Derek Jenkins Chief Executive of St. John’s Chambers says: “Chambers sponsored this award in recognition of the valuable entrepreneurial achievements of women. Hemali demonstrated a passion for fashion coupled with sound business sense. She stood out from the many entries we judged. The other two finalists, Jane Duffus of ‘What the Frock!’, and Sam Hawkins of Hawkins and Company were also great contenders and came joint runners up.”
Hemali, owner of Amulet Boutique in Cotham was crowned the winner for her ability to identify great business opportunities and her innovative ideas making her a budding business entrepreneur.
Hemali Modha owner of Amulet Boutique says: "Juggling a business and motherhood is immensely challenging so to have ones hard work and achievements recognised is wonderful. Winning this award is a huge accolade. I'm very grateful to St John's Chambers for sponsoring this category and for celebrating women in business."
Venus Awards was set up to recognise women around the country for all of their achievements whether a small business or a larger company.
Tara Howard founder of Venus Awards says: “We all at Venus Awards are very excited to be able to reach and spread our awareness of hardworking women in business in Bristol. Venus Awards typically draw thousands of nominations, dozens of sponsors and supporters and in so doing recognise and reward some very special women. The inaugural Bristol & Somerset Venus Awards was very successful and we had inspirational winners.”
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