AN award scheme celebrating the success of women in business has reached a milestone.
The NatWest everywoman Awards – now in its 10th year – recognises the drive and tenacity needed for successful enterprise.
The awards are supported by high-profile businesswomen including Karren Brady (pictured) Hilary Devey and Dame Mary Perkins and supported by government and big business alike.
The awards are free to enter and nominations can be made by business owners or those connected to them by July 20, 2012.
Categories include ones for the most inspiring woman running a business who is aged 25 or under, 26 to 35, 36 to 49 and 50 or over; the most successful female entrepreneur running a technology business; and a female entrepreneur who runs a rural business contributing to the local economy.
Anne Mcpherson, managing director for diversity in business at NatWest, said: “We are delighted to support the NatWest everywoman awards for the 10th year running.”
Nominations can be made online at www.everywoman.com/ ewawards until 20 July. The awards will be presented in December at The Dorchester in London.