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Nominations Are Now Open For The 2023 Achieving Women Awards Happening On March 1, 2023 As an initiative of Entrepreneur Middle East Impact, the 2023 Achieving Women Awards aims to celebrate the accomplishments of women across the MENA who have set themselves up as role models for the region's business community.

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Nominations are now open for the 2023 Achieving Women Awards, which will be staged on March 1, 2023, at Sofitel The Palm in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

As an initiative of Entrepreneur Middle East Impact, the 2023 Achieving Women Awards aims to celebrate the accomplishments of women across the MENA who have set themselves up as role models for the region's business community.

The 2023 Achieving Women Awards 2023 will be presented in a number of different categories, and nominations can be submitted through the event's official website, which also lists all of the necessary guidelines for the process.

The deadline for entries is February 15, 2023; so, rush in your nominations HERE as soon as you can!

Related: The Recap: Achieving Women Awards 2019

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