Deborah Rees-Frost featured in Evening Standard
Posted on 08 March 2019
On this International Women's Day Innecto is delighted to see our founder Deborah Rees-Frost quoted in the Evening Standard discussing women in business.
A review published today by RBS banking guru Alison Rose said Britain would benefit “if women started and scaled new businesses at the same rate as UK men”. The landmark report showed the UK could get a £250 billion boost from funding female founders.
Deborah Frost, chief executive of Personal Group Holdings, a provider of employee services in the UK, said: “I'm one of only sixteen female CEOs at AIM-listed companies. It's obvious that we still have a long way to go to level the playing field for women in business and I think the report does a good job of highlighting our most pressing challenges - whether that's access to capital, investor confidence, or female role models to emulate.”