If you haven’t made a nomination yet, you only have four weeks to go before the CWT everywoman in technology awards closes to entries.
Computer Weekly are supporting the awards as a media partner and will be covering its progress in the coming months.
Key industry names such as BP, Avaya, Google, Cisco, Dell, Intel and Microsoft are also supporting the awards.
The seven categories are as follows:
• Rising Star of the Year
Awarded to the woman aged under 30 who is excelling in her technology career, making a valuable contribution to her organisation.
• Business Leader of the Year
Awarded to the woman operating in a senior technology role within her organisation
• Team Leader of the Year
Awarded to the woman leading a technology team to excel in a way that contributes greatly to the company’s success
• Innovator of the Year
Awarded to the woman designing, developing or implementing technology in an unconventional and innovative way, for a new technology application, architectural initiative or in a new environment
• Entrepreneur of the Year
This award will go to an owner / operator of a technology business or business operating within the technology space. Her entrepreneurial vision and talent will inspire others to start their own technology related venture
• Inspiration of the Year
This award recognises an individual for their commitment to encouraging, advancing and/or championing the progress and development of women working in technology
Also see Everywoman’s tips for completing a nomination.
The awards ceremony will be held on 22nd March 2011 in central London.
The programme has also been launched in association with Women in Technology and Connecting Women in Technology network (CWT).
Nominations close on 7 January, 2011.
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