35 Women Under 35 2017: Last chance to apply

MT's annual 35 Women Under 35 list showcases the country's most promising young businesswomen. Here's your chance to appear on it. Nominations close 30th April.

by Kate Bassett
Last Updated: 25 Apr 2017

Could Britain's young, talented and ambitious businesswomen please step forward?

We're on the hunt for this year's 35 Women Under 35 list, in association with Accenture. Here's why you should take part:

1. Now in its 17th year, this is the country's longest-running, most prestigious list of young, female talent. Be part of an exclusive alumni that includes Stella McCartney and Martha Lane Fox. 

2. Published in Management Today magazine in July 2017 and on www.managementtoday.co.uk, the list will be eyeballed by thousands of journalists, venture capitalists, angel investors, headhunters and, potentially, your next boss. This is your chance to get noticed.

3. Our annual 35 Women Under 35 list gets nationwide media coverage. Last year's feature appeared in the Sunday Times.

4. Mingle with your peers, share tips and swap business cards at our annual 35 Women Under 35 launch party.

Our list is open to women from all sectors, from food to finance, music to manufacturing. And you can be based anywhere in the country. All we ask is that you’re female, you’re 35 or under (as of 4th July 2017) and you’re ready to knock us off our feet with your achievements.

For inspiration, check out last year’s female high-flyers

Any questions or tip-offs, email kate.bassett@haymarket.com

Enter, or nominate a friend/colleague, by filling out the form below. Nominations cost £99 plus VAT. Deadline for entries extended to 30th April. 

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