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Submit Your Entry for the EveryWoman TV Global Awards Today!

Tell us in 500 words why you or the woman you are nominating should win this award. Choose the category or categories for which you want to nominate her or yourself. If you are entering more than one category, please make a separate entry with complete fee for each category. The Awards are made up of 15 Core categories and encompasses more sub-categories that allow diverse women from all walks of life to enter.The broad range of categories means - There is Something For Everyone! Good luck to you all!

You can enter categories more than one category.

Sports & leisure

e.g. championships, managers, sports equipment and products, sportswear (incl. private labels)

e.g. associations, clubs, leagues incl. e-sports, championships, tournaments


Telecommunications & IT

e.g. telecommunication companies, hardware and software companies, cloud solution providers, IT service providers


e.g. oSINGERS, ACTORS, COMEDIENS, OTHER TYPES OF FEMALE PERFOMANCES rchestras, concerts, museums, theaters, shows Movies, Culture & Concerts, Movies, Commercials & films




e.g. hotels, tour operators, airlines, travel marketers, restaurants, fast food chains, bakeries, highway service stations




e.g. Goods and Equipment

There are 7 different categories (plus one for a man!) that includes:

Honorable Mention:


HonouraryThe broad range of categories means there is something to suit everyone, including specific awards for non-profit making organisations and new start-ups.

ImpactFundraisingHumourCelebrityVirtual Events


Today would be the perfect day to take just a few minutes for a selfless act in recognising another woman for her achievements.


Voting for the nominations will open on 8th April and the winners will be revealed and presented with their award at the Global Woman Summit Gala Awards Dinner on 11th June. (There is an early bird 20% discount on tickets until 31st March).










Corporate Services

e.g. business and personnel consulting, tax consulting, lawyers, security services,  insurance companies & brokers, Banking & Financial Services,  pilot, Trade, Retail & e-Commerce,nurses, doctors , fighfoghter, accounts

Corporate Leader of the Year

This category is open to women in business who demonstrate being a proven leader in her business or organisation. Nominees will demonstrate outstanding leadership, and track record of building sales and profitability while energising and inspiring the people who report to her.

Influential Business Woman of the Year

This category is open to businesses owners or business women who have had a significant impact on the business. Winners in this category won’t be standing still and doing the same old things, they’ll be moving and shaking, leading in their markets.

Social Impact Award

This category will recognise the achievements of female individuals who have embedded socially and environmentally responsible practices within their business or organisation. Entrants will demonstrate significant innovation in either management and/or business practices or in their products or services and display a strong commitment to the environment, global change or an emerging female led field.

Humanitarian Award for work on a number of social issues:

Diversity & Inclusion

  • Gender Equality

  • Feminism and body positivity

  • Wage inequality. ...

  • #3. Healthcare. ...

  • #4. Housing. ...

  • #5. Voting rights. ...

  • #6. Reproductive rights. ...

  • #7. Book banning in schools. ...

  • #8. LGBTQ+ rights.

  • employment discrimination

  • Race discrimination and child abuse and neglect. Crime and substance abuse, etc

 You name it:- Hairdressing, Baby Products, Interior/Cake Decorators, Fashion & Beauty, Dog- grooming, Artists, Web-designer, Yoga, Dance Teacher, Cafe, Nutritionist, Health & Wellbeing, Dry-cleaners, Photography, Food & Drinks, School Grinds, etc.We are talking about any business that is owned and & managed by a 'supermum' a.k.a MUMPRENUER.

Lifetime Achievement Award

This award recognises the contribution of a phenomenal woman who, over the course of her whole career and lifetime, has given her time, energy and gifts to enhance the people and place where she lives. The winner of this award will boast a life story which acts as a guiding beacon to inspire others who share it with her.

Calling all nonfiction authors, editors, designers, publicists, social media managers, and publishing industry professionals.

Community Champion

This award is for women who alongside their usual work, either focus their business on giving back to the community or allocate time to working with non-for-profit organisations and community businesses.

