About the awards

Now in their 17th year, the awards celebrate the vital contribution women make to transport and logistics showcasing progression, accomplishments and increasing avenues of opportunity within a traditionally male-dominated industry.

Women make up only 21% of the workforce in an industry that employs over 1.5million people and contributed £214 billion to the UK economy in 2020*. Research shows that diverse teams are better positioned to unlock innovation and drive growth. The everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards plays an important role in highlighting success stories, shifting perceptions and creating role models to inspire future female talent.

Click here to see the 2024 finalists line-up. Winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony at the Park Plaza London Riverbank on 27 June.

Timings for the Awards ceremony:
10:45 – 12:00 Exclusive Finalist Drinks Reception
12:00 – 12:30 Welcome Drinks Reception for all Guests
12:40 – 16:00 Awards Ceremony and Lunch
16:00 – 17:00 Networking

To discuss becoming a partner on the event, please contact [email protected]

*Women in Transport 2023 Equity Index Project and Drive Positive Change

Why enter or nominate?

Advantages Includes:


Receive sector-wide recognition for both individual and company achievements.


Inspire the next generation of women in transport & logistics.

Raise your profile

Raise your profile with our extensive PR campaign.

Boost your credentials

Boost your own and your company’s professional credentials.


Recognise someone exceptional in a way that gets them noticed by the rest of the industry.

It's free!

It’s free to nominate yourself or someone else you know.

Who can enter?

The everywoman in Transport and Logistics Awards are for those who possess the qualities, attitude, hard work ethic and commitment to supporting other women that makes them a credit to the industry and they organisations they work for. They are the talented women who have exceeded expectations as well as inspired success in others.

The awards are open to women at all stages of their career.

Entrants can either nominate themselves or be nominated by someone else, they can enter a maximum of two categories and must:

  1.  Work within a transport and logistics based role
  2. Be based or have their chief operations in the UK or Ireland (excluding the International Inspiration Award)
  3. Be available for a judging day on 23 April 2024 and the awards ceremony in London on 27 June 2024


All successful entrants will be contacted by the last week of March 2024 if required to attend Judging Day on 23 April 2024. If selected, the Awards ceremony in London is on 27 June 2024. This is a condition of entry.

There will be two winners per category (Leader and Above and Beyond) as well as one recipient of the Industry Champion, Male Agent of Change, Apprentice of the Year and Woman of the Year Award.

All decisions regarding the judging process are made by our independent judging panel. The everywoman team do not influence this process.

The judges’ decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into before or after the judging.

Due to the large number of nominations received, the judging panel are unable to provide individual feedback.

Key dates

Nominations Open:  20 November 2023 

Nominations Close:  29 January 2024 

Judging Day: 23 April 2024

Awards Ceremony:  27 June 2024 

Venue and timings

Park Plaza London Riverbank, 18 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TJ

Awards ceremony timings:
10:45 – 12:00 Exclusive Finalist Drinks Reception
12:00 – 12:30 Welcome Drinks Reception for all Guests
12:40 – 16:00 Awards Ceremony and Lunch
16:00 – 17:00 Networking

Frequently asked questions

Entries close on 29 January 2024


No, our awards are totally free to enter.

You can, but you will only be taken through in the one that the judges think suit you best.

Yes, you can save and exit the awards portal whenever you need to, and then log back in to finish and submit your entry.

Entrants will be notified in March if they are required for the judges’ interview in April.


These can be found here.

About everywoman

Founded in 1999, everywoman has been at the forefront of the international movement for gender parity in the workplace. Over the past 24 years we have had the privilege of building a community of over 130 corporate partners and a network of more than 50,000 women around the world.