Women mean business

A Shropshire woman has been shortlisted for a prestigious
national award. Niamh Kelly from Shrewsbury is one of 11
finalists named in the Best New Business category in the
National Business Women’s Awards.

Niamh’s company, the HR Dept Shropshire, was launched
just 18 months ago and provides employment law and
human resources support to businesses. The shortlisting
follows an earlier success in the Midlands Business
Networking Awards, where she picked up the Start-Up
Business of the Year Award.

Niamh said, “It’s been a truly wonderful year or so since
I launched my business. I was thrilled to win a regional
award and to be shortlisted for a national honour is
amazing – I still can’t believe it.”


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