Nominations Open For Women In Design

Nominations Open For Women In Design

Written by Jenna Adrian-Diaz, healthcare design

Hospitality DesignDesign:retailHealthcare DesignEnvironments for Aging, and Contract magazines have come together for the second annual Women in Design event, a cross-industry program from the design group of Emerald Expositions.

Women In Design sets out to acknowledge and honor some of the most influential women in the magazines’ respective industries. Nominations are open through Friday, May 10.

Nominations are solicited from designers, educators, manufacturers, design leaders, and experts from across the country. All nominees are reviewed and selected by a jury of editors from each of the magazines.

Honorees will be celebrated at a special luncheon on Friday, Oct. 4, at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge in New York. Tickets will be available soon.

Click here to submit a nomination. For information on the 2018 winners, go here.

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