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Venue:
The Dorchester, 53 Park Lane, London, W1K 1QA
Date:
7 Dec 2016 12.00pm
Now in its fourteenth year, the NatWest everywoman Awards will once again celebrate the success of Britain’s top female entrepreneurs at all stages of their journey – from young businesses to those who have established multi-million pound organisations. Every year these Awards attract hundreds of entries and all finalists and winners have reaped the benefits of entering everywoman’s flagship programme transforming them into pioneering role models for future business owners.

Previous winners share their experiences

"There have been huge opportunities which simply wouldn’t have come our way without the award, such as a double page feature in Woman and Home magazine. But the best thing by far has been the confidence it has given me. I’ve always had big ambitions for Poppy’s Funerals but now I feel there’s no limit to what we can do. The recognition the NatWest everywoman Awards gives you completely amplifies your sense of what is possible." Poppy Mardall, Poppy's Funerals "It’s given us more credibility as a business and the confidence to know we can make it, so that’s a real boost for everyone at Rebel. We all work so hard, and we celebrate that as a team, but it’s great to have the external recognition." Tamara Arbib, Rebel Kitchen "From a professional point of view, the media and networking opportunities have been outstanding. Additionally, the gravitas that the award commands has raised the business profile along with my own personal profile. This is an important factor when you are a small business and you need to punch above your weight." Sarah Heward, Real Food Café

The awards

  • The Artemis Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for a minimum of 18 months up to 3 years
  • The Demeter Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading between 3 and 5 years (inclusive)
  • The Athena Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading between 6 and 9 years (inclusive)
  • The Hera Award - this Award will go to the most inspirational woman running a business which has been trading for 10 years or more
  • The Iris Award - This special Award is given to the most inspirational and successful female entrepreneur who runs a business that uses technology in an innovative and disruptive way
  • The Aphrodite 'Mumpreneur' Award - This special Award will go to a woman who founded her business whilst raising a child/children aged 12 or under.

Join the much-awaited Award ceremony on Wednesday 7 December

Celebrate with us at the Award ceremony on Wednesday 7 December, 12.00pm to 5.00pm (GMT) where we’ll be revealing the winners at the iconic Dorchester in Mayfair, London. To come along, book your table or ticket today. Your organisation can also get involved with the 2016 NatWest everywoman Awards by joining NatWest and the Daily Mail and support women entrepreneurs. For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Seema@everywoman.com.

Key dates for your diary

Nominations Open: 11 April 2016

Nominations Close: 11 July 2016

Judging Day: 5 October 2016

Awards Ceremony: 7 December, The Dorchester

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