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Stem & Glory founder Louise Palmer-Masterton wins Business Person of the Year at the 2022 National SME Business Awards





Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of the plant-based restaurant business Stem & Glory, has won Business Person of the Year at the National SME Business Awards.

Louise was automatically entered to the national awards after winning the county title at the 2021 Cambridge Independent SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards.

Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory, centre, collects her Gold Award for Business Person of the Year at SME National Business Awards 2022
Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory, centre, collects her Gold Award for Business Person of the Year at SME National Business Awards 2022

“I am extremely bowled over to have won the national award too,” said Louise. “Any award is fantastic recognition, and this one is testament not to me, but to all the fantastic team at Stem & Glory.”

Louise also took home silver in the Business Hero category at the national awards, held at Wembley Stadium in London.

Stem & Glory offers vegan and plant-based food at its restaurants in 50/60 Station Road, Cambridge, and in two sites at London, at Upper Broadgate Circle in Liverpool Street, and at Barts Square. It also offers delivery, catering and online ordering.

It is opening a third location at London’s Broadgate, and Louise said a fourth and fifth site is “firmly in our sights”.

Already carbon neutral, Stem & Glory is pioneering crowd-support for businesses and has raised £1.8million from 1,623 individual supporters as plant-based food movement grows..

Look out for Louise’s monthly column in the Cambridge Independent.



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