Frankie Gray has been crowned one of the UK’s most impressive female entrepreneurs by Small Business Britain’s ‘f:Entrepreneur #IAlso100’ campaign.

Frankie, who founded Harmony at Home Nanny and Household Staff Agency in 2004, is being profiled among 100 inspirational female entrepreneurs from across the country, as part of the campaign to celebrate the multi-achievements of women running businesses in the UK today.

From AI companies to female-run tradeswoman platforms and sustainable fashion designers, the f:Entrepreneur ‘#IAlso100’ line-up particularly showcases trailblazing female founders who lead purpose-driven businesses alongside a roster of other responsibilities, such as volunteering, mentoring and community support.

Indeed, Frankie has also been called out for a Silver Award in the best Business Woman Awards 2023, and Harmony at Home has been listed in the Elite Franchise Top 100 in 2023 and 2024, as well as being shortlisted for Best Company to Work for in the REC Awards 2022 and 2023 and Lifestyle Franchisor Finalist in the BFA HSBC British Franchise Awards 2023.

On being featured in the #ialso100 lineup, Frankie said: “I take immense pride in reflecting on the accomplishments we’ve achieved here at Harmony at Home over the past 20 years and being profiled among 100 inspirational female entrepreneurs is a huge achievement and an incredibly proud moment for me. The mission for Harmony at Home has been clear from the outset: to provide parents and child carers with exceptional levels of service and care, and to carve out employment and business opportunities within our business which promote flexible work and benefits which support inclusion. I am honored to have been included in this years f:Entrepeneur and #IAlso100 Campaign and it is a privilege to be joining so many other fantastic female business owners from across the country.”

Launched in 2017 by Small Business Britain – the leading champion of small businesses in the UK – the f:Entrepreneur campaign aims to raise greater awareness of the impact of incredible female business owners across the country, and help provide inspiration and role models to the wider small business community. The campaign offers a host of events, training, and networking opportunities to boost skills, capability, and confidence.

“Congratulations to Frankie Gray and each of the phenomenal women featured in this year’s #IAlso100,” said Michelle Ovens CBE, founder of Small Business Britain.“It is so important that we call out the incredible contribution of women running businesses across the UK. As well as growing economic prosperity across the UK, they are also having a tremendous, wider positive impact on local communities too. Despite all of the challenges of recent times, it is fantastic to see female entrepreneurship continuing to grow and flourish in the UK, and we must do all we can to encourage and build this further.”

To see the full line-up of the 100 women featured in this year’s f:Entrepreneur #IAlso100 campaign visit –