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The British Female Inventor and Innovator of the Year Award (BFIIN), is an annual award that aims to recognise and promote the success stories of women in the UK that have come through the challenges of turning an idea into reality.

BFIIN has gone from strength to strength and is now recognised as a key diary date for women with an interest in copyright, trademarks, patents, intellectual property and brilliant new   ideas.

Over the past seven years the event has showcased many remarkable and innovative products and previous winners have gone on to establish successful businesses and achieve global recognition.

These include Mandy Haberman, inventor of the Haberman Feeder and the Anywayup Cup, Tish Fearn, who has signed a major distribution deal with B&Q for her Lite-Lift equine and gardening tools, and Dr Dawn Gibbins MBE, named Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year 2004. more 

The British Female Inventors & Innovators Awards & Conference is run under the EUWIIN Ltd - a part of the Global Women Inventors & Innovators Network (GWIIN). This is the international network which aims to increase the number of innovative women embracing enterprise.


Welcome to an exciting opportunity for female innovators and inventors who are truly embracing the 'experience' - taking on challenges and maximising opportunities that enhance their ideas. 

Entry into the Female Invent Awards, is a chance to enjoy fantastic new opportunities, challenges and experiences. 

Unlike many award schemes, the Female Invent Awards focus mainly on broader experiences and achievements, not just commercial success.

Now in its 13th year, the scheme is run by, Global Women Inventors & Inventors Network(GWIIN), the global network which aims to increase the number of innovative women embracing enterprise. 

Many women have gained considerably by participating in the BFIIN Awards, the awards providing the opportunity to showcase their inventions, the Awards attracts a great deal of publicity for individual innovators both in the press and on television. (read testimonials)

The event provides a great opportunity to network with other like-minded women and make new friends.


Denise Anstey of Bristol won the British Female Inventor of the Year 2009 title with her invention, Slik Stik.

Denise Anstey, a disabled lady who was dissatisfied with the poor ergonomics and basic function of conventional walking sticks came up with the idea with this stick that folds for convenient storage and portability, whilst maintaining a firm and rigid support when extended. A four - position stem adjusts easily to your preferred height while the comfortable and well designed hand grip has a rubberised non-slip coating.


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Perth woman’s energy monitoring device wins Female Inventor of the Year Award in Cardiff. 

Perth inventor Tanya Ewing, 39, took home the top prize as Inventor of the Year at the tenth annual British Female Inventor and Innovator of the Year Awards in Cardiff on Tuesday 11 March. Her EWGECO invention is an energy-monitoring device that uses a ‘traffic-light’ display to show real-time use of electricity, water and gas.