Takin’ it to the Street…

It's sure to be a major scramble among PR execs who know a great opportunity when they see one. The Wall Street Journal's first-ever global Technology Innovation Awards. The
awards competition, which has been staged in Europe since 2001, is open to individuals, companies and organizations throughout the world. It will cover a wide range of areas:
medicine, software, hardware, the Internet, wireless and broadcasting. Innovations can be in the form of new products, patents, inventions, ideas or services and should break with
conventional processes rather than simply improving upon existing products and services. Winners will be announced in "The Journal Report" on Nov. 15, 2004. Contact:
Jennifer.dauble@dowjones.com...The Journal is also launching its first global "Top 50 Women Watch" rankings, which will recognize women who have achieved noteworthy successes in
business in the past year and who are poised to play a prominent role in business in the future. Nominations are now being accepted (deadline is July 15); winners will be
published globally in "The Journal Report" on Nov. 8, 2004. Contact is same as above...The Journal and the Business Marketing Association of New York will honor Connie Weaver,
Executive Vice President, Public Relations, Marketing & Brand at AT&T, as the 2004 Communicator of the Year. Weaver will be feted Thursday, June 24 at New York's Tavern on
the Green. Contact: Dorothy@ashwaygroup.com; 201.610.1300.