Recognising Local Business Women
Henmans Freeth Business of the Year Semi Finalists
A small business with a big attitude
Henmans Freeth is part of the Freeth Cartwright Group. We are a leading law firm based in Oxford with a national reputation for handling commercial and personal matters for a wide range of individuals, businesses, institutions, and third sector organisations. Our clients face complex challenges in various environments and they come to us because they need lawyers that have the experience and expertise to solve problems quickly and successfully.
Karyn Buck – The Buck Project Ltd – Karyn started her first business, The Learning Ladder, more than 10 years ago and has continued to generate new businesses that deliver high impact projects. She lives, works, volunteers, shops and plays in Oxfordshire with the support of her family.
Natasha Ellard – Urban Element – Natasha has proved herself to be a strong, independent, business woman. In 2 years she has taken on a challenging new role as Director & Shareholder, ensuring profits are up, costs down, major new contracts coming in and all whilst having a baby boy.
Alison Hargreaves – Guides for Brides – Alison is the founder and Managing Director of Guides for Brides, an on-line wedding business dedicated to putting businesses in touch with brides. She is proud to be part of a female oriented team in a male dominated industry of on-line publishing.
Cilla McKay – Rocket Consultancy – Cilla is the Managing Director of Rocket Consultancy and is also the Business Development Director for the Activate Enterprise Group as a whole. She is a highly experienced in transforming the lives of people and organisations.
Titikssha Shah – OXFORD BUSINESS COLLEGE – Company Officer of Oxford Business College (Oxford) Ltd