Now is the time to nominate design business women who go above and beyond to advance their companies.
October 6th, 2009
Nominations for the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award 2010 are now open. Aimed at recognising extraordinary achievements of entrepreneurial business women, the award was established in France in 1972 as a tribute to Madame Clicquot – whose business acumen and determination saw Veuve Clicquot become known the world over.
The award recognises the success of businesswomen across the globe, bringing to the world’s attention those who strive to achieve the highest business standards and innovation.
Open to all women who have played a key role in the enduring success of their companies, the award values corporate social responsibility highly. This year women in 17 countries will receive the award in all areas of business.
The winner will receive a trip to France to join the Veuve Clicquot 2010 International Business Women’s Forum, as well as a silver La Grande Dame trophy and each year thereafter she will receive a bottle of Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame to celebrate in style.
Indesignlive.com encourages all those women who have made design their business to enter this exciting competition, or if you know of someone who is worthy of such an award, but might never admit it, you can nominate them too.
To nominate online click here or visit veuveclicquotaward.com.au
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