This year’s competition once again inspired us with 5 amazing women owned businesses as they shared their vision for growth and impact. They faced the additional challenge of presenting to a computer screen via Zoom, rather than face to face, but each of them did a fantastic job. We are so proud of everyone involved with this year’s event and grateful for the connections we made, the training presented, and the willingness of our attendees and sponsors to shift to a virtual event.
Here is a full list of all the businesses that won grant money provided from the proceeds of last year’s event. To read more, visit the Women’s Business Center of Utah’s blog post.

The first place Wendy J. English Grant For Growth of $5,000 was awarded to Kathy Anderson, owner of Little Apple’s Child Care Center in Granstville.

In addition to the Wendy J. English Grant For Growth, finalists received the following grants:

The following women business owners were each awarded a $500 WEC grant:

The following women business owners were each awarded a $250 WEC grant:

KathyAnderson-LittleApplesChildCare-pitch
Nailya-DonerKebab-Pitch
LaTonyaJackson-IridescentHair-pitch
LuisaTupou-TupouTusas-Pitch
AliciaBerardo-DaydreamsCakes-pitch