SALAMANDRA.UK FOUNDER WINS BEST BUSINESS WOMEN AWARD
The UK Best Business Women Awards have announced their winners for 2020, delayed due to Covid19, at an online gala final.
Businesswoman Christine MacKay from salamandra.uk wins Gold for Best Business Woman in Business Services and Silver for Best Boss in this prestigious competition which seeks to find the very best female business talent from across the UK. Salamandra.uk are visuals problem solvers who simplify complex business messages, making them memorable, via animation on any platform.
The business world is full of talented and dedicated female entrepreneurs who run successful businesses whilst often also juggling the needs of their families. The Best Business Women Awards are designed to recognise the achievement of those women across a wide range of business categories.
“This has been such a difficult time for businesses. These awards received many entries despite the pandemic, which is a testament to the tenacity of female entrepreneurs. This is a tough competition judged by business experts. To win is a major achievement.” Debbie Gilbert, Best Business Women Awards founder and organiser.
Winners were selected for their business acumen, determination, creativity, and passion for their industry. Best Business Women Award winners are shining examples of fantastic female entrepreneurs who have proved their success to a judging panel and have demonstrated they have the ingredients worthy of being recognised and rewarded. They then join and remain part of the Best Business Women Awards’ Winners Club, numbering an exclusive 96 members since 2015.
“With such an amazing line up of businesses and professional women, I’m super honoured and chuffed to be a winner amongst this very strong cohort. I’m really proud of my wonderful team who have made this possible.” Christine MacKay, Salamandra.uk CEO, Producer, Founder.
The judges commented that “Christine is clearly passionate about animation. This was a very impressive entry sharing great evidence. She has immersed herself in the animation industry and supports new animators. The business was built from the ground up and has a customer base of raving fans and is clearly a leader in her field.”
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