InfoLab21 Resident Reaches Finals of National Business Awards
Entrepreneur and Director of InfoLab21 resident company Black Zest Solutions, Sarah Cooper, has earned herself a place in the final line-up for 3 awards this month.
Sarah is a finalist in the local Enterprise Vision Awards (EVAS) for two categories and has also just found out she is a finalist in the National Mumpreneur Awards 2012 for the second year running.
She has been shortlisted for the Best Supporting Business Award, sponsored by Get Mentoring. Having launched Black Zest Solutions in September 2010, Sarah has supported a number of businesses and Lancaster University students, researching and developing fresh and innovative marketing ideas and implementing the strategies she develops.
Sarah is also in with a chance of winning the title of The Inspirational Business Mum 2012, sponsored by Viking, which will be awarded to the mum who is an inspiration to all women in business, and could walk away with a fantastic prize.
Having reached the finals of The Mumpreneur Awards, Sarah said,
"I am delighted to have just been nominated but to have reached the final is such an honor and I am excited for the results!"
Judging Sarah's entry will be a panel of top entrepreneurs including Glamour Magazine's Editor-In-Chief, Jo Elvin. The winners will be announced on 30th September at The Mumpreneur Conference, being held at the Heart of England Conference Centre in Warwickshire.
Sarah is also running a number of marketing courses on the 4th and 11th October covering: Social Media, Direct Marketing - increasing confidence & learning techniques when approaching new clients by phone and marketing strategy. For more information contact Sarah on 01524 510495 or visit www.blackzestsolutions.co.uk
Black Zest Solutions is a marketing and design company aimed at providing strategic marketing consultancy, idea generation and graphic design solutions.
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