Director of The Strings Club, Amy Cunningham Adds Another String to Her Bow with The Great British Entrepreneur Awards
Business leaders, mentors and entrepreneurs gathered at the Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham last night (November 16th), where The Strings Club director, Amy Cunningham, won the coveted NatWest Great British Small Business Entrepreneur Award.
Now in its fifth year, the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards recognise the hard work and inspiring stories of British entrepreneurs. Judges include Peter Roberts, founder of PureGym, and Toni Mascolo OBE, co-founder of Toni & Guy.
Having worked as a violinist and teacher for over 10 years, Amy Cunningham set up The Strings Club in 2012 to offer a range of high-quality musical experiences for children aged four to 11. The music education company has grown from strength to strength and now operates within seven locations offering thousands of opportunities for children to enjoy high quality musical experiences every year.
To find out more about Amy’s award win click here.
Amy has also received a nomination at the Every Woman Awards, where she is a finalist in the Demeter award category. This award recognises the most inspirational woman who has been running a business trading from 3-5 year. The Every Woman Awards ceremony is to be held on Wednesday 6th December in London, and from everyone at EWIF we would like to wish Amy the best of luck!