Groop wins Best Business Women Awards 2019

16th October 2019

catherine.capsey

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The Best Business Women Awards have announced their winners for 2019 at a gala final held at The Tower Hotel in London.

Businesswoman Sally Higham from Groop won Best Business Women in STEM in this prestigious competition which seeks to find the very best female business talent from across the UK.

Groop is a unique full-circle solution enabling millions of people to be connected, informed, safe and inspired in their recreation, learning and development. An eco-system driving out powerful, ethical data to strengthen, secure and connect groups for a greater society.

The business world is full of talented and dedicated female entrepreneurs who not only run successful businesses but in many cases also juggle the needs of their families. The Best Business Women Awards are designed to recognise the achievement of those women across a wide range of business categories and is open to any female business owner UK wide.

Debbie Gilbert, organiser of The Best Business Women Awards said “We were delighted with the number of entries this year, which came in from all over the UK. This is a tough competition judged by business experts. To win is a major achievement. Winners were selected for their business acumen, determination, creativity and tenacity. Our winners are shining examples of being amazing entrepreneurs who have proved their success to our judges and have showed they have the ingredients worthy of being recognised and rewarded.”

The judges commented “The world needs more women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The finalists are all businesswoman who are all leaders in their fields. The winner, Sally Higham from Groop was chosen because she is an impressive entrepreneur, who has built a company creating positive social impact through technology, while also offering her time as a volunteer for various causes. Sally regularly delivers keynote speeches on using technology to create social change or social entrepreneurship and was invited to attend 10 Downing Street  in recognition of her success as a leader in social technology.”

“This is absolutely brilliant. This is what our team lives, dreams and breathes. Changing how communities think and operate. We set out to change the world and we are doing it one group at a time.” Sally Higham, Groop CEO. 

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