Sustainability Award

Being “green” and “sustainable” in business terms means reducing or removing the harmful impact that products and/or services have on the environment. Open to female owned businesses, the winner of this category will ensure sustainability is at the core of their business operations.

Young Business Woman of the Year

For business women aged 30 or less (by 1st January 2023). Candidates will demonstrate significant achievements to date and be making a distinctive contribution in their field or career. Open to nominees who possess significant leadership potential and outstanding qualities or performance. Entrants will demonstrate their capacity to shape the future with their immense energy, dedication and flair.

STEM Business Woman of the Year

This category will celebrate business women operating in STEM businesses. This category is open to business owners, leaders and inspirational business women who have achieved accomplishments of significance over the past 12 months. Successful finalists will possess qualities of vision, innovation, entrepreneurial drive and leadership in STEM industries.

Employer of the Year

This category is open to female owned businesses. Our criterion to win this award is simple – tell us how you as an employer look after your employees so they take care of your business.


This award seeks nominations for an individual or organisation who has made a significant impact in championing the needs and rights of vulnerable children. This outstanding individual or organisation should have a proven track record in bringing together agencies in their locality in order to put vulnerable children at the heart.


This award recognises excellence in helping the transition from care into adult hood, equipping young people leaving care to have the best possible start. Evidence of ongoing support to working in partnership with the young person to promote independence will be key.


This special award will be given to an unpaid carer who, in the opinion of the judges, can demonstrate commitment and perseverance in helping to bring about better recognition and support for young carers. It seeks to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication that young carers show to their local community or society or the difference they have made to the life of a vulnerable person they are caring for.


This award recognises excellence in service provision to children with disabilities and their families. Nominees will demonstrate how they go the extra mile in promoting the ability of children with disabilities, amazing inter agency working across Health, social care and education and providing a truly child centred service.


The awards will recognise accomplishments at all levels and from across the whole of the social care sector; including services for older people, people with learning disabilities and/or autism and children, young people and families.


This award seeks to acknowledge and celebrate an exceptional employer who is committed to their employees delivering an excellent service to children, young people and families. Employers should be able to provide considerable acumen and entrepreneurial flair whilst at the same time having a sustained track record of delivering high quality care and managing improvement and change.


We are looking for the initiative that has helped promote positive change for the lives of vulnerable WOMAN and families. This person or team may be a care leaver or be working in the field of children and young people’s services. We are looking for an outstanding individual or team who works creatively and passionately to promote advocacy and wellbeing.

Politics Awards are returning for a second year to shine a spotlight on those in politics who behave with courtesy and decency to one another.elected
The non-elected influencer
local councillors
  • Politician of the Year

  • Bridge builders of the Year

  • Campaigner of the Year

Early Years Awards
Early Years Childcare & Education Awards
Open to registered settings offering sessional care and education. Your pre-school should display excellence in every aspect of care, learning and development for all children; provide inspirational environments; have an exemplary approach to staff development; and foster warm, supportive relationships with parents and carers.Community Support sessional staff, SERVICE PROVIDERS,  owner/manager

Nursery & Pre-School of the Year

supplier of the Year

Nursery nurse






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Business Woman of the Year

This category is open to business owners, leaders and inspirational business women who have achieved accomplishments of significance over the past 12 months. Successful finalists will possess qualities of vision, innovation, entrepreneurial drive, leadership and demonstrate their commitment to gender diversity.





  • Real Estate & Property

  • art and craft supplies


NEW Business Owner/s of the Year

The winner/s of this award will have created a business from scratch. Perhaps it may be in a niche area or will have brought a new MO to a familiar environment. The judges are looking for exceptional quality and dedication

OUTSTANDING DOMESTIC WORKERS; CLEANERS supermarket/hotels/hospitals/schools/ tube & Train stations, school runs/ dinner-ladies,


Brand Excellence

The best product and corporate brands in your industry, + manufacturers & Suppliers

New Business Models

Brand Innovation & new, disruptive business models and branches, innovative new product launches, crowdfunding approaches  Influencer Marketing

women in STEM


Events: Corporate events e.g.  Trade Fairs & exhibition companies, arenas, stadiums, venues

Brand Events live events

e.g. product launches, road shows, conferences, networking events, 

Festivals etc

mother of the yr Awards
Early Years Awards


Non-Governmental Organizations & Public Affairs

e.g. non-profit institutions, foundations, associations, city brands, regional brands, parties

community management,

2023 Categories

General advice for entering our awards:

- Entry deadline: Friday 12th May 2023.

