If you haven’t started getting excited for this year’s Women in Media event (or haven’t started your entries), you need to get a wriggle on, because this year is one hell of an event. And you’ve only got two weeks left to submit your entry!
Not only do we have our inaugural forum kicking off this year, but our awards turn four, so celebrations are in high order – women have really achieved some incredible stuff since we began!
In case you missed it, this year we have 14 categories in total, with the addition of a new category: the Entrepreneur category. Here’s the full list:
|1. Community / Pro-bono
5. Journalist / Producer
7. Media Agency
|8. Public Relations
9. Rising Star
There’s just over two weeks to go until entries for Women in Media close, with both peer and self-nominations accepted, previous winners welcome, and of course you can enter more than one category if you fit the criteria!
Judging is done by a panel of industry experts and entries are given a score out of 100. All the criteria info and more can be found here. To submit an entry head over here. And if it’s tickets you’re after, look no further than here.
Check out the key dates you’ll need to know for the event:
(your entry must refer to your achievements and contribution during this period)
1 January 2015 – 31 April 2016
5pm (AEST) Friday 24 June 2016 – on-time entry fee $99 + GST
Late entries close
5pm (AEST) Friday 1 July 2016 – late entry fee $149 + GST
Monday 25 July 2016
Early Bird Tickets close
Monday 1 August 2016
Friday 19 August 2016 – Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney
Naturally, none of this is possible without our amazing sponsors:
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