All Female Entrepreneurs, Executives, and Employees Worldwide May be Nominated
The Stevie Awards, organizer of the world’s premier business awards programs, will accept nominations for the 2019 (16th annual) Stevie Awards for Women in Business through the final entry deadline of Wednesday, September 18.
The Stevie Awards for Women in Business honor the achievements of working women in more than 90 categories, including Entrepreneur of the Year, Executive of the Year, Mentor or Coach of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award, Achievement in Equal Pay, Women Helping Women, Employee of the Year, Woman-Owned or -Run Company of the Year, and Innovator of the Year. All female entrepreneurs, executives, employees and the organizations they run, worldwide, are eligible to be nominated.
Finalists will be announced on October 2, and the Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie winners will be revealed at a gala awards dinner at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York on November 15, 2019.
The Women|Future Conference will be held in conjunction with the Stevie Awards for Women in Business ceremony. It is a two-day conference for professional women that addresses the most pressing business issues of tomorrow. From robotics and cybersecurity, to the future of work and artificial intelligence, the conference will provide information on these topics from the perspectives of women in those fields and how they will affect professional women in all industries – their careers and businesses.
The 2018 Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie Award winners reflected a diverse group of large and small organizations around the globe. Stevie Award winners in 2018 included Aflac, Brilliant Earth, EY, Fogo de Chão, IBM, iTalent Digital, LoveBug Probiotics, Mattress Firm, Ooredoo, Plan International Canada, and Thomson Reuters and many more.
The 2019 Stevie Awards for Women in Business will be judged by more than 200 leading professionals around the world, and nominees will have access to all the judges’ comments and suggestions about their nominations: an invaluable resource.