- The content of your submission should reflect the work that has taken place over the past year from yourself, your nominee or your organisation.

Trailblazing migrant womanof the yr Awards


Creative Collaboration campainer

e.g. co-creation, collaboration platforms, forums and blogs, fundraising, arts and stories

women in STEM


Women in Media

e.g. media companies, publishers, newspapers, magazines, TV/digital broadcasts, researcher, prenter, announcer, TV/radio stations, Online news portals, Social Media

e.g. social media presence,Public Relations campaigns, blogs, podcasts,

The EVERYWOMAN TV Website is getting a makeover, I apologise if you have visited the website  recently ,becos you would have noticed that there hasnt been any new updates instead there are promotional offers still there on the landing page.

you would have noticed that that I took some time off from producing our shows for our sky channel, so I'm going to use this opportunity to explain why. That is because, being a solopreneur, I needed the time to off to focus on developing 2 more items/products in order to expand and strenghten the  EveryWoman TV  brand. I'm going to introduce these another day so pls keep an eye out on this page main page for announcements. EveryWoman TV Show resumes next week Friday at our usual time of 8am, you can watch it here, on our website, including our Youtube Channel, and on later days on our ROKU where we have most of our post-SKY Broadcast episodes available to streaming for free to millions worldwide.

On your ROKU device, simply search EVERYWOMAN TV to find our channel.

NOW ..On the side of DTV, I'm also very pleased to inform you that our Presenter, Ms Ava Collopy is back with a new series of The Book Show on Diversity Television. Your multicultural TV channel in Ireland, we're making plans to start similar broadcast service in the UK as well so that programmes would cover both the UK and the Republic of Ireland. So , we are looking for sponsorship, in case you know anyone who might be able to help, please do let us know. DTV is also sreaming on independently on ROKU, just search Diversity Television. 

Back to EveryWoman TV, I'm even more excited to announce that we've gone into a mutual partnership with a UK company, wherby we're able to be using their space from time to time to be doing some of work. A collaboration that I'm  hoping would be beneficial to both parties in the long run.  I have recorded a short interview with one of the co-founders, aboout their business.  You can watch that interview here on Friday morning.

Now, you know what I've been upto . On the publishing side, I'd like to express my regrets because our latest publication was delayed due to other comitments, Please let's get excited a bit because I now have some news soon, and will let you all know about release dates soon.

Thank you for your time, and stay blessed! Bye.

The updated docuseries will "showcase the tireless work of six activists and the impact they have advocating for causes they deeply believe in. Each activist will be awarded a cash grant for the organization of their choice, as was planned for the original show."the judging aspect of the show missed the mark and furthermore, that I am not qualified to act as a judge. …

The updated docuseries will "showcase the tireless work of six activists and the impact they have advocating for causes they deeply believe in. Each activist will be awarded a cash grant for the organization of their choice, as was planned for the original show."the judging aspect of the show missed the mark and furthermore, that I am not qualified to act as a judge. …

"Activists and community leaders around the world work every day, often without fanfare, to advance protections for people, communities, and our planet," the statement concluded. "We hope that by showcasing their work we will inspire more people to become more involved in addressing the world's most pressing issues. We look forward to highlighting the mission and lives of each of these incredible people," read the statement.

WE ARE not competition - WE ARE NOT JUDGING definitely NOT JUDGING YOU ...FOR JUDGING.


We apologize to the activists, hosts and the larger activist community — we got it wrong."

"It is our responsibility to use this platform in the most effective way to realize change and elevate the incredible activists dedicating their lives to progress all around the world."

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