Print Inc. proprietor Angela Windsor was a finalist in this years “Women in Business Awards (2016)” in the Start Up Business Category!
The award was set up by “Forward Ladies”, and were founded in 1999 with one single vision in mind – to unlock potential in professional women. 17 years on they are still going strong!
“Forward Ladies” wanted to create an environment and community where women could feel heard, seen, and able to upskill and develop themselves. This lead to the development of the highly respected “Women in Business Awards”.
The “Women in Business Awards” continues its tradition of being the premier forum for recognising and rewarding the talented women across the United Kingdom. Candidates that are are nominated for the awards represent an outstanding line up of women from a broad range of business sectors.
The awards, which were created to celebrate trail blazing and pioneering women from enterprise and business, are hugely important because they give women a unique opportunity to acknowledge their successes and become credible and inspirational role models for others.
We feel privileged to be a part of this illustrious process and are highly proud and delighted to have been a finalist.
Third in the Beacon Bursary!
Carmarthenshire County Council, in conjunction with Coleg Sir Gâr and Trinity Saint David, launched an exciting new initiative designed to provide a unique opportunity for Carmarthenshire students to develop their business ideas, from initial concept through to running their own business.
Collaborating with both Higher Education and Further Education providers the Beacon serves the growth aspirations of the Welsh economy with ICT, Media, Construction, Advanced Manufacturing, Environmental and Knowledge Based Economy sectors being actively catered for.
The Beacon is operated by Carmarthenshire County Council on a long lease from the Welsh Government who own the building and land.
At Print Inc. we were lucky to come 3rd in the Beacon Bursary, and are extremely grateful to Carmarthenshire County Council, Coleg Sir Gâr and Trinity Said David for this exciting opportunity and their continued support.