Outstanding Women in Business
2023 Nomination Form

Welcome to NH Business Review's 2023 Outstanding Women in Business Awards, which celebrate the success and achievements of women in our state's business community and are open to women from all walks of life and professions.

Nominees can be in traditional fields of business, others breaking the rules of their industries. They can be high level executives in profit-making companies, visionary entrepreneurs who are blazing new trails or leaders of nonprofit organizations or public agencies who are truly making a difference. What candidates should share is a strong sense of self, a success driven work ethic and the extraordinary accomplishments to show for it.

The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, February 3, 2023.

You can find a Word doc with all questions here.

Entry rules and suggestions:
Nominations need to be received by Friday, February 3, 2023.
Previous winners are ineligible for two years since the last award-winning entry.
All criteria sections are required in order for your nomination to be considered complete.
Supporting documents are not required, but highly recommended in order to provide a strong, well-rounded nomination for the judges.
Be sure to have these items accessible before starting the online nomination form.

Need help? Have questions? Please contact Paul Milone for assistance.

  • Please give us some information about your nominee.

  • Nominator Information

    Please take a moment to tell us about yourself and your contact information (If you do not have a business name, work phone, or one of the fields does not apply below, etc. please enter "none" into the field.)
  • Outstanding Women in Business Nomination Form Questions

    Please provide brief descriptions/evidence of how this nominee demonstrates each of the following criterion. Minimum of 200 words per section recommended.
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, gif, png, pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 50 MB.
      Examples of supporting documents include: published articles naming your nominee directly, press releases, awards earned, community outreach initiatives, letters of recommendation from members of the community, etc.