Event agency wins Best Business award

Sleek Events hailed as 'outstanding with year-on-year growth' by Best Business Women Awards.

(L-R) Award sponsor Mindy Gibbins-Klein and Sleek's Jennifer Davidson
(L-R) Award sponsor Mindy Gibbins-Klein and Sleek's Jennifer Davidson

Sleek Events has been named the Best Business at the Best Business Women Awards during a ceremony at The Tower Hotel, London.

The awards, founded in 2015, are designed to recognise outstanding achievements by UK businesswomen.

The judges said: "Sleek Events is a truly outstanding business with year-on-year growth and unbeatable customer service. With a clear marketing and business strategy, founder Jennifer Davidson is a leader in her industry."

Debbie Gilbert, founder of The Best Business Women Awards said: "This is a tough competition judged by business experts. Winners were selected for their business acumen, determination, creativity and tenacity. 

"Our winners are shining examples of entrepreneurs who have proved their success and have shown they have the ingredients worthy of being recognised and rewarded.

Sleek’s Davidson, who was C&IT's A-Lister of the year in 2018, added: "It’s great to accept this accolade with so many other fantastic businesswomen in the running. I’m also thrilled that it’s a business from the events industry winning the Best Business category."

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