Contributed by Red Cactus Media
28/10/2019 - Red Cactus Media
Video production company, Red Cactus Media, is celebrating the news that Founder/ Creative Director, Remi Morrison has won the Suffolk BME Business Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2019.
Remi was presented with her award at the ceremony held on Wednesday 23rd October at the University of Suffolk, which saw an evening of celebrating the diversity of businesses originating in the BME communities of Suffolk.
Remi commented: “Winning this award is so important to me as I’ve been shortlisted three years in a row, so it recognises the hard work and growth of Red Cactus Media, and myself, on a personal level. I’m always grateful for all of life’s opportunities. I really focused on keeping a positive mindset as well as, training my mind on what you need to be to run a business.
“Opportunities don’t appear, you have to help them appear and that is what I did. Through meeting mentors and surrounding myself with successful businesswomen, I unlocked something in me and I really feel we can continue to look to the future in a positive having forged some great partnerships. I’m often one of the few females in the room in regards to the video industry in Suffolk, and my next aim is to get more women in the industry through my company”
In the past year, Red Cactus Media has pitched to national and international brands and worked on a wide variety of projects supporting Suffolk businesses as well as the largest European games industry awards which they will be covering for the second year in a row in November. The judges wanted to recognise the success of her business and her inspirational community work, running film-making workshops for young people, in shortlisting her for Female Entrepreneur of the Year.
Red Cactus Media was also shortlisted for Business of the Year as it is a true local success story. Since it was launched in 2015, the company has continued to grow and take on an impressive list of clients, including national brands, local companies and work they continue to work with charities. They have moved beyond simply providing services, to becoming a true partner of the customers supporting their video and digital ambitions.
For further information visit the Red Cactus Media website.
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