We’re delighted to announce that Bare Bones Marketing’s founder and Managing Director, Emma Dalzell, has been nominated for a prestigious National Women In Business Award for the second year running. In 2015, Emma was shortlisted in the North West regional category, and is thrilled to be considered for an accolade once again – as are the entire team.
The annual Women In Business Awards (WIBA) is run by Forward Ladies, an organisation dedicated to the training and development of women in business. The awards comprise four regional heats, with Emma’s nomination being made in the North West, Isle of Man, Wales and Ireland category. This year, North West regional winners will be crowned at a WIBA ceremony held on the 21st October in Manchester, which Emma hopes to be shortlisted to attend.
The awards aim to highlight and celebrate the vital part that talented women play in business, and recognise and reward their exceptional success. Over the past seven years, the calibre of nominations has been outstanding, and 2016 is expected to prove just as impressive. Emma’s nomination means that she will now potentially be shortlisted for the highly sought-after “SME Emerging” and “Inspiring Leader” awards.
Emma is recognised as a successful local businesswoman, and since she set up Bare Bones Marketing in 2011, the agency has has been winner of Best Start Up Business of the Year, South Cheshire, 2012, Small Business of the Year Finalist South Cheshire, 2014 and Excellence In Customer Service Awards Finalist, South Cheshire, 2015. Emma is also active in our local community, and is Vice-Chair of Middlewich Community Trust, presents on local radio station RedShift Radio and sits on Charted Manager Degree Apprenticeship Advisory Board at Manchester Metropolitan University Cheshire Campus.
Emma comments, “I am thrilled to have been nominated for a National Women In Business Award for the second year running, and I’m delighted at the prospect of a Middlewich business being represented at such a prestigious, and nationally-recognised, awards ceremony”. Emma adds, “Bare Bones Marketing continues to go from strength to strength, and since my 2015 WIBA shortlisting, we have achieved so much for our clients, and as a small business. I’m extremely proud to be recognised for our work with business, education, charities and the community”.