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Organisers of the National Business Women's Awards have announced they are extending the entry period to 14 May to accommodate all those side-tracked by the current pandemic.

Organisers of the National Business Women’s Awards have announced they are extending the entry period to 14 May to accommodate all those side-tracked by the current pandemic.

The awards are set to celebrate the very best from the female entrepreneur and business women that continually push the boundaries to keep the UK at the very top of the business league.

Last year’s winner Kate Stott, from Beauty Booker, said: “Thank you, winning this award has been nothing short of amazing. A special thanks to the National Business Women’s Awards for the whole experience, enabling us to tell our story and receive the most wonderful recognition.”

With a glitzy awards final on 13 October, entrants can enter up to three categories from a choice of 19. Entry is at www.NBWAwards.co.uk

Encouraging women from all walks of business life to enter, Damian Cummins, awards director, said: “The UK leads in so many fields of business, we must continue to celebrate the wonderful contribution and success that our female community bring to that success.

“Given the current business climate it is essential that we all keep a positive attitude and are ready to press that GO button when we come out the other side.”

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