Winners announced for Precious Awards 2009

Winners announced for Precious Awards 2009

The winners have been announced for this years PRECIOUS Awards, sponsored by Pearson plc, which celebrate women of colour in business and leadership.

The winners were announced at the Awards ceremony, hosted by leading entrepreneur Jessica Huie and top business coach, Rasheed Ogunlaru and that kicked off Global Entrepreneurship Week on Monday 16 November.

Now in their third year, The PRECIOUS Awards are supported by a diverse range of stakeholders, charities and the wider business community throughout the UK, that includes Gordon Brown PM, David Cameron, Social Enterprise London and Nicolas Clegg.

The PRECIOUS Awards 2009 Finalists

Best Start Up Business sponsored by Her Business

Abenaa Pokuaa
Business: Ohema Ohene
www.ohemaohene.com

Best Creative Business sponsored by The Cultural Leadership Programme

Ayebia Clarke
Business: Ayebia Clarke Publishing Limited
www.ayebia.co.uk

Best Service Business sponsored by Shell African Network

Yvonne Ottley-Awuah
Business: The Simply Fab Company
www.sfcstyle.com

Best Ethical Business sponsored by Social Enterprise London

Lola Atkins
Business: EWAV WORKS
www.loatfilms.com

Best Online Business sponsored by Sharan

Amaka Olateju
Business: WuChi by Maks
www.wuchi.co.uk

Best Business Sponsored by BIPC

Vanessa Hutchinson
Business: Mahoe Café
www.mahoecafe.com

Young Entrepreneur of the Year sponsored by Enterprise UK

Jessica Elliot
Business: JS Dance Factory
http://www.jsdancefactory.co.uk

Inspiring Leader within the Workplace

Radiah Andre Binns
Chief of Naval Staff- Influence-Assistant Head Ministry of Defence
www.MOD.uk

Region: All
Website: http://www.preciousawards.com
Press Tickets: Not Available
Sponsorship: Not Available
 
Press Tickets:
Name: Foluke Akinlose
Phone: 07956439990