BBC Radio Nottinghamshire report: SJL Foundation winner Janice Holmes and SJL judge Kerry Hopkins feature on morning show.
Nottinghamshire Live: Janice Holmes, 55, underwent breast surgery when she was 19 and felt like she “lost a part of her femininity”.
A new business pitching competition shows that modern enterprise will be defined by a marriage of ethical impact and commercial viability.
Femaletradesperson.co.uk, set up by Heather Thurlby, was one of the businesses winning a £2,000 grant and a year of free business mentoring.
A 1p sanitary towel made from discarded fast fashion items won Cambridge University PhD student Jennifer Jia a £2,000 grant.
Eight start-up businesses in the UK were awarded a £2,000 business grant by SJL Foundation. Find out more about why here.
Simon Lancaster of global insurance broker SJL Insurance, has marked the launch of his SJL Foundation by rewarding start ups with a £2,000 grant.
A Worcester business which seeks to provide female workers in traditionally male-dominated industries has scooped a top award at the House Parliament.