Recognising Local Business Women
The NatWest Venus Awards were set up in 2009 to recognise business women from across the country. The awards allow people to nominate a working woman of their choice. There are a variety of categories that you can choose from, some which have sponsors. However, there are still a few categories that are on the lookout for Sponsors, so if you are interested please contact: email@example.com
It’s time to get clicking! The 20th of May saw the official opening of nominations at the magnificent Malmaison, which used to be a prison. The NatWest Venus Awards in association with BMW North saw the Sponsors and business women were brought together for the launch in the county of Oxfordshire.
If you have a favourite working woman that you think needs to be recognised, then go ahead and nominate. It’s quick and simple and will only take 5 minutes of your time. Earn yourself some brownie points and nominate a client.
Please visit: http://oxfordshire.venusawards.co.uk/nominate/
The categories for Oxford are:
Oxford Mail and Times Business Mother of the Year
A woman who successfully juggles business with family life.
Henmans Freeth LLP Business of the year
Heart Thames Valley Employee of the Year
A lady who goes beyond the call of duty.
Employer of the Year
For a great female friendly boss or manager (male or female).
Jennings Ltd Inspirational Woman
For a woman that goes out of her way to help others.
A lady over 35 who has worked hard and been successful for many years.
For a woman who dares to take risks in business that pay off.
For a business less than two years old.
Online Business of the Year
A business showing great results using new media with over 60% of its business online.
NatWest Small Business
For a small business with a big attitude.
Home Based Business
Recognising successful home based businesses within the community.
William Morgan Group (BMW North) Green Business
For businesses with initiatives that consider the environment.
Business Woman of the Year
For a woman who has achieved substantial success whilst running some of the regions most successful and innovative businesses.
Customer Service Award
For the individual or business that goes the extra mile.
Motivates others and makes a difference
Check a profession.com Oxford Professional of the Year
For professionals and executives who excel.
The nominations are due to close on 11th of July – so make sure you dont miss out!
Tara has a clear passion for the Venus Awards “We’ve invested a lot into the technology behind the Venus Awards, to make it as quick and simple as possible, for both those nominating and those finding themselves nominated,” explained Tara.
Venus Awards has been recognising and rewarding women since 2009 with the event expanding into 8 regions across the country. Talking about the impressive growth of the Awards, Tara, herself a business woman and mother of four, commented; “It really is inspiring to see how much support and enthusiasm there is for the awards and what a difference they can make. I’ve even had past winners confess to me that the awards have changed their lives – that’s really powerful, and drives me forward to expand, and launch the awards in new regions to recognise more deserving women.”