Kevin Urquhart is Managing Director and Founder of Fraser Urquhart Media – a unique hybrid of Publicity and Publishing Consultancy.
Since 1999, they are proud publishers of the iconic SIXTY9 DEGREES, dluxe LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND and dluxe BIRMINGHAM & SOLIHULL magazines.
Kevin is one of the most experienced and respected Publishers in the Midlands with an 18-year track record and the hottest Black Book of Contacts in the industry. He is particularly proud to work with brands such as Bentley, Rolls Royce, Malmaison, Rolex, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Tommy Hilfiger, Hyatt Regency and Paul Smith, as well as many of the region’s most interesting independents across the food, drink and hospitality sectors.
Commenting; “The East Midlands Women’s Awards is, quite unbelievably, the first awards of its kind to celebrate, support and acknowledge the Women of the East Midlands. What we love about this event is that it celebrates all Women across all sectors – professional, charity and those simply making a real difference. We couldn’t be prouder to support Sandra Pollock and The East Midlands Women’s Awards”.
Entrepreneur /Lifestyle Mentor specialising in Health and Wellness Industry with Pure Safe and Beneficial products for ordinary people at affordable cost. Teaching people how to redirect their existing spend on everyday consumable personal care products and nutritional supplements and by doing so create a residual income.
21st business model a simple and uncapped secure method of building and growing an unlimited pot for retirement.
Sonia Thompson is an international Organisational Development Consultant. She began her company after a successful career in higher education. Sonia sits on the Board of several organisations and has been active in the community helping to establish a number of charities, social enterprises, and two women’s refuges. She is the current Chair of WIMUK the organisers of this year’s East Midlands Women’s Awards.
Sonia is passionate about women and their personal and professional development. She believes woman power if only allowed to reach its potential could change the world.