Management Today lists under 35

This week saw the launch of Management Today's 35 women under 35 in 2008. As we went through the list of generation Y we discovered 5 female internet heroes: Christina Domecq, Madeleine Milne, Sarah Curran, Sanchita Saha and Philippa Snare.

CHRISTINA DOMECQ 31
Christina Domecq is co-founder and chief executive of Spinvox, a voice-to-text messaging service that employs 300 globally and makes customers’ lives easier . For her, being an entrepreneur is not a career option – it’s a vocation. Se has set up three businesses, an IT consultancy and IT training, since the age of 20. In 2006 she was Ernst & Young’s UK Entrepreneur of the Year.

MADELEINE MILNE 33
Madeleine Milne joined eMusic in 2006. She launched its digital-music retail operation in Europe and developed it into the second- biggest business after iTunes.

SARAH CURRAN 35
This former Times journalist started the fashion retailer My-wardrobe.com in 2006. Selling collections from labels such as See by Chloe, she heads a team of 30, and last year launched the Design Incubator for new talent.

SANCHITA SAHA 32
As founder and chief executive Sanchita Saha launched a social- networking site for London professionals City Socialising last year. It has since gone national, with plans to expand it into the Continent. On freeindex 83% of the reviews about the site are positive.

PHILIPPA SNARE 34
Philippa Snare joined Microsoft UK in 2000 and is now group director of the Windows Live commercial business. She built a £5m dotcom business in classified ads at Scoot before joining Yell to manage business development. She told Naymz her goal is to become one of the most professional, well respected and renowned women in the IT industry, known for being fair, effective, efficient and knowledgeable.

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