SHORTLISTED ‘Women in Business Awards 2018’ – Rising Star Category.
Women in Business celebrates successful women who have excelled in their specific business or line of work.
FINALIST ‘Young Achiever of the Year 2017’ – First Women Awards
Since its launch in 2005 the First Women Awards have grown in influence and impact, leading the way in recognising and celebrating the many achievements of exceptional women.
Recipients of these awards are women from various sectors, from public service to business owners, who have achieved their success against all odds. These female trailblazers have broken glass ceilings, they work hard to remove barriers for other women and they are disrupting established industry norms through innovation.
NOMINATED ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2017’ – Venus Awards
Referred to as the Working Women’s Oscars, the Venus Awards were formed in 2009 to recognise, reward and celebrate local working women in business. The Venus Awards began in Dorset and has since exploded into other regions across the country. Culminating with an annual National Final that truly represents the inspirational women who balance and juggle their lives relentlessly and unconditionally, who inject their communities with a sense of feminine robustness and solidity only a woman can provide.
SHORTLISTED ‘Women of the Future Award 2016’ – Art & Culture
The Women of the Future Awards, founded by Pinky Lilani CBE DL in 2006, were conceived to provide a platform for the pipeline of female talent in the UK. The WOF Awards are a platform for successful young women in Britain, open to all women aged 35 and under. The awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of the UK’s pipeline of female talent. Now in their eleventh year, the awards continue to unearth the inspirational stars of tomorrow across diverse sectors. “We created the Women of the Future Awards in 2006 and it has become an incredibly powerful and exciting venture. Young women are shaping the future of Britain with immense energy dedication and flair. These awards recognise the sparkling younger generation of talent in Britain today.” – Pinky Lilani CBE DL
FINALIST ‘Entrepreneur of the Year 2016’ – Investor Allstars Awards.
Now in its 14th year, Investor Allstars has been crowned the ‘Oscars’ and “Must Attend” event for the European Entrepreneurial and Investor Community. Over the last years 600+ entrepreneurs and investment professionals from Europe and the US have attended the awards ceremony. This award is to acknowledge European entrepreneurs and their contribution to the European economy. Looking for the stand out Entrepreneur of the year who has made a significant impact in the past 12 months through; Their contribution to the Entrepreneurial eco-system, successes in the past year such as business growth, leadership excellence and delivering value to shareholders, The viability and future growth potential of their business
WINNER ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 – Business Services” Stevie Awards, New York. Silver Award.
The Stevie® Awards are the world’s premier business awards. They were created in 2002 to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide. In short order the Stevie has become one of the world’s most coveted prizes. The Stevie Awards for Women in Business recognize the achievements of women executives, entrepreneurs, and the organizations they run.
The Global Art Agency has been shortlisted in the top 30 for the Virgin Media Business #VOOM Awards 2015 in the ‘Grow’ category for one of the fastest growing international art platforms. Being shortlisted have helped them to grow even further and enabled further reaching out to all of those that have a love for art.
NOMINATED for the Oxfordshire Business Awards – Young Business Person of the Year Award 2015. Anticipated business owners and/or directors who have brought financial benefits to their organisation through their efforts.
SHORTLISTED for the Oxfordshire Business Awards – Culture & Tourism of the Year Award 2015.
The Oxfordshire Business Awards has been recognising, rewarding and promoting the excellence of Oxfordshire-based companies. The Awards are firmly established as a benchmark for excellence in today’s competitive business environment.
Women in Business celebrates successful women who have excelled in their specific business, profession, organisation or line of work. The “Rising Star”award is open to Women aged 30 and under who have made their mark as Women in Business. The Winner is a “Woman to Watch”.
NOMINATED ‘Sferiq Award for Digital Innovation in Art’ by Investor Allstars.
This award recognises a company or individual in the art industry who has used digital technology or the internet to disrupt and innovate within their field. Judging on originality of the ideas, products or services; revenue growth achieved or potential; and the candidate’s success in popularising the innovation, measured for example by growth in web traffic or visitor numbers.
WINNER of the ‘Inspirational Business Woman 2013 Award’ by Woman in Trade UK.
The first tradeswomen-focused magazine in the UK, announced and awarded Joelle as the ‘Inspirational Business Woman 2013’. Apart from the business achievements, Joelle stood out because of her passion for art, for the people, and her charity activities said the magazine founder.
“Celebrating the real heroes making British small business great.” The top 15 female entrepreneurs winners were chosen on innovating and succeeding every day. Amongst the other winners are Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon, Elizabeth Jane Associates, and Clare Flynn, CEO of tech startup Essentia Analytics.
WINNER “Entrepreneur Award” by MINI Business Entrepreneurship, Netherlands.
The achievement was based on starting a new business venture with 7 other selected candidates from the St Lucas Art Academy. Shareholders tripled their investment with the product that they designed and created. Also winning runner-up in a national election broadcasted on TV.
Joelle said: “As a businesswoman you have to be mentally strong and thick-skinned. I am a positive person and I don’t believe in ‘problems’ but in solutions only. Any negatives that might occur I swiftly try to turn into positives. To embrace competitiveness, I stick to success. You also have to keep believing in yourself and never give up. Charity wise I care for helping and supporting orphanages around the world, it is life changing.”