Sisters Not Strangers: “Bringing Back The Juice” Event Celebrates Unprecedented Success, Showcases Power Of Collaboration In Women In Advertising
The Women in Advertising, a dynamic community of female professionals in the advertising industry has hosted an extraordinary event that brings together leading women practitioners in the advertising industry.
The event which was themed “Sisters Not Strangers: Bringing Back the Juice,” and took place on Saturday 16th September 2023 underscored the incredible achievements that are possible through collaboration and empowerment.
The event, held at the prestigious X3M Ideas campus, and it was a testament to the unyielding dedication of women in advertising to foster professional growth, creativity, and camaraderie. With a commitment to excellence and a passion for innovation, this year’s event set a new standard for what can be achieved when talented women unite.
Delivering the keynote speech, renowned industry leader, Mrs. Julia Oku Jacks graced the event with her presence, sharing invaluable insights and experiences. The stories resonated deeply with attendees and left an indelible mark.
Empowering Fireside Chats: Engaging discussions on innovation, technology in advertising, and the future of the industry provided a platform for women to exchange ideas and strategies for success.
The event facilitated meaningful connections and networking among attendees, fostering collaboration and the exchange of creative ideas. The power of this network promises to extend well beyond the event.
The event witnessed dazzling creativity and talent by the attendees reaffirming that women in advertising are at the forefront of groundbreaking creativity from spoken word performances, monologues, and elevator pitch presentations.
The resounding success of “Sisters Not Strangers: Bringing Back the Juice” has not only left attendees inspired and motivated but has also created a sense of urgency among practitioners in the advertising industry to forge ahead purposefully to build an inspiring industry. The fear of missing out on the next event is palpable, as women in advertising recognize the immense value of collaboration and the limitless possibilities that lie ahead.
in her remarks, the Chairman of Women in Advertising, Oluwaseyi Layade said “Today’s event was a remarkable celebration of the talent, creativity, and tenacity of women in advertising. It’s evident that when we come together and support each other, we can achieve extraordinary things.”
As the Women in Advertising community looks to the future, the message is clear: the power of collaboration, mentorship, and empowerment can shape the advertising industry’s landscape and drive positive change.