Erika Enyolu better known as The “PR Diva” has been nominated as one of the eligible recipients for the RBC CANADIAN WOMEN ENTREPRENEUR AWARDS 202O.
She was notified of her nomination in a congratulatory email dated 1st April 2020 from Women Of Influence Canada the organizers of the awards.
The email read “In these uncertain times, we at Women of Influence feel more strongly than ever that it’s important to recognize the hard work and achievements of dedicated Canadian women entrepreneurs like yourself. We know that you are probably working harder than ever to keep your business running and wanted to honour you with a nomination for the 28th annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards”
The RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards is an annual award program sponsored by the Royal Bank Of Canada, that celebrates and recognizes works, achievements and accomplishments of Canadian women entrepreneurs who are bringing about social change with their business and business practices in their various fields of endeavor. The program has seven awards categories which include the “Social Change & Ones To Watch” the categories she was nominated for.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s edition will be held virtually and winners will be notified and awarded their certificates/plaques of recognition at a later date which will be announced by the organizers of the program.
“This nomination has further strengthened my reputation and confirmed what I already knew that, as long as you are doing your best someone is always watching. I am even more motivated to inspire others especially the younger generation of women to follow their dreams” Erika said.
Erika ‘PR Diva’ Enyolu is a publicist, event planner/producer, investor and serial entrepreneur. She is the CEO & Founder of events and entertainment public relations agency, PR Diva Communications. She is also the Co-Founder of When Fashion Meets (WFM) an International Fashion Networking & Brand Launch platform and Managing Partner/Head of PR & Media Relations for African Fashion Week Toronto (AFWT). She is originally of Nigerian descent from Uga in Anambra State.