Campaign India Team
Jan 11, 2023

Women Leading Change 2023: Entries open

Entries to close on 13 February, with winners to be announced in March

Women Leading Change 2023: Entries open
Entries for the second edition of Campaign India's Women Leading Change awards are now open.
The Women Leading Change Awards, presented by Campaign India, recognise and celebrate the contributions of female trailblazers in the marketing communications industry. These awards honour women who lead, inspire, and motivate others while also championing the advancement of their female peers.
Recipients of the Women Leading Change Awards are recognised for their exceptional leadership and innovative contributions to the fields of marketing, communications and branding. They are individuals who have set themselves apart as pioneers, and their work has had a meaningful impact on the industry. These awards celebrate their achievements, and serve as an inspiration for other women in the field
Along with the Awards, Campaign India will invite women from diverse backgrounds to share their success stories as part of the event. The winners will be announced around International Women's Day (8 March).
To enter the awards, click here. For award entries and queries regarding Women Leading Change, contact Dinika Tahilramani.

For sponsorship queries, reach out to Unnati Joseph.
Key Dates:
Early bird deadline: 31 January 2023 (Rs. 5,500 + GST)
Final entry deadline: 13 February (Rs. 6,500 + GST)
Campaign India

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