If you’ve ever met Sarah before you’ll be aware of her entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm, this has been the driving force that Sarah has put in to grow M-Viron and also to help dozens of other local people on the road to business success.
In recognition of Sarah’s successes she has been short-listed in the Young Business Person category in the Sentinel newspapers annual Business Awards.
Sarah’s story should serve as an inspiration to others. At 21 Sarah was facing redundancy and had a baby on the way, something that Sarah feared would make her unemployable.
However, Sarah didn’t stop there, she took on a franchise to run the BforB referral marketing franchise for Staffordshire and working tirelessly to build an organisation with more than 150 members.
As a result, many local entrepreneurs have launched businesses with the help of Sarah.
“I’m thrilled to have been shortlisted for a Sentinel Business Award,” said Sarah. “Anyone who knows me will know that I am passionate about helping people build businesses and create wealth in Staffordshire and I believe that is what has led to my success.”
“As soon as I took on M-viron, I got the business bug and I have never looked back.”
Based in Stone’s High Street Arcade, M-viron employs 13 people and has built a turnover of more than £1 millon.
Through BforB Staffordshire, Sarah has established thriving business marketing groups from Stoke-on-Trent to Lichfield.
The annual Sentinel Awards are regarded as among the leading regional business competitions. The Young Business Person of the Year Award is open to entrepreneurs aged under 40-years-old and is sponsored by KMF Precision Engineering.