The mother@work Awards took place in London's City Hall on June 13th and were, yet again, a sell out event. Our thanks go to everyone who attended, including our inspirational speakers and worthy winners, to make this the best mother@work Awards yet.
We thought you'd like to see who's won so here they are receiving their awards. You'll also see some pictures of the event itself - were you there?!
The mother@work Awards winners 2007
Employer of the Future - first direct
Fiona Shields of sponsor Childcare Choice presents Angela Parks and Naomi Finch of first direct with the award for Employer of the Future
Best People Manager - Kirsteen Yates, Barclays
Cath Taylor, MD of sponsor Taylor Herring Public Relations presents Kirsteen Yates of Barclays with her award for Best People Manager
Best Mumpreneur - Wendy Shand, Tots to France
Wendy Shand, founder of Tots to France (www.totstofrance.co.uk) receives the award for Best Mumpreneur from Susan Anderson, Director of Human Resources Policy at the CBI
Most Exceptional Working Mother - Sacha Corcoran
Sacha Corcoran receives the award for Most Exceptional Working Mother from mother@work founder Denise Tyler and Fit4All MD, Paul Gordon who kindly provided a full day's lifestyle, fitness and nutrition coaching for our winner (www.fit4all.com)
Best Family Support - Tanya Miller and Family
Clare Hammond of Luxury Family Hotels and actress and author Arabella Weir present Tanya Miller with the award for Best Family Support - winning her family a long weekend holiday at one of the wonderful Luxury Family Hotels (www.luxuryfamilyhotels.co.uk)
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We are delighted that the following organisations are sponsoring the mother@work Awards 2007:
We also acknowledge the supporting endorsement of the following organisations:
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC)
Tommy's the baby charity - Pregnancy Accreditation Programme
Fame Academy voice coach Carrie Grant brings a touch of glamour to the awards..!
Admiring the view of Tower Bridge from City Hall
mother@work founder Denise Tyler with actress, author and Grumpy Old Woman, Arabella Weir
A capacity audience enjoying the speeches and prize giving