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WinTrade Awards 2019

Market Accents is delighted to announce that Principal and Founder Noreen Burroughes Cesareo is a finalist in the WinTrade Awards 2019.

Noreen was nominated in the Independent Women In Business Network. This category awards an independent female business network which has demonstrated consistent integrity and progressive thinking in support of entrepreneurial women in business. The nominees included entrepreneurs and networks which have promoted, profiled, supported, and networked women business owners with world-class intervention in producing positive outcomes for everyday business problems experienced by their audience and whose ability has made the businesses lives of their intended audience better because of its engagement. There will be three finalists and one winner sifted from nominations received with two highly commended recipients.

As a finalist, Noreen sees this as a platform to bring more visability to the networks she is involved in. Her nomination highlighted her work in women’s economic empowerment and girls’ education. She has volunteered her time freely over many years to push these causes forward, in the UK, around the Commonwealth and internationally. She is a trustee of the Commonwealth Girls Education Fund; sits on the UK APPG For Women in Enterprise Board as a Co-Chair for International Trade and Connections; A Pink Shoe Ambassador, Lead for Exports, Markets and Marketing within the first ever UK Economic Blueprint for women-owned businesses; and an associate specialist (Enterpreneurship and Education) within Women’s Economic Imperative (WEI) – a global, collaborative initiative to promote women’s economic empowerment.

Within these roles, Noreen is an active participant, seeking solutions, fund raising, carrying out research, developing thought leadership and working on advocacy projects that influence or change policy. She has actively participated in local and international events, driving forward agendas, and has spoken on radio and other media about the impact of women-owned businesses and gender equality. She is a very positive role model and has touched many people through her zest for life, her work on promoting gender equality and education.

Commenting on her shortlist as a finalist, Noreen said, “I am truly humbled to have come this far among so many worthy and amazing women nominees. In truth, we are all winners as the work we are doing is touching women entrepreneurs in a some way or another. What we are doing is leveling the playing field and bringing gender equity to play within global trade. I also would like to thank all the individuals who took the time to add their public vote.”

The Wintrade Awards are held annually in London, UK. They are unique in that they seek to elevate the value and profile of women Entrepreneurs  in the workplace. The awards have been held regularly since their inception in 1996 and the organisers describe them as a platform celebrating the success of women’s contributions , highlighting those who make a valuable contribution to the success of their country’s GDP and support the ethos of Womenomics – the success of women’s financial contribution to the global economy.

Judges for this year’s awards include Baroness Howells Of St Davids; Baroness Verma of Leicester; Carole Stone CBE; Carmen Breeveld; Vanessa Vallely; Elham Fardad; Donna Herdsman and Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE

This year’s awards will take place on June 28 2019 during the Gala evening at the prestigious Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster in London.

 

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#Newsroom: Noreen Cesareo has been nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards

London February 19th, 2-019. Noreen Cesareo, Founder and Principal, Market Accents, has been nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards.

Noreen Burroughes Cesareo nominated for Positive Role Model Award for Gender

Noreen Burroughes Cesareo nominated for Positive Role Model Award for Gender

Noreen, an entrepreneur and active supporter of female economic empowerment and girls’ education, has been nominated from the London area for the Positive Role Model Award, Gender at The National Diversity Awards 2019.

The Awards, which will be held at the Breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 20th September 2019 bring together Britain’s most inspirational and selfless people, to honour the rich tapestry of our nation, recognising individuals and groups from across the UK.  The prestigious black tie event recognises nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation.

Noreen’s nomination comes on the back of her work in women’s economic empowerment and girls’ education. She has volunteered her time freely over many years to push these causes forward, in the UK, around the Commonwealth and internationally. She is a trustee of the Commonwealth Girls Education Fund; sits on the UK APPG For Women in Enterprise board as a lead for International Trade; A Pink Shoe Ambassador, Lead for Exports, Markets and Marketing within the first ever UK Economic Blueprint for women-owned businesses; and core member of Woman Economic Initiative (WEI) – a global, collaborative initiative to promote women’s economic empowerment. Within these roles, she is an active participant, seeking solutions, fund raising, carrying out research, developing thought leadership and working on advocacy projects that influence or change policy. She has actively participated in local and international events, driving forward agendas, and has spoken on radio and other media about the impact of women-owned businesses and gender equality. She is a very positive role model and has touched many people through her zest for life, her work on promoting gender equality and education.

Leading global brand Johnson & Johnson were 2018 Headline sponsors of the UK’s largest diversity awards, attracting a growing list of supporters including Adam Hills, Graham Norton and Katie Piper.

Sir Lenny Henry CBE, previous shortlisted nominee for the Celebrity of the Year gong said; “Diversity to me means involving everybody without any discrimination; its means having integrated groups in society, it means fairness and total inclusion and that’s what the National Diversity Awards are about. Congratulations to everyone who has been nominated, you’re all doing a fantastic job, rock on!”

The National Diversity Awards receives over 25,000 nominations and votes annually. Founder & CEO Paul Sesay said, “As we enter our 8th awards season, The National Diversity Awards prepare to welcome a host of outstanding role models and charities to our family. We look to those who represent progress, spirit and resilience, and I cannot wait to learn about the wonderful work being carried out this year”.

Nominations close on May 31, 2019 and shortlisted nominees will be announced shortly after this date. To vote for Noreen, please click here: https://nationaldiversityawards.co.uk/nominee/noreen-burroughes-cesareo-london-uk/

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