The awards showcase the diversity of successful businesses run by Kiwi mums.
Entries are open to New Zealand citizens who own or part own a business that is between two and 10 years old. They must have started the business while raising a child.
People can also nominate others by entering their email address on the site and they’ll receive a note encouraging them to put themselves forward.
There are six categories up for grabs: best online and technology business, best product or service, best food and beverage business, best social enterprise or not for profit, best creative business and supreme mumtrepreneur of the year.
The grand prize up for grabs is a flight to LA or Hong Kong.
Every category finalist will also receive a voucher to attend a BNZ Women in Business Workshop, lead by master executive coach Sue Lindsay.
The judges are Trilogy co-founder Catherine De Groot, start up advisor Tui Te Hau and Loyalty NZ CEO Stephen England-Hall.
Last year’s overall winner was Bridgit Hawkins, who created ReGen, an app that helps dairy farmers irrigate effectively.
Category champs included The Growth Collective, Brollysheets and Rock My Baby.
Entries close on June 15, so get nominating here.