies of the Liverpool business community?

Downtown in Business Liverpool hosted the Women in Business Awards 2020 on Friday 6th March 2020.

Hosted by BBC presenter Jacey Normand, the awards celebrated the female entrepreneurs, business owners and decision-makers who have made a significant contribution to the economic growth of the Liverpool City Region.

The awards sponsored by Uber, also saw the launch of a unique partnership between Downtown and Archbishop Blanch school.

Among the winners for this year’s awards were, Sally Bloor, Cllr Anna Rothery and Dame Janet Beer, who won the Chief Executive, Liverpool BID Company and Woman of the Year Award respectively.

B&M Waste were also big winners taking home the Business of the Year gong along with the Outstanding Employer of the Year Award.

The full list of winners are:

Change Champion of the Year 2020 (open to Women & Men): Richard Kenyon, Everton Football Club
Outstanding Employer of the Year 2020: B&M Waste Services
Outstanding Employee of the Year 2020: Jacqui Hughes, Sutcliffe
Outstanding Newcomer of the Year 2020: Louise Kemp, Nineteen Agency
Outstanding PR & Marketing Agency of the Year 2020: Agnes Marketing
Outstanding Marketer of the Year 2020: Lisa Pearson, Arriva Group
Outstanding Director of the Year 2020: Rosie Kenyon, Kenyons
Outstanding Digital & Tech Female Personality of the Year 2020: Alexandra Duffy, Ruler Analytics
Outstanding Business Development Manager of the Year 2020: Anne King, Steven A Hunt & Associates
Outstanding Legal Services Personality of the Year 2020: Lesley Sullivan, Excello Law
Outstanding Financial Services Personality of the Year 2020: Julie Calvert, Pavis Financial Management LTD
Outstanding Property Personality of the Year 2020: Sheryl Moore, Kier
Outstanding Recruitment Personality of the Year 2020: Kerry Swift, Beam Recruit
Role Model of the Year 2020: Paula Stock, ADHD Foundation
Outstanding Business Owner of the Year 2020: Helen Wynn, Carringtons Catering
Social Impact Personality of the Year 2020: Colette Taylor, Merseyside Youth Association
Business of the Year 2020: B&M Waste Services
Woman of the Year 2020: Dame Janet Beer, University of Liverpool
Liverpool BID Company Award 2020: Cllr Anna Rothery
Chief Executive Award 2020: Sally Bloor, Knowledge Quarter Liverpool

To nominate for The Women in Business Awards 2021 CLICK HERE.

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