The Best Businesswomen Awards have announced their finalists for 2023, all fantastic examples of exemplary female entrepreneurs.
The business climate has continued to test the resilience of entrepreneurs, and these determined women have continued to drive their businesses forwards.
The judging panel was impressed by the creativity, tenacity and excellent business acumen demonstrated in the selected finalists. The Best Businesswomen Awards are designed to recognise the achievement of female entrepreneurs from a wide range of industries. All of whom are excelling in their chosen field.
Businesswoman Lorna Reeves from MyOhMy Events has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Best Businesswoman in Business Services. MyOhMy Events create and deliver perfectly pitched, immersive, professional events, tailored to your unique needs, designed to engage and inspire. A trusted and well-established events management company, providing a full range of events solutions, working with entrepreneurs and industry leaders to deliver high-end, experiential events.
Debbie Gilbert, the organiser of The Best Businesswomen Awards, said ‘This is the 9th year of these prestigious awards, and despite extremely difficult trading conditions businesses have faced over the past few years these businesswomen have powered forwards. Our judging panel, all business experts, were impressed by the quality of the entrants. All our finalists are all shining examples of being successful entrepreneurs who have proved their success to our judges.’
Lorna Reeves, Founder of MyOhMy Events; ‘It’s so exciting to reach the finalist stage of The Best Businesswomen Awards and to be recognised by experts in business. The events industry has seen so much change over the past few years and we’ve worked hard at MyOhMy Events to make sure to plan, design and execute events that exceed expectations no matter what’s happening in the world.’
The Gala Final will be held at the Hilton Wembley on 22nd September 2023, where the Gold Winners of each category will be announced. Good luck Lorna!