At everywoman, we believe that regular access to both female role models in business and quality learning and development tools help advance women in business.
After all, “you can't be what you can't see!”
That's why we are constantly on the lookout for female talent across the UK in male-dominated sectors and why we are delighted to announce that nominations are open for several of our awards programmes.
WHY NOMINATE FOR AN EVERYWOMAN AWARD
You can help everywoman celebrate the career achievements of women in business by nominating someone you know or even by nominating yourself. What's more:
- Receive sector-wide recognition for both individual and company achievements.
- Boost your credentials and inspire the next generation of talent.
- It’s free to nominate yourself or someone else you know.
If you or someone you know works in travel, retail or is a budding business owner, and you believe their talent deserves recognition, then why not enter a nomination now for one or more of our standout awards.
BarclayCard everywoman in Retail Awards
The 2018 Barclaycard everywoman in Retail Awards launches its search for inspirational individuals excelling in the UK’s retail industry. Women from all stages of their career journey are encouraged to nominate themselves or others – from rising stars and entrepreneurs to well-seasoned leaders. In addition, the Male Agent of Change Award will recognise a man for his commitment to advancing women working in retail.
NatWest everywoman Awards
The NatWest everywoman Awards is the most highly regarded programme celebrating the achievements of UK-based women business owners.
For 16 years, the awards have recognised the success of women from a wide variety of industries, uncovering strong and authentic role models who challenge preconceptions and provide confidence and inspiration in equal measure.
everywoman in Travel Awards
The second annual everywoman in Travel Awards has new categories introduced for 2018. It will also recognise the achievements of men who are advancing the progress of women working in the sector, along with women inspiring their communities outside the UK.