Intellectual property law specialists lend their backing to the UK’s best business women

A prominent firm of intellectual property law specialists has lent its backing to UK’s best business women.

Cleveland Scott York, which has offices in Hertfordshire, the City of London, the Thames Valley and Brussels has sponsored the Best Business Women Awards for the third consecutive year.

The awards are an opportunity to celebrate the contribution that business women make to the UK and its economic success.

The team at Cleveland Scott York was involved in judging the Best Customer Service Awards, which was presented by Cleveland Scott York Partner, Sophie Maughan, to Carolyn Lewis of eLearning Marketplace Ltd.

eLearning Marketplace is one of the UK’s largest suppliers of immediate access online training, with more than 2,000 courses covering a wide range of topics.

Sophie Maughan said: “It was a real pleasure to be able to present the award to Carolyn. The standard of entries was, as usual, very high, so this is a great achievement.

“Here at Cleveland Scott York, we place a strong emphasis on our own client service, so it is wonderful to be able to recognise Carolyn’s achievement.”

Also shortlisted for the award were Amy Hambleton of Red Law Recruitment, Jacqui Frost of The Office Genie Ltd, Jane and Kerri Lewis of The Skin to Love Clinic, Joanne Dixon of HBP Systems Ltd, Kathy Doran of More Staff Recruitment, Louise Hampton of Attend2Health, Lucia Melilo of Lucia Hair & Beauty and Sarah Marshall of Bicester Specsavers Ltd.

The glittering award ceremony took place on Thursday 11 October 2018 at Tewin Bury Farm.

Posted on: 12th October 2018