Application Form

Click Here To download the 2016 Entry form .Or fill out the form Online here.

You may self nominate or nominate someone you believe should be recognised.


Applicable to 3rd party nominations (where a person nominating is not the business owner)


Your Details


Have you ever won any awards, whether personally or for the business?


Have you ever benefitted from any developmental program by Government e.g. Financial Assistance Policy (FAP), Local Procurement Program (LPP), LEA,
Youth Grant etc?



Please provide your company profile and any other supporting documents

Your nominee’s background:

Innovator of the Year: This category will recognize unique products, services or business models developed by female led organisations to resolve market needs. The innovation would be one that the market has “subconsciously” been waiting for, judging by the response.
What has this woman invented or enhanced an existing product or service in a unique way?
Young Female Entrepreneur of the Year: This category will recognize the achievements of female entrepreneurs under the age of 35.
Tell us how she started?
Male Dominated Industry Award: This category seeks to unearth and celebrate those women making a mark in areas previously dominated by male counterparts like construction, mining, architecture, engineering, ICT and professional services. Tell us how she managed to make it?
Social Entrepreneur of the Year: An entrepreneur who has encouraged participation of community members, especially women in empowering themselves.
How has she empowered women in her community to be self sustained ?
The Female Collaboration Award: This award seeks to recognize 100% female shareholders whose collaboration has yielded positive results, thus having their business recognized as a key market player.
Share with us what you admire about these women working together.
The Informal Business Woman Award: This award seeks to celebrate women who started with little or no formal business or educational background and have managed to sustain themselves through growth in the trade of informal business.
Share with us how this woman has developed or grew from being an informal trader.

Forms to be returned to:

P O Box AD 102 ADD

Kgale View


Forms available at Department of Gender Affairs’ national offices Francistown, Gaborone, Ghanzi, Kanye, Kasane, Maun, Phikwe, Serowe, Tsabong.

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