Socially Minded Business Award

Humphries Kirk sponsors Socially Minded Business Award

| Published on March 11, 2019

Leading law firm Humphries Kirk is sponsoring the ‘Socially Minded Business Award’ at this year’s Successful Women in Business (SWIB) Awards.

This award seeks to recognise individuals and businesses who are an integral part of their local community. Whether you have instigated a sustainably-minded change for the better in your department, or run your business by making your community a priority, businesses of all sizes are encouraged to enter the awards.

Katharine Jones, senior partner at Humphries Kirk, commented: “My colleagues and I have found the SWIB networking events to be hugely interesting and enjoyable so we are pleased to support these awards.”

At Humphries Kirk we find that being an integral part of our local community not only helps those communities, but is also central to the success of our business.

Katharine continues: “We have worked will Gill to create an award that aligns with our values, thus creating the Socially Minded Business Award, if you fit the bill then we want to hear from you and wish all applicants the best of luck in their endeavours.”

These awards are run by Gill Donnell, chair of the Successful Women in Business organisation and an experienced leader, motivational speaker and personal development coach, who has spent most of her working life promoting the role of women in the workplace and supporting individuals to achieve their full potential.

The SWIB Awards are open for nominations and applications from Friday, March 8, with nominations closing on Friday, April 12 and applications closing on Friday, April 19. The finalists will be announced on Friday May 17, with the awards ceremony taking place on Friday, June 7.

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