Stay calm everybody, because the Women in Media Awards for 2018 are only a couple months away! Which means it’s time to get your ducks in a row, because entries are closing tomorrow!
Running for the sixth consecutive year and presented by the lovely Bauer Media Group yet again, B&T‘s Women in Media Awards will recognise exceptional women who’ve achieved astronomical success in the media and communications industry.
These inspiring women are all around us – leading, innovating and mentoring the next generation. These awards will celebrate that leadership and innovation, and the resulting invaluable contributions they have made to this industry and their own professional arenas.
We know the awards are months away, but we receive so many cracking entries every year out expert judging panel needs more than a week to pick the winners.
To get started on your (definitely award-winning) entry, click right here. But you better have it done fast, because entries will close tomorrow, Friday 15, at 5pm. That’s less than 48 hours, people!
The same goes if you’ve started your entry but haven’t finished – now is the time!
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.
Here’s a refresher of the 18 fabulous categories you can enter into.
- Best Ad Campaign – Championing the Equality Cause
- Creative Producer
- Male Champion of Change
- Media Buyer/Planner
- Public Relations
- Rising Star
- Agency Sales/Account Management
- Media Sales/Account Management
- Executive Leader
- Social Change Maker
- People’s Choice (via poll)
- Women of the Year (as chosen by B&T)
- Lifetime Achievement (as chosen by B&T)
For you serial procrastinators out there, late entries close next Friday June 22 – but if you get your entry done on time, you get the added bonus of going to happy hour tomorrow arvo stress-free.
And make sure your details are entered correctly. No one wants a trophy that says “Arah” instead of “Sarah”.
And don’t forget! Entries are closing tomorrow, Friday 15, at 5pm.
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