Belfast Telegraph Woman of the year Awards 2011 - Business Woman of the Year

She can be any woman in the business field who has shown determination, drive and has made a real difference in her working environment. This award is sponsored by Translink.

How to Nominate

For each category, the nominee should have been in her line of work for at least 12 months and have shown particular success, a demonstrable measure of achievement, how she inspired others around her and how she has demonstrated passion, drive and energy in what she does.

Each category winner will be presented with a beautiful Belleek Living trophy at a gala dinner at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Shaws Bridge, Belfast, on Thursday, December 8.

You may enter nominations in any or all of the nine categories. The overall award for Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year in association with Dixons, Coleraine, will be chosen by the judges from the winners of the nine categories. Each of the nominations must be supported by a citation which should not be more than 200 words.

Citations should also include your name address and daytime telephone number and should arrive not later than 12 noon on Monday, November 21. Send them to: BT Woman of the Year, Belfast Telegraph, 124 Royal Avenue, Belfast, BT1 1EB or by email to: womanoftheyear@belfasttelegraph.co.uk.

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