01/05/2023: Ignition’s Top 50 Women in Accounting | WINNER
Drum roll, please! Introducing the Top 50 Women in Accounting for 2023! Here, we celebrate the success and confidence of women in accounting and bookkeeping from around the world who are making a significant impact in the accounting industry. This year, we received a whopping 1,292 nominations from 14 countries, with 939 unique nominees! From this impressive pool, our esteemed judging panel has selected 50 exceptional accounting women who are true leaders in their field.
Read more here: https://womeninaccounting.ignitionapp.com/stories/top-50-women-in-accounting-2023
02/03/2023: Ignition’s Top 50 Women in Accounting | NOMINATED
The Women in Accounting awards acknowledge women who inspire others with their resilience, leadership, and mentorship. It’s all about celebrating and supporting active participation in creating a more diverse and inclusive industry.
Read here: https://womeninaccounting.ignitionapp.com/
21/09/2022: The Great British Businesswoman Awards | SHORTLISTED
Celebrating & inspiring women in business across the United Kingdom
Encompassing an awards programme, a forum and a series of webinar sessions, the Great British Businesswoman Series’ mission is to provide a platform to recognise, celebrate and support women in business, champion their peers and advocates, and help foster the next generation of female business leaders.
Read the shortlist here: https://www.freshbusinessthinking.com/great-british-businesswoman-series/awards/shortlist
29/07/2021: Pen to Print Poetry Competition 2021 | SECOND PLACE
04/10/2020: Strands International Flash Fiction Competition (SIFFC) 9 | HONOURABLE MENTION
04/03/2015: TradeNext British Indian Awards | FINALIST
The TradeNext British Indian Awards, which recognise people of Indian heritage who have successfully established businesses, have announced their much anticipated nomination list with winners being announced on 24 April 2015, at the Chateau Impney Hotel, Worcestershire.
via British Indian Awards 2015 – Events – The Asian Today Online (March 4, 2015)
Thousands of nominations came in from across the country, and the race to be crowned at this year’s awards ceremony guarantees to be an extremely tight contest.
via Celebrating the contributions of British Indians (April 18, 2015)
The Indian community, nominations for this year’s TradeNext presents the British Indian Awards in association with BDO have now closed.
via Celebrating the contributions of British Indians – Ethnic Now (April 20, 2015)