The search is on for the UK’s super achievers

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Pitman Training has launched the Super Achiever Awards to reward people who are committed to driving their careers forward. With nominations now open, the organisation is looking to recognise a top PA.

Pitman has gathered a panel of successful businesswomen to judge the nominations and choose a winner for PA of the Year, including Laura Schwartz, ex-Director of Events for the White House; Sophie Goddard, Cosmopolitan journalist; Kate Hardcastle, businesswoman, charity founder and TV and media commentator; and Marion Lowrence, PA Hub founder and previous Super Achievers award winner.

The winner will be acknowledged along with the panel’s picks for Young Achiever of the Year, Working Mum, Business Newcomer and Student of the Year.

Nominations are open from now until 31 January 2014. To enter yourself or someone you know for free, visit

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    Molly Dyson

    Former Editor – PA Life

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