Jacqueline O’Donovan, Managing Director of O’Donovan Waste, has again been invited to join the prestigious line-up on the judging panel of the Growing Business Awards for the third consecutive year. Jacqueline was chosen to become part of the deciding panel following on from her win as Entrepreneur of the Year in 2019, and as a prominent businesswoman with a wealth of experience in the waste, construction and logistics sectors.
Now in its 25th year, the Growing Business Awards have been bringing together and honouring some of the UK’s most outstanding entrepreneurs and high-growth businesses. Consistent high-quality of nominees, numerous categories and a finely-honed judging process have ensured the Growing Business Awards have made a name for themselves as a leading judge of past, current and future entrepreneurial success.
The Growing Business Awards have 27 categories which celebrate UK business achievements over the last 12 months in areas including HR, diversity and customer loyalty, disruption, technology, and innovation to name a few. Successful selected finalists will be asked to attend a judging day where they will meet with the panel of judges who will then decide on a winner to be announced at the awards ceremony in November.
Jacqueline O’Donovan commented ‘I am delighted to continue my involvement on the judging panel for these prominent business awards. I thoroughly enjoy getting to meet the finalists and hearing their business journeys and experience. It is always a please to share my own industry knowledge and opinions with my colleagues on the judging committee.”
Amber Ward, Director of the Growing Business Awards said: “We would very much like to thank Jacqueline for once again being a judge for the Growing Business Awards and contributing her extensive knowledge, understanding and expertise to the judging process. The Growing Business Awards are now in their 25th year and continue to be one of the most respected achievements for businesses of all sizes because they are judged by a panel of independent industry experts.”