ToyNews Women of the Year feature to return in 2017

ToyNews’ Women of the Year power list will star in the June issue of the magazine, which aims to shine the spotlight on women from all areas of the UK toy space, including PR, marketing, sales, design and more.
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ToyNews is bringing back its successful Women of the Year power list once again, which aims to champion those who go above and beyond in the toy industry.

Set to be published in the June issue of ToyNews, the feature aims to recognise women from all areas of the UK toy business, whether that is within marketing, sales, design or as a rising star.

Last year’s list was another corker, filled with seasoned members of the industry from sales directors and inventors to PR execs and managing directors, as well as entrepreneurs.

Once again, this feature is open to every woman in the UK toy space, including those of you who may have appeared in 2016’s Women of the Year listing.

“I’m thrilled to be a part of a feature that champions women from all areas of the UK toy space and recognises the achievements that they have accomplished throughout the past 12 months,” commented Jade Burke, deputy editor of ToyNews.

“I hope the whole of the toy industry gets involved again and makes it another success.”

If you’re looking to put yourself forward, or a friend or colleague, then be sure to act fast as the nomination period has opened, meaning you have until Monday 1st May, 2017 to get your final nominations in.

If you know of a woman that you believe deserves to shine in the limelight or someone who has inspired the industry and deserves recognition with a ToyNews Women of the Year placing, then get your nominations in now by sending their name, job title and reasons why to rhutchins@nbmedia.com.

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