NOMINATIONS are being sought for the Network She International Women's Day Awards 2014.
The awards promise a fantastic night of celebration on Friday, March 7 at Venue Cymru in Llandudno.
A spokeswoman for Natwork She says it will play host to over 300 guests from across the UK as we come together to recognise and reward the outstanding achievements of women in business.
Since their launch in 2008 the Network She International Women’s Day Awards have become recognised as the platform to celebrate the success of women who mean business.
This glittering gala black tie event presents the ideal opportunity to recognise and reward the inspiring achievements of business women and women in business who have succeeded and continue to succeed in their chosen field during such difficult, turbulent and unpredictable times.
The Network She International Women's Day Awards have grown year on year into what is now widely recognised as being one of the most prestigious events of the awards calendar.
"This is testament to the commitment and support of all those involved, for whom it is a genuine privilege to create a platform to give business women the opportunity to be publicly recognised for their achievements and to celebrate their success in style," added the spokeswoman.
Retail analyst Kate Hardcastle, a familiar face who regularly appears on BBC Breakfast Business News, Daybreak and Sky News, is among the special guests who will be joining Network She on the night, presenting the awards with sponsors and supporters to the worthy winners of each of the prestigious categories.
n All the details for nominations are on the Network She website. Closing date for nominations is this Friday, January 10. For further information contact Ruth on 07876262126 or email email@example.com
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