Terms & Conditions

Nomination Guidelines

  1. Nominations can be submitted for female entrepreneurs or members of an organisation’s senior management team from all industries in the private sector.
  2. Colleagues, clients, family and friends can send in nominations or candidates can nominate themselves.
  3. There is no charge to nominate and you can enter as many categories as you wish.
  4. Information provided should be relevant to the candidate’s/company’s activities in the previous 18 months from point of nomination.
  5. Nominations should ideally include details of company revenues where specified (although this is not mandatory at the application stage).
  6. For purpose of these criteria, applicants for the ‘Young Businesswoman of the Year Award’ must be under 35 years of age on 31st December 2019 to enter this category.
  7. Only nominations from the private sector will be accepted.
  8. Businesses must operate in Malta, and subsidiaries of foreign companies based in Malta are eligible to apply.
  9. Previous winners of the award can be nominated again only after a minimum period of three years has elapsed.
  10. The judges will decide the winners based on the written confirmations of the submissions, so try to include as much information as possible, providing meaningful figures/statistics to support points.
  11. Nominations close at noon on Wednesday, 1st April 2020. 
  12. The winners will be announced exclusively at the Malta Businesswoman of the Year 2018 Awards ceremony on 13th June 2020.