In the wise words of Benjamin Franklin: "You may delay, but time will not". And the deadline for the Women in Channel Awards is looming already.
You have until 5pm tomorrow, Friday 7 May to nominate either yourself or a colleague, partner, peer etc across 12 individual categories (a full list of categories can be viewed here, and are also shown at the bottom of the article).
There are also five company-wide categories for firms with a strong track record on diversity and inclusion that we will be launching very shortly. These categories will not be nominated, but instead, will be open for entries. Please keep your eye on Channelweb for more details.
Once the deadline has closed, all nominees will be invited to complete a detailed questionnaire on their role and achievements, and what they think should be done to encourage more women into the channel.
Launched in 2018, the CRN Women in Channel Awards recognise the achievements of the entrepreneurs, leaders and exceptional employees who can act as role models for young females considering a career in this fast-paced, dynamic industry.
Winners will be invited, along with their colleagues, to attend the awards ceremony at The Brewery on Thursday 14 October.
To get your nominations in, please click here.
2021 Individual Awards List:
Technical Employee of the Year
Sales Employee of the Year
Marketing Employee of the Year
Graduate / Apprentice of the Year
Manager of the Year
Role Model of the Year
Entrepreneur of the Year
Outstanding Returner Award
Rising Star Award
Executive Mentor of the Year
Woman of the Year
Just seven days left to get both company entries and individual category questionnaires submitted before the 21 June deadline is upon us
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