St Albans business owner co-hosts The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For Awards with Ben Shephard
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A St Albans dance studios owner found herself treading the boards of a different stage - as co-host of a national newspaper’s business awards.
Liana Wall, 30, who runs All Saints Studios in St Albans Road, joined Good Morning Britain’s Ben Shephard at The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For Awards at London’s Battersea Evolution.
The evening featured a guest speech from film producer and Comic Relief founder, Richard Curtis, and the overall winner was the online insurer Simply Business.
Liana, who used to work as a presenter on Bid TV, said: “Ben and I hosted for an hour with meets and greets and dinner prior to presenting the awards.
“They were really heavy and I had to be very careful - not only walking round the stage but handing the awards over to the companies - it was like a mini arm workout!
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“I have been invited back next year to host the 2017 awards with Ben so that’s a wonderful opportunity to see and work with him again at such a great event.”
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