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Prairie Business seeks nominations for 2022's Top 25 Women in Business

The nomination period will close at the end of day Friday, Jan. 14.

Prairie Business 2022 Top 25 Women in Business
Prairie Business 2022 Top 25 Women in Business
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. • The countdown has begun. Prairie Business, which opened nominations for its annual Top 25 Women in Business, will close the nomination period on Friday, Jan. 14.

The online nomination form for 2022 can be accessed here: .

This year’s recipients will be profiled in the March issue of the magazine.

The Top 25 Women in Business honors some of the region's most successful and noteworthy business women. Nominations highlight female business leaders in North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota, whose achievements make them stand out in their companies and communities.

Each nomination must include details of the candidate’s business accomplishments, as well as information of any civic work or volunteerism.


“Prairie Business always looks forward to receiving nominations for its Top 25 Women in Business,” said Editor Andrew Weeks. “This is a nice platform to recognize women in business, to acknowledge the good work that women from many backgrounds do every day, year after year, across the region.”

Nominations will close at the end of the day on Friday, Jan. 14.

For additional information, contact Weeks at

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