28 November, 2017

Congratulations to our very own beauty hero

Earlier this month, the annual Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) Member's Achiever Awards took place. CEW is a not-for-profit professional organisation, with more than 1,000 members across the industry. The black tie award ceremony celebrated it's 25th year anniversary, with over 300 people in attendance to celebrate CEW’s important milestone, as well as paying recognition to the incredible talent across the beauty industry.

Rebecca, our Beauty Brands and Education Manager was awarded the 2017 Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) Member's Achiever Award. This award is a very special accolade, as it awknowledges peer admiration in the beauty industry through fellow CEW members. Trinny Woodall awarded Rebecca as the chosen winner on the night.

President of CEW Caroline Neville said, “A CEW Achiever is someone who has worked hard throughout their career and been successful in their professional life, but more than this, they will have exhibited a high degree of willingness to help others and above all conducted themselves as a role model.”

Rebecca said on the win, "I just love Beauty! From a young age there was no other subject that excited me more. I'm a Beauty Therapist and make-up artist by trade, starting as Beauty Advisor over 17 years ago in a leading beauty retailer. I then carved out a career that saw roles in cruise liner spas, salons, in-store sales support and professional wholesale, leading to my role now as Beauty Brands and Education Manager. I'm so lucky to have been exposed to so many parts of the beauty industry with every position building knowledge and experience. M&S being the biggest and most rewarding so far."

Congratulations on the win, Rebecca!

 

Photograph curtesy of cosmeticsbusiness.com

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