Midlands Women in Tech Awards open for nominations
Calling all trailblazing women in tech in the West Midlands! It’s time to step into the spotlight and get the recognition you deserve for your innovative work. Nominations have just opened for the Midlands
Women in Tech Awards, a special event that celebrates the contribution of female pioneers in the tech sector. With 12 categories up for grabs, including Start-Up Founder, Tech for Good, and Non-Coding Tech Professional, this is your chance to showcase your skills and amplify the region’s tech scene. The awards ceremony, set to take place in October 2023, will crown winners in each category, including Rising Star and Apprentice accolades for young talent.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to join the ranks of last year’s winners, like Paula Bedborough, Tech Entrepreneur of the Year, and Natalie Scarlett, winner of the Tech for Good award. Seize this moment and apply for the Midlands Women in Tech Awards today!
Previous winners of the Midlands Women in Tech Awards include Frankie Lewns, Co-Founder of Bloomwise Ltd, who won Start-Up Founder of the Year for her app that supports mental health in the workplace.
Natalie Scarlett, Founder of Black Heritage Support Service, was awarded the Tech for Good award for her work in providing knowledge and training to women in hard-to-reach communities to help them start careers in the tech sector.
Paula Bedborough was crowned Tech Entrepreneur of the Year for her product, Secure Socialising, a smart keyless locker system that aims to provide women with safer experiences in hospitality venues. These are just a few examples of the amazing women who have been recognized for their contributions to the tech sector at the Midlands Women in Tech Awards.
Entries for nomination are now open and readers can nominate someone they know – or even themselves – through the official online form, which can be found here.