Man Bites Dog has continued its impressive run of awards by being voted Business of the Year in the Business Women Excellence Awards 2018 for Sussex.
Nominated by business leaders in the region, Man Bites Dog was praised for its exceptional performance, growth and contribution to the business community.
In addition, the consultancy impressed judges to take home the Judge’s Overall Winner of the Year award for Most Outstanding Business.
2018 has been a special year - a milestone celebrating the 100 year anniversary of women’s right to vote and this anniversary serves as a reminder of how far we have come whilst also underscoring how much more work still lies ahead.
Man Bites Dog launched an awareness campaign earlier this year on the Gender Say Gap, highlighting the absence of female experts in business and public life. The awards celebrate the achievements of women and help shine a light to encourage the next generation with their real-life business success stories.
Claire Mason, founder and CEO of Man Bites Dog said: “Brighton has been crowned the start-up capital of the UK and I’m determined to help make it the UK’s scale-up capital. Brighton has a thriving entrepreneurial community delivering world-class work across the globe. Just one in five entrepreneurs are women and initiatives like the Business Women Excellence Awards are so important in celebrating female entrepreneurs’ achievements and inspiring the next generation. It was an absolute honour to receive these accolades from our peers and a pleasure to celebrate the achievements of so many wonderful women!”