Nominations for 2016 Awards are now open. The Women of the Future Awards are open to all women aged 35 or under (candidates must be aged 35 or under on December 31, 2016). Please note that we have 3 further special awards open for nomination, full details included below.
Mentor (open to men and women of any age)
Young Star Award (16-21 year olds).
This award acknowledges the creative forces of the future – rising stars among performing artists and those behind the scenes.
The objective of this Community Spirits category is to celebrate the new, varied generation of community-spirited young women, passionate about making a positive difference.
Within this category, we are also seeking nominees with a career in the sciences who can demonstrate a track record of academic excellence in the field of science; and are showing signs of success in pushing through scientific developments to commercial application.
This award is for a dedicated businesswoman. This award is open to employees of both public, publicly quoted and privately owned organisations.
Judges will be looking for candidates who have already started to build a business (or businesses), and who can show they have the ambition, energy, skill and vision to scale the heights.
The following awards are special awards also presented at the Awards Evening.
We believe that the UK economy and society will benefit from the fuller realisation of the talents of younger women. Too many obstacles still prevent younger women from achieving their goals.
The Women of the Future Corporate Award seeks to identify organisations that are:
– Clearly and demonstrably committed to realising the talents of the younger women within their workforce
– Showing innovation in how they enable their younger women to fulfil their objectives
– Engaged in wider public debate about the role of younger women in society
– Committed to positive social change that will enable younger women to prosper
This award is open to an organisation.
The award is open to men and women of all ages.