Larysa Chaplin wins award for Most Innovative Woman in the Recruitment Industry – UK

Jul 7, 2017 | In the press

United Kingdom, July 2017- WIB Worldwide Magazine has announced the winners of the European Business Awards 2017.

Across a diverse range of sectors, powerful businesswomen from all corners of Europe pave the way to great success daily. As such, we believe their achievements deserve to be recognised.

Which is why, the WIB European Businesswoman Awards 2017 celebrate the outstanding accomplishments made over the last 12-months by these hardworking individuals. These unstoppable, innovative businesswomen from across Europe have strived towards success within their respected industry.

Jazmin Collins, Awards Coordinator, was eager to express her pride in her deserving winners: “These unstoppable, innovative businesswomen from across Europe have strived towards success within their respected industry, and as such I am honoured to have been able to showcase their talent and hard work this prestigious awards programme. I would just like to wish every one of our deserving winners even greater success for the future.”[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]We are pleased to announce that Larysa Chaplin, the Director of Marketing and Innovation at Vacancysoft, has won the title of Most Innovative Woman in the Recruitment Industry – UK.

To learn more about her story of success click here.

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Source: The WIB European Businesswoman Awards 2017 Press Release

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