SO THIS HAPPENED! We have been shortlisted to finals for Start up business for the
Rural Business AWARDS!
Ok so just little excited about this that we'd like to shout from the roof tops... read on to find out more.
Shropshire Artist is Shortlisted for Prestigious Rural Business Award
Meg Hawkins Art has been shortlisted in the Midlands Best Rural Business Start Up Category of the Rural Business Awards 2018/19!
Shropshire lass, Meg Hawkins is a licensed, published watercolour artist whose work features on greetings cards, prints, gifts and homeware. Her unique style and prolific work rate have earnt Meg loyal fans and customers throughout the UK since her brand was launched. She is thrilled to have been shortlisted by the Rural Business Awards in recognition of her brand’s intimate relationship with the countryside in which it was born.
The Rural Business Awards (RBAs) began in 2014 and are now in their 4thyear.
The aim of the awards has not changed over the years and they aim to give recognition to businesses operating right across the Rural sector, to acknowledge the breadth and depth of opportunity presented by the Great British countryside, as well as to celebrate the achievements of rural businesses, from engineering through to artisan food producers and professional services organisations.
The thirteen award categories are decided by an independent panel of judges drawn from the rural business sector, official agencies and rural charitable organisations. The aim is to grow The Rural Business Awards to become the UK’s most prestigious and respected awards for rural businesses and to develop a strong network and community of rural business owners.
Speaking of her achievements in being shortlisted, Meg says, “I am really honoured to have been shortlisted and so excited to be part of the prestigious Rural Business Awards. This means such a lot to me and the whole MHA team who all work so hard. Being a rural business in many ways defines our story and our journey to this point. It is going to be so much fun celebrating rural businesses at the awards ceremony in October.”