'35 Women Under 35': 2009 nominations

Do you know a high-flying young business woman? Are you one yourself? This is our final call for nominations...

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Last Updated: 06 Nov 2012

MT is making its final call for nominations for our annual '35 Women Under 35' list of the most talented young women in business. The list of names will be published in the July issue of MT and will feature 35 female leaders of tomorrow.

Our search for the top talent in business is drawing to a close, so if you could like to make a nomination please email emma.devita@haymarket.com with a short biog of your nominee, an outline of their job responsibilities and full contact details. Please state in no more than 100 words why you think they should be included in the list. You can also nominate yourself.

To qualify for consideration, the person must be aged 35 or under on 1 July 2009 and be living and working in the UK. We accept nominations from the private, public, third sector and entrepreneurial worlds. Please note that the deadline for nominations is Friday 24th April, so get your skates on...

MT looks forward to hearing from you.

 

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