Tomorrow's 5pm deadline may be looming, but it's not too late to nominate a colleague - or yourself - for the 2019 CRN Women in Channel Awards.
All it requires is for you to click a couple of buttons, and your chosen nominee will then be invited to fill out a formal entry.
Last year's inaugural CRN Women in Channel awards were attended by over 600 people (view the highlights video here).
Whether it's sales, marketing, technical or management, there are categories for all roles in the channel, not to mention three company-wide categories. This year we have added a new Executive Mentor category that is open to both genders.
If you know of any individual (or firm) who deserves to have their name up in lights, nominate them here before it's too late.
1. Woman of the Year
2. Executive Mentor of the Year (NEW)
3. Unsung Hero of the Year
4. Manager of the Year
5. Sales Employee of the Year
6. Role Model of the Year
7. Technical Employee of the Year
8. Marketing Employee of the Year
9. Entrepreneur of the Year
10. Graduate/Apprentice of the Year
11. Outstanding Returner
12. Rising Star
13. Best Company Community Outreach
14. Diversity Employer of the Year
15. Gender Pay Parity (NEW)
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