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Business Enterprise Award 2022

Winners 2022

From early-stage start-ups to established small businesses, FHS Alumni Association award up to £10,000 to support fellow Old Girls in business with the Business Enterprise Award

In 2022, Francis Holland Sloane Square Alumni Association was delighted to announce the first ever winners of our Business Enterprise Award for FHS Alumnae. Launched by our Alumni Association in autumn 2021, this award offers up to £10,000 to support fellow Old Girls in business and entrepreneurial initiatives.

2022 Business Enterprise Award winners

Congratulations to our first ever winners: Alice de Muller, Natalija Jovasevic and Nour Yakoob. Alice founded LOVE ALICE, a fashion retail brand championing pre-owned designer and vintage clothing, aiming to disrupt the landfill cycle. Natalija is the founder of Ayllu Box which produces and sells sustainably packaged, locally sourced and plastic-free beauty and wellness goods. Our third winner, Nour, founded her company Nuun to bring together her love of design, fine patisserie and social justice. Each of our winners have been awarded cash grants to help develop their businesses and we are very much looking forward to following their progress.

Alice de Muller, Class of 2000

Fashion retail brand, LOVE ALICE was established in September 2020 and comprises a team of two full-time employees. LOVEALICE were allocated £3,500 from the Business Enterprise Award.

Natalija Jovasevic, Class of 2015

Natalija's business, Ayllu Box, offers sustainably packaged beauty and wellness goods from the UK - all plastic free. Ayllu Box were awarded £3,500.

Nour Yakoob, née Kalla Sacranie, Class of 2003

Nuun produce bespoke and creative celebration cakes for events, weddings and gifting, inspired by art, architecture and nature. Nuun received a £3,000 award.

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