Lancashire Business View is putting the spotlight on the county’s up and coming women in business and the part they will play in the post-pandemic fightback.
We’re looking for the entrepreneurs and innovators who will play a major role in taking Lancashire’s economy forward and we’re eager to hear about their plans, hopes and aspirations.
And we’re calling on you to help us in identifying the inspirational women who are making their mark on the world of business. If there is someone you’d like to nominate for our list, please get in touch by filling in the form here: https://bit.ly/LBVwib2021.
We’ll be publishing the list and highlighting their work and achievements in our March/April issue.
Lancashire Business View publisher Richard Slater said:
“Twelve months ago we identified the most influential business leaders in the county to celebrate International Women’s Day.
“It was a powerful list highlighting the fantastic talent we have here in Lancashire and the women who are making a real difference.
“This year we are looking to put the spotlight on the county’s up and coming women in business and the impact their efforts will have on Lancashire’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Once again, our aim is to highlight the achievements of women in Lancashire as well as supporting the message that equality is not a women’s issue, it is a business issue.
“So, we want to hear about the work of these ‘up and coming’ entrepreneurs and innovators, to highlight their achievements so far and to share their vision of the future.
“If you know of someone, in any sector of the economy here in Lancashire, that you think fits that bill, please share their names with us.”
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