We are delighted to announce the winner of this year’s Ayrshire Business Woman of the Year Award – Mhari-Clare Green of Flutterby Newborn Photography.
The prestigious award was presented to Mhari-Clare by Hazel Murphy, Partner at William Duncan & Co who sponsored the award.
Mhari Clare launched Flutterby Newborn Photography on her own in April 2016.
Now after almost two years of incredibly hard work and many long hours; she is now employs two members of staff and feels that achieving the award was very much “a team effort.”
Newborn photography is considered a complicated and challenging, yet rewarding genre, so for this reason Mhari-Clare chose to specialise only in newborn babies and was determined to create the best newborn photography business that she possibly could.
Mhari-Clare looked at every single aspect of her business and its processes, ensuring that the entire end to end service Flutterby NewBorn Photography offers their clients is second to none.
“The window of opportunity to create beautiful newborn images is so fleeting, and I am always conscious that I must deliver images that my clients will cherish forever.
“Clients come to me at a very demanding time in their life – they have usually given birth about a week ago and they are elated but also absolutely exhausted.
“We have worked hard to make the whole process, from initial enquiry to the delivery of the finished goods as simple (and enjoyable) for our clients as possible.”
The other award Finalists were:
- Andrea McGill of Killie Cards
- Fiona Maitland of Balance HR
- Isabel McNicoll of The Business Timesaver
- Laura Rennie of Arena HR
- Melanie Blane of White Rabbit Skincare
- Monica Coyle of Positive Pulse Scotland
- Stephanie Worsley of SW Aesthetics Ltd
“We know we’re doing well and that all the hard work is paying off, but it is incredibly gratifying to have had this acknowledged by the Ayrshire Business Woman’s community.
“We are so proud of our award and hope that this inspires other business women that they can do it too.”
Photos provided by Ann Cromack of Ikat Photography