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Nominations for the 2016 Women In Industry Awards are now open.  Entries close on Tuesday 31 May 2016 which is fast approaching so get your nominations in now!  The categories are…

Business Development Manager of the Year

Women In Industry are looking for nominations from exceptional female business development managers working in any Australian industrial sector.

Mentor of the Year

This award recognises talented managers within organisations who have actively and successfully shaped the careers of others within the mining, engineering, manufacturing and process control and construction industries. Any team leader is eligible for this award.

Social Leader of the Year

Community work and social leadership is one of the distinguishing and admirable features of our industry. This award calls for nominations from women who have completed significant initiatives that have delivered a positive contribution to the community, or provided a positive social benefit over the past 12 months.

Rising Star Award

The Rising Star Award is open to all females who are in their first five years of working within their industry. Judges will be looking for personal achievement and a meaningful contribution to the industry in a manner that sets them apart.

Industry Advocacy Award

This award recognises women who have worked tirelessly to improve the image of their industry in the eyes of the public. The judges will be looking for involvement in specific programs or initiatives aimed at
promoting their industry. Furthermore, the panel will also look at nominees who liaise closely with industry organisations to create better outcomes for those working in the sector on a policy level.

Marketing/Communications Award

Our industries are home to some of the biggest corporations in the country and thus some of the most
creative marketing departments. This award calls for nominations for women who have spearheaded a
marketing campaign for a company, organisation, or association.

Excellence in Manufacturing

This award is open to all females working within the manufacturing industry. Judges will be
looking for personal achievement and a meaningful contribution to the industry in a manner that
sets them apart.

Excellence in Engineering

This award is open to all females working within the engineering industry. Judges will be
looking for personal achievement and a meaningful contribution to the industry in a manner that
sets them apart.

Excellence in Mining

This award is open to all females working within the mining industry. Judges will be looking for
personal achievement and a meaningful contribution to the industry in a manner that sets them
apart.

Excellence in Commercial Road Transport

This award is open to all females working within the commercial road transport industry. Judges will be
looking for personal achievement and a meaningful contribution to the industry in a manner that sets
them apart.

Why should you enter?

  • Nominating for the Women in Industry Awards is an excellent way of recognising the efforts and achievements of women working in the industries to celebrate their success.
  • All finalists will receive two complimentary tickets (valued at $150 each) to the prestigious
    Awards presentation gala dinner to be held on Thursday 14th July 2016 in Melbourne
  • Finalists and winners will receive publicity in Prime Creative Media’s publications, and/or on the magazine websites, as well as through other media channels.
  • Finalists and winners will be also be able to use the Women in Industry awards logo in a wide range of promotional activities including advertising, trade show graphics, product literature, on your website, etc.
  • You’ll be joining a prestigious group of leading women of the industry, working to achieve best practice and excel in an ever competitive global market.
  • Major vendors and government bodies are behind the Women in Industry Awards as sponsors.

Who is eligible?

  • The Awards are open to all women who have a significant industry presence in Australia and meet the criteria set by the relevant Award.
  • The nominee must work in Australia to be nominated.
  • Nominations may be submitted by anyone representing a industrial company in Australia; however that person must be in a position to properly evaluate the submission.

Who can nominate a project?

    Nominations may be submitted by anyone representing a group or company in Australia who is in a position to evaluate the entry. Each company may submit a maximum of three nominations.

Frequently Asked Questions

    • Is there an entry fee?
      There is no entry fee for submitting nominations for the Women In Industry Awards.
    • What is the deadline?
      Entry deadline for the 2016 Women In Industry Awards is Tuesday 31 May 2016. However, if you require an extension, please contact the Awards Co-ordinator at cole.latimer@primecreative.com.au to discuss the options.
    • When will I know if I am a finalist?
      Finalists will be announced in the June 2016 edition of Australian Mining, Manufacturers’ Monthly, PACE, Prime Mover, Trailer and Diesel magazines, and on the corresponding websites. Our staff will contact you to coordinate your attendance at the ceremony, where the winners will be revealed.
    • Where do I send my nomination?
      Completed nomination forms and supporting documents and images can be emailed to cole.latimer@primecreative.com.au  (max attachment size is 7MB).
      Alternatively, a hard copy may be sent in by mail or courier to the following address:Women in Industry Awards
      Attn: Cole Latimer
      Level 13, Tower 1
      475 Victoria Avenue
      Chatswood NSW 2067

For entry forms and further information, please go to http://womeninindustry.com.au/nominate/

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