Lapsley won the PRS for Music Foundation New Artist Award while Years & Years’ manager Kinn took the Rising Star Award.
Long, director of Westbury Music, was added to the Women In Music Roll of Honour alongside Rebecca Allen, Decca Records’ managing director, Coda live agent Natasha Bent and nine others (full details below).
Elsewhere, the Media Pioneer gong was awarded to MOBO founder Kanya King, marking the first award ever given to her by the music industry.
She said in her acceptance speech: ‘I've dedicated my life to celebrating the excellence of other, so it's humbling to receive this award. To any young female I would say, ‘Don't strive to be a person of success, but a person of merit.”’
The Inspirational Artist Award went to Scottish singer songwriter KT Tunstall and Businesswoman Of The Year went to Nicola Tuer, chief operating officer of Sony Music UK.
The final accolade was the Outstanding Contribution Award, which went to WIN chief executive Alison Wenham.
The ceremony took place on 11 November at Kensington’s Royal Garden Hotel to celebrate the achievements of some of the most influential women in music.
It was hosted by Music Week and supported by UK Music and AIM.
Rising Star: Martha Kinn
Campaigner: Alison Tickell, CEO, Julie’s Bicycle
PRS For Music Foundation New Artist: Lapsley
Media Pioneer: Kanya King, founder, MOBO
Inspirational Artist: KT Tunstall
Business Woman Of The Year: Nicola Tuer, COO, Sony Music UK
Outstanding Contribution: Alison Wenham, CEO, WIN
Roll Of Honour:
Rebecca Allen, managing director, Decca Records
Natasha Bent, live agent, Coda
Lucy Blair, director, international sales and marketing, The Orchard
Fiona Haycock, executive producer, Music Industry Trusts Award
Sam Isles, VP, artist services, Ticketmaster, international, and managing director, TicketWeb
Pascale Khalaf, VP, synchronisation and licensing, Warner/Chappell
Paulette Long, director, Westbury Music
Emmy Lovell, VP, digital, Warner Music
Damaris Rex-Taylor, general manager, Disturbing London
Sandie Shaw, co-chair, Featured Artist Coalition
Jane Third, SVP, Because Music
Carla Marie Williams, songwriter and founder, Girls I Rate