Business Game Changer Magazine is proud to present our annual showcase of The UK’s Top Ten Women Entrepreneurs. The UK’s Top Ten Women Entrepreneurs recognises the outstanding contribution made by individual UK business women. This contribution is either to their businesses, their local communities or by inspiring and mentoring other entrepreneurs.
Nicola Foulston of Rosenblatt Group
Rosenblatt Group plc is a professional services group, which includes one of the UK’s leading dispute resolution practices. Established in 1989, Rosenblatt provides a range of services to its diversified client base. The UK legal market is worth £32bn and forecast to reach £40bn by 2021. The sector is facing disruption caused by greater competition, new technology, and changes to working practices. Read More.
Kate Bell of ZipUsIn
Kate Bell is a serial entrepreneur, wife and proud mother to two daughters. After watching her parents build a successful print business, Kate was inspired to one day run her own company. In 2004, Kate registered her first business after being made redundant. As a single parent with limited childcare options, this initial step towards Entrepreneurism was one made predominantly out of necessity rather than choice. Read More.
Kelly Allison of KVA
Kelly Allison, Founder and Managing Director of award-winning agency KVA, has over 15 years’ experience within the digital communications landscape. Setting up KVA in 2013 with zero investment, she has created an ambitious and kind team of people who truly care about the work they carry out, meaning a positive working environment for all. Read More.
Dennie Smith of Old Style Dating
Worked in the hairdressing industry for 30 years. Took the plunge 4 years ago and sold our family home to buy a hair salon. It’s now very successful and I employ 6 staff.
Then a year ago I came up with the idea to create a respectful online dating agency, I am Passionate about reviving respect, romance ,loyalty and chivalry which I hear many times is missing in today’s dating world . Read More.
Emma Sayle of Killing Kittens
Emma Sayle is the CEO of Killing Kittens. Killing Kittens is the ultimate female empowerment brand, promoting positivity for women of all ages, shapes, race and sizes. It was founded in 2005 in order to create a female-led future both online and offline. It was the first mover in the millennial females in control movement, which has since been followed by an onslaught of similar movements across social media and popular culture. Read More.
Julia Langkraehr of Bold Clarity
Julia Langkraehr founded and built three multimillion pound business in three European countries and was an early pioneer of pop-up retailing. After 14 years, she successfully exited the business, and trained to become the first EOS Implementer in the UK, to help leadership teams and entrepreneurs clarify, simplify and achieve their vision and provide tools to run their business better. Read More.
Valerie Moran of Prepaid Financial Services
Valerie Moran is the wealthiest black female in the UK – The Sunday Times Rich List 2019. Valerie, who has been described by a reader of The Financial Times as the “UK’s Oprah,” is the only black female ever to enter the list in the 31-edition history of the publication. From CNN to BBC, Sky News and OK Magazine, her Diversity and Inclusion story has captured the imagination. Read More.
Olivia Sibony of SeedTribe
Liv is an award-winning entrepreneur who left a career at Goldman Sachs to launch her food-tech startup, GrubClub, which she sold to Eatwith in 2017.
As an ex-founder, she was only too aware of the importance of embedding purpose into your mission, in order to make it truly impactful, while also driving a profit. Read More.
Theadora Alexander of Young Foodies
Theadora Alexander is co-founder of Young Foodies, the largest community of the UK’s fastest growing and most exciting FMCG brands, providing members with expert knowledge, grassroots experience and first class industry resource to help make the everyday easier for ambitious challengers. Young Foodies was launched just 2 years ago and already has over 700 brand members on board, and the business continues to expand rapidly to accommodate their needs. Read More.
Charlotte Summers of Diabetes Digital Media
Charlotte is a highly regarded expert in online digital health and behavioural change psychology. Her passion lies in creating offline accountability and behavioural change in a digital age and through her work she is redefining the role of digital healthcare. She incorporates this passion with her impressive expertise to drive the creation of evidence-based digital health interventions at Diabetes Digital Media (DDM) including Diabetes.co.uk, the world’s largest and most active diabetes community, and the Low Carb Program, placing type 2 diabetes in remission in 1 in 4 cases. Read More.
Kizzi Nkwocha is the editor of Business Game Changer Magazine and publisher of The UK Newspaper, Money and Finance Magazine, the net’s fastest growing wealth creation publication. Kizzi Nkwocha is chair of The Ethical Publishers Association and co-chair of The Logistics Association. Kizzi made his mark in the UK as a publicist, journalist and social media pioneer. As a widely respected and successful media consultant he has represented a diverse range of clients including the King of Uganda, and Amnesty International. Nkwocha has also become a well-known personality on both radio and television. He has been the focus of a Channel 4 documentary on publicity and has hosted his own talk show, London Line, on Sky TV. He has also produced and presented both radio and TV shows in Cyprus and Spain.