Beyond Business alumni announced in list of top 100 women in social enterprise
We are incredibly proud to report that this year, five of our Beyond Business alumni made the NatWest WISE100 list.
The NatWest WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100), produced annually by Pioneers Post in partnership with NatWest bank, recognises the most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and mission-driven business. Names were selected this year from hundreds of nominations submitted by the public.
Huge congratulations to:
- Katharine Hibbert, Founder and Director, Dot Dot Dot Property Guardians
- Eve Wagg, CEO, Well Grounded Jobs
- Joanna Hamer & Sabeha Miah, Directors, Juta Shoes
- Meg Doherty, Founder, Fat Macy’s
Over 40% of UK social enterprises are led by women and the gender pay gap is smaller than in the commercial sector.
WISE100 builds on the work of Pioneers Post and NatWest to highlight the achievements of the social enterprise sector through the NatWest SE100 Index, which features the UK’s top 100 social enterprises. NatWest has supported the social enterprise sector for over 20 years, and through its Women in Business programme provides dedicated support to female entrepreneurs.
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