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The Women in Industry Awards recognise achievement across multiple male-dominated sectors.
NOW is the perfect time to nominate for the 2021 Women in Industry Awards.
To be held at the Melbourne Arts Centre on 19 August, the event features a cross-section of categories recognising the contribution of women to multiple sectors.
After a suite of high calibre nominations received in 2020, event organisers are once again seeking outstanding submissions from across the rail, logistics, manufacturing, mining, engineering and waste management industries.
“Now is the time to recognise your colleagues, customers, mentors or even yourself,” said event manager Lauren Winterbottom.
Women in Industry ambassador, Rachael Ashfield, of advanced automation company ifm, agrees.
“The Women in Industry Awards give you an opportunity to highlight key aspects and career defining moments of your many years of success and dedication,” Ashfield said.
Rail organisations represented in the awards in 2020 included agencies within the NSW transport cluster, including Transport for NSW, Sydney Trains, and Sydney Metro.
The full list of categories is below:
Sponsored by ifm, BAE Systems, BOC, Atlas Copco Compressors and Weir Minerals, the awards will not only recognise the exceptional women that work across Australian industries, but will also provide a highly coveted networking opportunity for attendees.
Nominations are completely free, and close on Friday 25 June.
People and businesses can nominate themselves or someone else. Nominations close on Friday 25 June so start preparing your entries. Please click here to lodge a nomination.
This article first appeared on railexpress.com.au
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