A SOLIHULL entrepreneur has been named in the prestigious 35 under 35 Women in Business awards, from Management Today.
Samantha Rutter-Bryant the co-founder and chief executive at Solihull based Open Study College will appear alongside other women for her ‘exceptional entrepreneurial spirit, dedication, and remarkable achievements within the industry’.
Management Today’s Women in Business Awards recognise the country’s remarkable, talented, visionary and ground-breaking businesswomen across all sectors, and those companies and colleagues that are helping them to succeed.
Samantha said: “I’m very honoured to have been recognised by Management Today in its 35 under 35 list celebrating women in business.
“To have then received a shortlisting for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards too is truly incredible.
“We’re very proud to be a family run business and to bring the best of Birmingham to a national stage.”
In addition to this, Samantha has also been shortlisted for the Great British Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Now in its 11th year, and previously described as The Grammys for Entrepreneurship, The Great British Entrepreneur Awards celebrate the outstanding individuals and businesses that drive innovation, generate employment opportunities, and contribute to the growth of the UK economy.
Kate Magee, editor at Management Today, said: “Management Today has a long history of championing women in business.
“Our 35 Women Under 35 will continue to shine a spotlight on brilliant talented women who have already achieved great things in their career and are set to be tomorrow’s leaders.”