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Nominations are open for WeAreTheCity’s 2019 Rising Star Awards

06 March 2019

Now in their fifth year, the Rising Star Awards focus on the achievements of women below senior management or director level from across a range of industries and sectors – representing the female talent pipeline and the next generation of future leaders.

The awards, powered by The Times and The Sunday Times, also recognises the efforts of senior leaders who are championing gender equality; as well as putting the spotlight on a ‘company of the year’, that is actively supporting its female talent pipeline above and beyond industry norms.

Nominations are now open online via the Rising Stars’ website and will close on 22 March.

A shortlist of ten women from each industry category and ten from the Champion category, alongside three shortlisted companies for the Company of the Year award, will be chosen by an esteemed panel of judges.

Once the shortlist is announced, we will also open the public votes of support, which enables individuals to show their support for a specific shortlisted individual.

All winners will be announced in July 2019 at a prestigious evening reception at The Sheraton Hotel, Park Lane, London. Tickets will be available to purchase via the Rising Star website.


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