Zebra shortlisted for Best New Business in Women in Business Awards 2014

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6 June 2014


“I am delighted that Zebra continues to grow recognition within the wider business sector.” – Zoe Holland, Zebra LC

Zebra’s award shortlisting for the Women in Business Awards comes on the back of two high profile Award wins in the last 8 months (New Entrant of the year 2013: Modern Law Awards and Outstanding Innovator 2014: Claims Innovation Awards).  With a business that started in December 2012, Zebra’s recognition is growing pace. The business has already made a significant impact within the legal services sector, particularly within M&A and funding of law firms in the new era.

The Women in Business Awards, launched by Down Town in Business, recognises female entrepreneurs, business owners and decision makers from across the city region. Breaking down stereotypes and promoting role models, this awards event will recognise the achievements of women who have created successful ventures and contributed to economic growth.

The shortlist includes entrants from businesses within both the legal and accounting sector; including JMW, DWF, Shoosmiths, Addleshaw Goddard, Duff & Phelps, Deloitte and Baker Tilly.

“I am delighted that Zebra continues to grow recognition within the wider business sector. As our projects partners cross legal, accounting, finance and private equity sector it is fantastic to be recognized within this year’s awards,” Zoe Holland, Zebra Legal Consulting (Zebra LC).



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