MT's 2008 '35 Women Under 35'

The nominations are in, and the countdown to the business event of the year has started...

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Management Today, in association with Microsoft, is pleased to announce that the 2008 MT ’35 Women Under 35’ list will be announced on 10 July at the Gallery Soho in central London.

Debbie Moore, founder of Pineapple Studios – and the first female chairman to take a British company public – will be our keynote speaker at this invitation-only celebration of the UK’s finest young female talent.

With nominations already in, the long list is one of the best ever, with contributions from every walk of business life. Submissions include some of the youngest candidates MT has ever received, as well as some of the most accomplished.

These high-flying young women don’t just over-achieve at work, many of them have also run marathons, worked in far-flung parts of the world for charity, or taken it upon themselves to be vocal pioneers in industries that still fail to attract and retain enough female talent.

The names of the final 35 women to make it onto our 2008 list will be made available on the evening of the 10th July. The full list and feature will appear in the July issue of Management Today, available on newsstands the following day.

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