CEO Rosie Ginday MBE won ‘Most Influential Business Person of the Year’ at the star-studded event.
The Multicultural Business & Community Champion (MBCC) Awards have been held annually since 2016, celebrating those that make a difference across the nation.
Twelve awards were presented throughout the evening, with Miss Macaroon’s CEO and Founder, Rosie Ginday MBE, recognised as the ‘Most Influential Business Person of the Year’ for her work helping young people across the West Midlands.
In 2011, Ginday set up social enterprise Miss Macaroon with £500 of personal funds and a small kitchen space. Her work has allowed young people, aged 18-35 years old and with barriers to the workplace, access to Miss Macaroon’s MacsMAD (Macaroons that Make A Difference) training programme. The scheme includes mentor support, access to a psychotherapist, regular trainee sessions, and work experience in a professional kitchen.
Over the past decade her efforts have grown Miss Macaroon into one of the UK’s leading social enterprises – with a mission to bake a brighter future.