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Suffolk Managing Director Is National Finalist

4th October 2019 Paul Andrews

A leading hotel in Woodbridge is celebrating the news that its managing director has made it to the finals of the National Business Women’s Awards 2019. 

Tarnia Robertson, managing director of Ufford Park Woodbridge hotel, golf and spa has been named as a finalist in two categories of the awards that recognise exceptional women in industry.

Tarnia is a finalist in the Business Woman of the Year (small business) and the Service Excellence categories of the awards which support the hard work of enterprising women in all industry sectors.

Commenting on the news, Tarnia says, “I am thrilled to be a finalist! The last four years have been transformational for the business.  We’ve made some significant changes and improvements throughout Ufford Park, with more to come." 

“Being a finalist in both the small business and service excellence categories means so much because they recognise the personal and financial investment I’ve made in the business, as well as the efforts of my fantastic team."

“I’m very excited about the future of the business and everyone involved and extremely proud too.”

The winners will be announced at a ceremony on the 12 December 2019 at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London.

The National Women’s Business Awards celebrate the achievements of industrious businesswomen across the country.  

 

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