NW Women In Business Awards 2009
The deadline is approaching for entry into the Northwest Women in Business Awards 2009. Entries must be submitted by 30 November 2008.
This is a great opportunity to enter the Northwest's only regional women in business awards. There are 6 categories, each with a cash prize! (Each entrant can enter a maximum of two categories).
Last year's winners have gone onto receive further accolades and increased regional and national press coverage by appearing in industry publications and national and regional newspapers.
The Northwest Women's Enterprise Forum (NWWEF) launched the awards in partnership with the NWDA. The awards will bring together some of the region's most innovative and successful female-led companies and recognise their achievements and successes.
The six award categories are Business Start-Up, Young Entrepreneur, NW Business, Social Enterprise, Growth Business and Business and Professional Services Sector Woman in Business.
For more information on how to enter or nominate visit the website below.
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