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Nominate someone for the VIVA400 2019

19 August 2019

You can now nominate someone for the VIVA400 2019 awards. Who do you think deserves a spot in the VIVA400 list?

VIVA400

VIVA400 (website in Dutch) is the platform and network by and for ambitious and enterprising women. VIVA400 candidates are great inspiration sources for other women because of what they do, the successes that they’ve achieved and what they still want to accomplish.

Six categories

This year, just like every year, 400 women will be chosen as candidates on the basis of their achievements. These are women who have been in the spotlight in the past year for winning a prize, for example, or for coming up with a unique idea, starting their own successful business or giving an outstanding performance. In short: successful women who have made a difference. The VIVA400 awards are presented by an occupational jury in six different categories:

  • Creatives
  • Care givers
  • Change makers
  • Powerhouses
  • Business leaders
  • Tech talents

Do you have a colleague or student who you would like to suggest? Nominations are open until 1 October. The VIVA400 awards will be presented in December.

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