A big thank you to all of our sponsors for supporting the Womenspire Awards.

We couldn’t fit every Sponsor logo on this page, so we’ve created a logo gallery! Sponsors.

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We are delighted that our 2016 Awards are in association with University of South Wales.

The University of South Wales is delighted with the opportunity to be the headline sponsor of the Inaugural Womenspire Awards 2016. As a university we are committed to making education available to people of every background.

A major part of this commitment is gender equality and the objectives of achievement and prosperity for the women of Wales, and we are proud to be able to demonstrate our support to women at all levels across the community.

We look forward to developing further partnerships with Chwarae Teg and leading organisations from across Wales.


GE Aviation Wales are delighted to sponsor the ‘Outstanding Contribution’ Award at the 2016 Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards.

There are many inspiring women working in Wales and these awards celebrate their incredible achievements. Congratulations to all those nominated.

GE Aviation Wales specialises in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of a range of commercial jet engines, providing engine overhaul services for more than 90 customers worldwide.

The site specialises in four engine types including the GE90, the world’s most powerful aircraft engine, the GP7200, the engine that powers the new Airbus A380, the Rolls-Royce RB211 and the complete range of CFM56 engines, the world’s most popular aircraft engine.


PwC are really pleased to be supporting Chwarae Teg throughout the year.

The Womenspire awards are a great way to recognise the achievements of women in business in Wales – we are pleased to be nominated in the employer of the year category and even more pleased to have the opportunity to be presenting the Rising Star award on the night

In a diverse and competitive world, all businesses need to make sure that we can bring the best talent to our clients, regardless of characteristics such as race, gender or social background.

We do this by having a continued to focus on embedding diversity in our business and making sure we have measures in place to track our progress.

I look forward to working with Chwarae Teg to promote this agenda in Wales.