Expert360's co-founders were nominated as finalists for Veuve Clicquot's New Generation Award on Tuesday. The award is part of a global initiative from the French Champagne brand to recognize the success and vision of up-and-coming entrepreneurial businesswomen under the age of 40.
Veuve Clicquot's emphasis on young female entrepreneurs is reflective of their brand story and reflects the important role of 27-year-old Madame Clicquot in the formative years of Veuve's Champagne House. Like Madame Clicquot, Bridget Loudon (also 27-years-old) and Emily Yue focus heavily on innovation, audacity and fearlessness in business. For this reason, they were nominated as finalists and attended the ceremony on International Women's Day. "At Expert360, innovation is really the lifeblood of everything we do," said Loudon.
"Every piece of software that we build, every connection between a company and a consultant, that's happening because we are there."
"Everything we're doing, we're doing it for the first time," said Loudon, Expert360's CEO.
Bridget Loudon & Emily Yue At The New Generation Awards, Bianca Monley, CEO of Eat Fit Food, was the finalist who eventually won the New Generation Award.
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