We’ve warned you once, we’ve warned you again, and now it’s time. The day is here! Your time is up! And late entries for the 2018 Women in Media Awards will close today at 5pm!
If you don’t enter, we might eventually forgive you. But will you forgive yourself when you inevitably don’t win?
If you’ve been thinking about entering but have been procrastinating it away for the past two months: this is your final chance.
And if you started your entry two months ago with good intentions but never finished it: this is also your final chance.
These annual awards will recognise exceptional women who’ve achieved astronomical success in the media and communications industry – and you could be one of them. But not if you don’t enter. Obviously.
Running for the sixth annual year, the B&T Women in Media Awards will celebrate the leadership, innovation and contributions women make to this industry every day – and they’ll do it in style, with a gala dinner and awards night.
So click right here to start and finish your entry in one fail swoop, or to finish an entry you started months ago but never finished (we know who you are).
You can enter in more than one category, but make sure you double check as there’s been even more categories added this year, plus a few changes.
But we’re afraid time isn’t on your side for this one – start your entry now to avoid becoming a ball of stress later this afternoon, 10 minutes before the deadline. No one needs that kind of stress in their life.
Oh, and in your procrastination-fueled late-entry rush, make sure you spell your name right. Or your company, or anything else you should definitely know how to spell.
The fabulous gala awards night will be held on Friday 17 August 2018 at Doltone House – Jones Bay Wharf. Grab early bird tickets to the event here and find all other info (including the long list of categories) on the website.
And don’t forget! Late entries are closing today at 5pm.
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