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2015 NatWest everywoman Awards

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winners announced in 2015 NatWest everywoman Awards

 

Find out the winners of the 2015 NatWest everywoman Awards.

 

For 12 years running we’ve uncovered a generation of role models to inspire the next, and the awards have remained an impartial endorsement for female entrepreneurs. Previous winners and finalists have told us the programme has taken their business to a whole new level, giving fantastic PR coverage both regionally and nationally.

 

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When and where
Date: 
Wed, 02/12/2015
Start time: 
12:00PM
The Dorchester
53 Park Ln
W1K 1QA London
United Kingdom
GB
Nominations
Nominations

Categories

The Artemis Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for a minimum of 18 months up to three years.

The Demeter Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading between three and six years (inclusive).

The Athena Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading between seven and 11 years (inclusive).

The Hera Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for 12 years or more.

The Iris Award - this special Award is given to the most inspirational and successful female entrepreneur who runs a business that uses technology in an innovative and disruptive way.

The Aphrodite 'Mumpreneur' Award - This special Award will go to a woman who founded her business whilst raising a child/children aged 12 or under.

Top Tips for Completing a Nomination

One sure-fire way of getting noticed for the NatWest everywoman Awards is a really good, well completed nomination form. Make sure you take your time over your nomination, so that you tell us absolutely everything that displays the nominee's brilliance, and double check that all the contact details are correct.

  • Word limits aren't a recommendation - nominations that include answers that are below the word limit are very unlikely to be considered
  • Give us enough detail so we can fully grasp the nominee's achievements
  • Be specific but make sure you stick to the point

Business success

  • How has the business evolved and grown - has it moved location is it local/international, taken on employees, has the turnover increased, has the distribution/delivery branched out into new territories/industries?
  • What’s the year-on-year increase within the business – staff, turnover, customers?
  • What impact has the business had on its industry sector? Is it beating competitors, or providing strong competition to bigger names?
  • What were the goals when the business started? Has it over-achieved? Has the business vision changed?

Overcoming challenges

  • Did the nominee face any financial restrictions or funding/investment barriers?
  • Were there any legal issues?
  • Were there any personal issues that had to be overcome - e.g. family commitments, confidence?
  • Did the nominee learn new skills for the business, take courses or gain qualifications?
  • Were there any economic issues that acted as a barrier – unemployment or having to let staff go? Did the nominee have a previous business that didn't work out?
  • Did the nominee have to break industry barriers in making the business a success – e.g. making a name for themselves in a male-dominated industry, or entering a new and untested industry?

Personal achievements

  • What achievements has the nominee made in their business career – have they won any awards, qualifications or accreditations?
  • What personal achievements has the nominee made that has inspired them to become successful in business – have they climbed a mountain, completed a marathon, invested in other successful businesses or lobbied the local council for change?

Support your nomination

Remember, you can submit supporting evidence to your nomination in the form of press releases, news articles, photographs, testimonials or other items which you think will help the judges make informed decisions about the nominee's business. Please submit any supporting documents together in one document, 4-sides maximum. Make sure you are not sending us originals as they cannot be returned. Please note, we are unable to accept testimonials directly from your clients.  Please email to events@everywoman.com< or alternatively post to Events Administrator, Everywoman Ltd, 17 Wootton Street, London SE1 8TG before the closing date of 6 July 2015.