35 Women Under 35: The hunt begins

Wanted: The UK's most talented, ambitious young businesswomen.

by Kate Bassett
Last Updated: 19 May 2014

We’ve kicked off this year's search for the country’s 35 Women Under 35: a comprehensive look at the most exciting, talented young women in Britain.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a corporate climber or a charity hero, we want to hear from you. We don’t mind what sector you’re in or where you’re from (so long as you’re based in the UK), you just have to be female, aged 35 or under, and be ready to dazzle us with your brilliance.    

We'll be featuring the 35 highest-flying females in the July/August edition of Management Today (you can read last year’s list here). The feature will be read by journalists, venture capitalists, headhunters and the country’s top business leaders, so this is your big chance to get noticed.

We've made entry as pain-free as possible (fee = zero). Just fill in our simple nomination form and tell us why you deserve to be on this year’s list.

The deadline for nominations is Monday 14th April.

All nomination tip-offs hugely welcome. Email me at kate.bassett@haymarket.com

NOW CLOSED FOR NOMINATIONS

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