Jo Britton shortlisted for prestigious women’s business start-up award
5th August 2019, 2:21 pm
Jo Britton, founder and director of PACE Development has been shortlisted for Business Start-Up of the year in the FL National Awards & Summit 2019, North West, Ireland and Wales region.
Now in its 10th year, the awards are designed to demonstrate enterprise, talent and innovation from across the region’s thriving business community and have become one of the most recognised and well-attended business awards in the region.
Jo Britton, a Manchester based marketing and manufacturing specialist is founder of PACE (Personal and Corporate Effectiveness) Development which delivers personal brand consultancy, mentorship and coaching. Her business uses a fresh approach to nurturing and developing talent, by combining marketing and branding with the latest thinking from the world of neuroscience to help women in industry accelerate their careers.
Says Jo, ‘I’m thrilled to have been shortlisted for this prestigious award in our first year of business. I was inspired to launch PACE Development having worked in engineering, manufacturing and technology based sectors and becoming increasingly frustrated by the lack of women in senior roles in these industries. PACE Development is on a mission to help women in industry accelerate their careers and industry to access a massively untapped pool of female talent which can make a huge difference to business productivity and growth.”
Since launching in 2009, the Forward Ladies Awards recognise leaders and organisations who have made the greatest impact on the regional and wider UK economy over the last 12 months. Regional winners will be announced at an exclusive awards lunch on Friday, 13 September at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Manchester and then go on to compete at the National Final held in November.
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