The Permanent Makeup Training Academy shortlisted in four categories for Sussex Women of the Year Awards
Katy Jobbins, founder and head trainer of The Permanent Makeup Training Academy, has been shortlisted by judges in four categories for the Sussex Women of the Year Awards.
The Wivelsfield entrepreneur has joined the shortlist of nominees for her work founding one of the UK’s most successful academies for training permanent makeup technicians.
Jobbins, who last year took home the title of Woman of the Year, has been nominated for 2014 in the categories of Success Story, Business Woman, Woman in Education and for the Hair & Beauty Award.
Dedicated to helping people from all walks of life set up their own successful permanent makeup business, Jobbins offers professional, one-on-one training to give students the confidence as well as technical and business skills to succeed.
She commented: “This year has been busier than ever and I feel my personal business success has risen to a whole new level. As well as winning a number of top industry awards recently, I have also spent more than six months and 1,000 hours developing and creating an informative and interactive permanent makeup training website, which includes more than 250 demonstrations along with help and advice for people thinking about starting a career in the industry.”
The Women of the Year Awards will take place on Friday 18th July at Fontwell Racecourse.