Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools Company Director, Nicola Lander, is shortlisted for the 2017 Forward Ladies National Awards.
2016 was an unforgettable year for Jigsaw, capped off with a night to remember at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards. After being shortlisted for several awards last year, Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools are in the spotlight again after it was announced that Nicola Lander has been shortlisted in the Forward Ladies National Awards 2017 in the SME Growth category.
"I am delighted to be shortlisted for the Forward Ladies SME Growth Award this year. I really enjoyed being a part of the awards ceremony last year; it was a really inspiring day with some great speakers and I can’t wait to go to this year’s event."
With over 1,000 nominations this year, to be shortlisted for an award is an enormous achievement. Nicola and the team now look ahead to the regional final this month where the winner of the London & the South will be announced.
Jennifer Crawley, UK Head of Performance for Business Banking, HSBC and judge said:
"There was an impressive number of high-calibre entries this year, highlighting the quality of talented businesswomen we have in the UK. These entrants are the future entrepreneurs of our country, with the Forward Ladies event to showcase the best Britain has to offer. HSBC will be supporting them every step of the way to ensure their businesses prosper and thrive in the long term.”
New Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools in Bushey, Surbiton and Potters Bar
24th May 2017
Jigsaw Bushey has opened its doors for the very first time providing drama, singing and dance classes for children.
The opportunity to run my own business was too good to pass up. I have all the positives of running my own business but with the support network and existing good name of Jigsaw.Michael Twaits – Jigsaw Wimbledon
11th February 2016
Katie runs her Jigsaw Performing Arts franchise in Watford