Entries for the ninth annual Encouraging Women into Franchising awards are open.
You don’t have to be an EWIF member to take part, plus they’re free to enter.
The 2019 categories are:
New Woman Franchisor of the Year. Sponsored by Daisy First Aid.
New Woman Franchisee of the Year. Sponsored by NatWest.
Woman Franchise Employee of the Year. Sponsored by What Franchise.
Woman Franchisor of the Year. Sponsored by Franchise Finance.
Woman Franchisee of the Year. Sponsored by McDonald’s.
Young Woman (Under 30) in Franchising of the Year. Sponsored by Darwin Gray LLP.
Service Provider of the Year (male or female service provider supporting women in franchising). Sponsored by the International Franchise Show.
Inspirational Woman in Franchising. Sponsored by Little Voices.
Why should you enter the EWIF Awards 2019?
Entering awards is a great thing to do, regardless of whether or not you’re nominated.
The process of writing an entry allows you to reflect on your progress and take stock of all your successes.
Taking the time to reward and celebrate achievements with your support teams and franchisees can give the business, and more importantly the people working in it, a boost.
They’re also an effective way of gaining publicity for your brand and gain added trust and credibility.
In addition, the awards are a great opportunity for entrants to network with other finalists and attend the exclusive awards reception, plus there’s the potential to attract more would-be franchisees and position your brand as ‘best in class’.
All entries must be submitted before 5pm on February 27, 2019, with the finalists being announced on March 26.
For more information visit www.ewif.org/2019-natwest-ewif-awards/
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