Sheffield-based entrepreneur Amy Milchard has been listed in the #ialso Top 100, a collection of 100 inspiring female entrepreneurs nationwide.

Amy, who founded Pink Spaghetti Sheffield in 2016, was also listed for her role as co-founder of the independent co-working firm Desk.Space, co-organiser of Kelham Networking, as well as her involvement in an exciting, yet-to-be announced podcasting project for young people.

The #ialso Top 100 list was set up by small business campaign f:Entrepreneur, and born from International Women’s Day 2018, with the aim of showcasing multi-achieving women to provide lessons of challenge and success for all small business founders – both men and women.

“It was really nice to be recognized,” said Amy. “For me it was a great moment of reflection of all the jobs and roles I’ve had in my life.

“The list has done a great job of capturing some amazing stories and inspiring people – we are more and more often recognising that so many women who run one business have a range of other projects and commitments.”