Don’t Panic! There’s Still Time To Enter The Women In Media Awards!

Don’t Panic! There’s Still Time To Enter The Women In Media Awards!
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B&T’s Women In Media Awards are fast approaching and on-time entries close today at 5pm!

So, if you’re the type who loves to do everything at the last minute, it’s time to spring into action! Simply head here to get your entry in before the deadline.

But never fear, if you’re locked in a cupboard with no computer access today, we are still taking late entries until 5pm next Friday (14 July) – the only kicker is a small late fee will be attached, so get in now and pay less, people!

Running for the fifth consecutive year, B&T‘s annual Women in Media Awards, presented by Bauer Media Group, recognise those exceptional women who have achieved success in their professional arenas and celebrates their invaluable contribution through their leadership, innovation and courage to their industry.

There are 15 cracking categories to nominate for too, so no matter what your line of work in media, there’s a chance to be a winner. Here they are:

  •  Creative
  •   Creative Producer
  •   Entrepreneur
  •   Journalist/Producer
  •   Marketing
  •   Media Buyer/Planner
  •   Public Relations
  •   Rising Star
  •   Sales/Account Manager
  •   Strategy
  •   Tech
  •   Male Champion of Change
  •   Mentor
  •   Employer
  •   Best Ad Campaign – Championing the Equality Cause

To find out who you’ll need to impress to take home a highly-coveted Women in Media gong, click here.

And to help celebrate the occasion, former NSW premier and Sky News Australia host Kristina Keneally will deliver the keynote address at the Women In Media Awards.

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