Two businesswomen from Cornwall have been named to a list of the 100 fastest-growing female-led or founded businesses in the UK.
The E2E Female 100, in association with The Independent, identifies the businesses through their growth rate of employees over the past three years from data gathered by Experian and Go Live Data.
Included in the list is Hannah Smaldon, director of Newquay-based TLS Solicitors; and Sue Amit, founder of Truro-based disability services and support organisation, Heart of the South Care, which has seen an 88% increase in employees.
Speaking about the list, Shalini Khemka CBE, founder of E2E, said: “To see so many extraordinary multigenerational women in the top 100 from a host of innovative sectors is a testament to the amazing work so many women are achieving, daily.
“From vegan kitchens to finance and leadership, the diverse range of businesses which have not only been founded survived or thrived during the pandemic is incredible. Each and every person on this list should be extremely proud of what they have achieved and will continue to achieve in the years to come.”
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