Category

Rising Star Awards

Rising Stars logo, Rising Star AwardsOur Rising Star Awards are the only awards of their kind to focus solely on the pipeline of female talent below management level. The aim of the awards is to recognise and celebrate 50 female role models and individual contributors across 10 different industries who represent the future leaders of tomorrow.

WeAreTheCity.com was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events.  The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working women in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.

Emma Clarke featured
13
Nov

Rising Star: What happened next for Emma Clarke

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
Jennifer Smith featured
09
Nov

Rising Stars: What happened next for Jennifer Smith

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
Coleen Mensa featured
06
Nov

Rising Stars: What happened next for Coleen Mensa

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
Samantha Eustace featured
02
Nov

Rising Stars: What happened next for Samantha Eustace

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
claudine-adeyemi
30
Oct

Rising Star alumni goes big with Career Ear app

Rising Star alumni, Claudine Adeyemi, founder and CEO of Career Ear has announced a new partnership with O2’s Go Think Big. The partnership will drive forward a shared vision of widening access to opportunities and careers advice to young people throughout the UK. They will share more opportunities to engage with young people; particularly those...
Read More
30
Oct

Rising Stars: What happened next for Erika Oteri

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
Jane Harley featured
26
Oct

Rising Stars: What happened next for Jane Harley

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
Misba Khan featured
24
Oct

Rising Stars: What happened next for Misba Khan

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
Read More
1 2 3 12
X