B&T’s Women in Media Awards Are Back! And It’s Time To Nominate Our Industry’s High Achievers!

B&T’s Women in Media Awards Are Back! And It’s Time To Nominate Our Industry’s High Achievers!
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Now in its third mega year, it’s time once again to call for entries to B&T’s Women In Media Awards for 2015.

If you’re one of the amazing women in our industry – or you happen to work alongside one – and you’re changing the media landscape, you’re innovating, embracing technology and change, winning over clients and winning new business it’s time to nominate yourself (or a deserved colleague) as one of B&T’s Women In Media.

Be you a cunning copywriter, a brilliant journalist, an agency maestro, a prolific PR, even a great mentor or CEO, if you’re a woman who’s at the top of her professional game then it’s time, B&T believes, you got the recognition you justly deserve.

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Each entry we receive will be scrutinised by B&T’s expert panel of judges and the winners of the 12 categories will be announced at a gala cocktail party in Sydney on Thursday the 13th of August.

This year’s B&T Women in Media Awards are supported by leading media educator Macleay College and women’s lifestyle publisher Totallyher.

For 2015, we’ve spilt the nominations into a dozen categories. So, if this is your area of expertise and you’re thriving, winning company awards and the acclaim of your colleagues and bosses alike then get your entry in pronto.

The 12 categories for Women In Media Awards 2015 include: creative, digital, journalist/producer, marketing, media agency, public relations, rising star, sales, strategy, community/pro bono, mentor and employer.

Make sure you enter by logging in here and following the prompts. Be quick – entries close 6th July 2015. And best of luck!

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