PCR’s Top Women in Tech: submit your entry now!

For its November issue, our sister-title PCR is dedicating its pages to the most influential women in the UK tech channel.

The publication will be highlighting 25 women that have made a positive impact in the industry over the past year, whether they’re a marketing wizard, a sales champion, a PR genius, a retailing guru, or an inspiring CEO – PCR wants to know about them!

To ensure it celebrates the cream of the crop, we’re inviting you to nominate yourselves or you colleagues for consideration in the Top 25 Women in Tech list.

For a chance to be included, all you have to do is email PCR editor Laura Barnes at laura.barnes@futurenet.com with the subject line “Women in Tech Submission". Make sure you include the following information:

– Who you are nominating
– Which company they work for
– Their full job title
– Why they should be considered (what great/impressive/inspiring thing(s) they have achieved over the past year)
– Email or phone number for the person (or their company) that you are nominating

All submissions must be sent over before October 10th. Submission doesn’t guarantee inclusion, and the final list will be decided by the PCR team.

The November issue will be a Women in Tech special. So, along with the Top 25 list, PCR is also looking for opinion pieces and profiles from women in the industry. If you would like to get involved in any of these, please send your enquiry to Laura Barnes at the email address above.

If you would like to advertise in the Women in Tech special, get in touch with Sarah Goldhawk at sarah.goldhawk@futurenet.com now as ad spaces are limited.

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