35 women under 35, 2007

Yes, it's that time of year again. The latest update of MT's annual list of outstanding young women in business - 35 under 35 - is back, and better than ever. The exceptionally high quality of this year's field - and the enormous range of sectors and skills they span - is a resounding testament both to our own outstanding research and more importantly to the tremendous strides being made by talented women into the male dominated bastion that is UK business.

Last Updated: 09 Jul 2013

Our picks include May Jennings, 24, the youngest ever director of a plc, serial entrepreneur Shaa Wasmund, 35, and Catherine Barton, 33, the youngest of accountant Deloitte's 638 UK partners.

To read the feature and download the full list, click here.

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