We’re very proud of our co-founder Jo who was shortlisted for the Women of the Future: Technology & Digital Award this year. WoF recognises and supports Britain’s exceptionally talented young women and the winners were announced at a gala dinner at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square on 28th November.
The awards were hosted by CNBC presenter Tania Bryer and attracted star guests including
Her Royal Highness Princess Badiya bint El-Hassan
Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities: The Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP
The Rt Hon Diane Abbott MP
Interior designer and star of TV’s Dragon’s Den Kelly Hoppen MBE
Xavier Rolet, the CEO of the London Stock Exchange Group
Jo said: “I was amazed and deeply honoured to have been shortlisted next to all the amazing women, throughout all the categories.”
The winner of the Technology & Digital category was deservedly won by Brie Rogers Lowery, UK director, Change.org – an awesome organisation.
Jo continued: “As a shortlisted finalist I’ve also been invited to join the Women of the Future Network, an exclusive network of remarkable, high potential and high achieving UK women, which I’m very excited about.”