Time is running out to nominate for the Women in Travel 2019 Power List!

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The entry gates to the Women in Travel Awards 2019 are well and truly closed, and tickets to the event are being snapped up left, right and centre.

But before we go ahead and reveal the awards shortlist, Travel Weekly is collecting nominations for the annual Women in Travel Power List!

Anyone (and we mean anyone) can nominate for the Power List, and it’s super-easy to do.

So, if you know a female that’s currently killing it in the travel industry – it could be a friend, colleague, mentor, or even yourself – put her name forward here.

However, you’ve only got until this Friday (10 May) to nominate, before we pass on the names to our esteemed judges, who will have the difficult task of whittling the nominations down to a Power List of 20 female trailblazers.

If you missed out seeing who made last year’s Power List, you can get up to speed by clicking here.

This year’s Power List will be unveiled at the Women in Travel Awards 2019, which is being held on Thursday 20 June at Sydney’s Doltone House – Hyde Park. Secure your spot at the awards (if you haven’t already) here.

Best of luck to all nominees, and a big thanks to our sponsors for supporting the Women in Travel Awards 2019!

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