Red magazine's Red Women of the Year 2014, sponsored by Clinique, will aim to honour the UK's "smartest and savviest women".
The ten award categories will recognise women in industries including digital, creative, charity and style.
Judges for this year's awards include: Red magazine editor-in-chief Sarah Bailey; Labour MP Rachel Reeves; Decoded co-founder Kathryn Parsons; Red agony aunt and psychotherapist Philippa Perry; BskyB managing director, content, Sophie Turner Laing; journalist and broadcaster Kirsty Wark; Halebury chairwoman and co-founder Janvi Patel, Clinique UK & Ireland vice president general manager Janet Saunders; and The Daily Telegraph's fashion editor Lisa Armstrong.
Red's six-month multi-platform partnership with Clinque will include bespoke content in the magazine and across social media. Weeklong interactive content hub 'Smart Women Week' on Redonline.co.uk will feature interviews, web chats and Twitter takeovers with high-profile business people to aid Red readers improve their working lives.