From curling to brewing; from design to airports and conferences, here are five trailblazers supreme
Such was the quality of this year's nominees that we created an individual First Women of Manufacturing award, featuring five remarkable women
Meet six women in business services whose achievements deserve all the recognition they will receive at the 2013 First Women Awards…
This year's First Women of Public Service award will be presented to one of six extraordinary women, who had created new public bodies or pioneered new thinking
A successful hacker-turned-business-owner ponders how to cultivate the next generation of employees.
Eight years into building the perfect corporate career, Lyndsey Simpson decided to start her own business.
Working mothers are still held back by inflexible working practices, despite companies' awareness that this is hampering productivity.
On International Women's Day, Alice Barnard looks back at decades of inequality – and at where we are today.
June 12, 2013. London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square
The 2012 "First Woman of Engineering and Manufacturing" Julie Kenny argues that the UK's most important companies are being overlooked and, as a result, not delivering their full potential to the UK economy
Meet 11 trailblazers making a mark on Britain: Congratulations to the pioneering women honoured at the First Women Awards 2012 on June 28!
We're excited to be assembling Britain's most pioneering businesswomen – Real Business will be hosting the First Women awards in central London tomorrow.