35 Women Under 35

Now in its 13th year, Management Today's 35 Women Under 35 awards celebrate high-achieving women in business under the age of 35. Women who make the list range from entrepreneurs and designers to lawyers, bankers and senior civil servants. Past winners include Martha Lane Fox, Elisabeth Murdoch and Stella McCartney.

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35 Women Under 35: Meet your next boss

35 Women Under 35: Meet your next boss

By Emma De Vita Sunday, 07 July 2013

MT's 2013 line-up of brilliant young talent are set to grab the helm of UK plc.

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01 August 2013

MT chats to some of the women who made it on to this year's 35 Women Under 35 list.

 
 
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11 July 2013

At MT's 35 Women Under 35 party Sarah Curran, founder of online fashion boutique my-wardrobe.com, explains lessons she's learned in business.

 
 
35 Women Under 35: Behind the scenes

35 Women Under 35: Behind the scenes

07 July 2013

Photographs from the cover shoot of 35 Women Under 35.

 
 
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MT launches women in business networking programme

07 November 2012

Are you the next Martha Lane Fox, Joanna Shields or Natalie Massenet? MT wants to meet you.

 
 

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Previous lists

MT's 35 Women Under 35 2012: Migration Nation

MT's 35 Women Under 35 2012: Migration Nation

08 July 2012

MT's list of young female high achievers in this Olympian year of all-comers is a vivid reflection of wider British enterprise, energised as it is by self-starters whose origins lie beyond our shores.

 
 
35 Women Under 35 2012: Photoshoot

35 Women Under 35 2012: Photoshoot

24 October 2012

Behind the scenes at MT's 35 Women Under 35 photoshoot 2012. Featuring Aekta Mahajan, Elizabeth Deeming, Kate Gross, Nadja Lossgott and Olga Kubassova.

 
 
MT's 35 Women Under 35 2011: A Vision of Enterprise

MT's 35 Women Under 35 2011: A Vision of Enterprise

27 June 2011

This year, MT's list of female high-fliers belongs to the entrepreneur. The most striking thing about our line-up is half have been recognised for their start-ups - whether making Lady Gaga's knickers, or a new hedge fund.

 
 
MT unveils its 35 women under 35 2011

MT unveils its 35 women under 35 2011

30 June 2011

JoJo Maman Bébé founder Laura Tenison joined this year's 35 under 35ers as they took to the terrace at Nomura's stunning City office.

 
 
35 Women Under 35 2011: Photoshoot

35 Women Under 35 2011: Photoshoot

24 October 2012

Behind the scenes of the photoshoot of MT's 35 Women Under 35 2011. Featuring Julie Diem Le, Zu Rafalat, Misha Patel, Kate Hersov, Alex Pumfrey and Anna Bance.

 
 
MT's 35u35 - and Caroline Plumb - hit the Covent Garden Hotel

MT's 35u35 - and Caroline Plumb - hit the Covent Garden Hotel

14 April 2011

At our latest 35 under 35 networking event, the FreshMinds co-founder and CEO talked about the benefits of making mistakes...

 
 
35 Women Under 35 2010: Photoshoot

35 Women Under 35 2010: Photoshoot

24 October 2012

Behind the scenes at the 35 Women Under 35 2010 photoshoot, featuring Jo Verdult, Nik Done, Tamara Rajah, Isabel Garvey, Alexia Inge and Kate Prince.

 
 
35 Women Under 35 2009: Photoshoot

35 Women Under 35 2009: Photoshoot

24 October 2012

Behind the scenes at MT's 35 Women Under 35 2009. Featuring Savannah Miller, Jade Tong, Samantha Mangwana, Laura Stevenson, Ruth Amos and Kate Hampton.

 
 
35 Women Under 35 2008: Photoshoot

35 Women Under 35 2008: Photoshoot

26 October 2012

Behind the scenes at the photoshoot of MT's 35 Women Under 35 2008. Featuring Emma Reynolds, Alix Pryde, Sara Berman, Alex Holt, Paulina Bozek and Sophie Chandauka.

 
 


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