Marketers shine light on gender imbalance for Women of Tomorrow Awards

Brand marketers are taking to the stage to press the issue of gender imbalance at the top of the advertising, marketing and media industries.

Marketers shine light on gender imbalance for Women of Tomorrow Awards

Kerry Chilvers, brand director at Direct Line Group, and Kate Dale, head of brand and strategy at Sport England, will join Erminia Blackden, head of strategy at Partners Andrews Aldridge, and Simon Peck, group managing director at Engine, in a breakfast panel debate chaired by Campaign’s global editor-in-chief Claire Beale on Thursday November 9.

The session, hosted at Engine’s offices, is to mark the launch of the fourth Women of Tomorrow Awards, run by the IPA in partnership with Campaign. The awards champion female talent across agencies, media owners and clients.  

The aim of the debate is to explore how the industries can best work together to promote action on gender diversity and to suggest practical solutions.

Places are limited. Register to attend for free here

The 2018 awards will be co-chaired by IPA president Sarah Golding and Beale, with a shortlist of entries announced in February before an awards ceremony on International Women’s Day, Thursday 8 March. Engine has created a series of print ads and will also be producing a series of podcasts to promote the awards. 

To enter the awards click here.


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