Members of the public, professional bodies, volunteer, community and sporting organisations or of course anyone who feels they know a special lady who has done something outstanding, can put forward a wide range of nominations. These are considered carefully by the judging panel, chaired by Belfast Telegraph Deputy Editor, Gail Walker.
As well as the Overall Woman of the Year Award, the nine categories include; Woman of the Year in Education, Woman of the Year in the Voluntary Sector, Sportswoman of the Year, Mum of the Year, Inspirational Woman of the Year, Businesswoman of the Year, Woman of the Year in Hair, Beauty and Fashion and Woman of the Year in the Arts.
The awards attract title and category sponsorship from a wide range of companies. The 2015 Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year Awards will be launched in October with nominations sought by early February and judging taking place mid-February 2015.
If you would like your brand to be associated with one of biggest events which recognises the wonderful women we have in Northern Ireland click on the link below to find full details on title and category sponsorship packages.
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