Susan Heaton-Wright named as one of 100 inspiring female entrepreneurs in 2020

Posted on by Susan Heaton-Wright of Superstar Communicator

Susan Heaton-Wright from Welwyn, Hertfordshire and a member of The Businesses Community, was delighted to be included in the following Top 100 female entrepreneurs list.

Small business campaign f:Entrepreneur has revealed its #ialso Top 100, a collection of 100 female entrepreneurs inspiring their peers and communities through their businesses and wider activities.

Included in the list is Susan Heaton-Wright from Digswell, Hertfordshire who founded Superstar Communicator in 2016 and Viva Live Music  in 2005. Susan is also recognized for her volunteer work with refugees in Athens with Love Without Borders; fundraising for Aspire and the Cinnamon Trust and for being a former trustee at the Mid-Herts Music Centre.

Susan Heaton-Wright is a part of the first #ialso Top 100, a campaign born from International Women’s Day 2018. During the event, the phrase used most by the gathered entrepreneurs was “I also…”, with each woman describing their work as being much more than a single-job career and more of a flexible portfolio.

On being listed in the #ialso Top 100, Susan Heaton-Wright  said:

“I was overwhelmed to be included in the #ialso Top 100 list with so many extraordinary female entrepreneurs. To be recognized for my entrepreneurship as well as my contribution to the community is something I am truly grateful for. I have been an entrepreneur for 26 years: originally as a professional singer, and after I had a family, creating and running two businesses. To receive the recognition for this is a true honour. Thank you to f:Entrepreneur for providing a platform for female entrepreneurs’ achievements to be celebrated”.

The aim of f:Entrepreneur is to showcase multi-achieving women like Susan Heaton-Wright in the #ialso Top 100, to provide lessons of challenge and success for all small business founders – both men and women.

The campaign is built around a programme of content, stories and events including roundtables, Q&A sessions and panels as well as larger all-day events throughout the year. This year the campaign will be holding its biggest ever event in London in the week leading up to International Women’s Day.

To speak to Susan about her work, please contact her via her website