Nursery Today magazine

No Time for Snoozing with Wembley Award Win in Sight

There is great excitement at SnoozeShade HQ as Founder and Chief Sleep Officer, Cara Sayer has been shortlisted at the 2018 National Business Women’s Awards.

Cara, who is the brains behind the global success story, SnoozeShade, has reached the final thirteen in the Business Woman of the Year (Micro) category. The established and respected awards aim to raise the profile of industrious, hardworking and enterprising business women across the country, making this an achievement to be proud of.

Having received hundreds of entries, the 2018 awards were especially competitive. At this final stage each entry will be scrutinised by the judging panel, who are looking for excellence across the board.

Leading the judging panel of 20 UK business figures is head judge, Gina London. The internationally recognised communications expert, author and keynote speaker is a former CNN correspondent, she has a proven track-record of teaching the skills and strategies you need to become a powerful and engaging communicator.

Having experienced phenomenal success with her original pushchair accessory, it is no surprise Cara is in the running. With the SnoozeShade, Cara created a solution to a truly universal problem that parents face, every single day, around the world. The breathable blackout blind and sun shade for pushchairs, has become a must-have for families, and has been used by a number of high-profile parents.

Cara, who is undoubtedly being recognised for her innovative mind and entrepreneurial drive, will find out the results at the awards celebration, taking place in just a few weeks. With more than 300 people in attendance, the final on 7th December at Wembley, is set to be a show stopping evening.

Commenting on making the final, Cara said: “What an honour to be recognised in such a strong category at a national award that is dedicated to women. It’s a thrill to see just one parent using my products, but now thousands across the globe choose SnoozeShade, which is just fantastic. To be a winner will be just brilliant, what an end to the year!”

Head judge, Gina London, added: “The applications were all so heartfelt and deserving. Needless to say, it's wasn’t an easy task. I am delighted to have taken on the role of Head Judge, especially as the standard of entries has been so high.”


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