Recognising Local Business Women
Business Women Awards announced the 2014 winners at the Lighthouse Poole on 11th June. Hosted by Dan Mills from Heart and Tara Howard, Venus Awards Founder.
Linda Parkinson-Hardman from The Hysterectomy Association won the Dorset 2014 NatWest Venus Awards in Category The Foundations for infant Loss Training Inspirational Woman Award.
The NatWest Venus Awards Dorset Ceremony in association with Breeze Volkswagen was held on the 11th June – Hosted at the state of the art Lighthouse.
The Hysterectomy Association is a social enterprise set up by Linda Parkinson-Hardman in 1997. It was created to provide impartial, timely and appropriate information
and support to women facing a hysterectomy. It now supports almost 2,000,000 women every year.
After Winning the Award Linda gave us her Feedback about the Venus Awards:
“The Venus Awards has introduced me to a completely different network of influential and exciting women. They are women I’d be unlikely to meet under any other circumstances. The biggest benefit is being able to learn from what they have been doing and to see where I might be able to emulate their successes and achievements to help my own organisation. I’m looking forward to keeping in touch with them and building much stronger business and support relationships.”
Following thousands of votes, over 2000 nominations and applications and a mixture of anticipation and excitement, the Dorset Venus Business Women Awards announced the 2014 winners at the Lighthouse Poole on 11th June. Hosted by Dan Mills from Heart and Tara Howard, Venus Awards Founder.
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