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EEAA announces line-up for Women’s Day event

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Representatives from Fairfax, Qantas, Reed Exhibitions Australia, Tourism Australia and Doltone House will join the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) for its International Women’s Day breakfast next month.

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Business events community invited to celebrate women in the industry

EEAA chief executive Joyce DiMascio has called on the business events community to celebrate the lives and achievements of women who have helped to shape events in Australia.

“The theme for International Women’s Day for this year is #BeBoldForChange. The women we will have on stage to share their personal stories are driving innovation and success. They are true leaders of the industry in corporate meetings, incentives, conventions, exhibitions and major public events,” said DiMascio.

“I encourage the men and women of our industry to show their support for our leading women and our future leaders by joining me and our association on March 8 at Doltone House Hyde Park, Sydney.”

DiMascio will lead the on-stage conversation with Sarah Pohlman, general manager – events at Fairfax Media; Michelle Walter, head of partnerships, community and events at Qantas; Penny Lion, executive general manager events at Tourism Australia; Julia Erben, event director at Reed Exhibitions; and Anna Cesarano, CEO at Doltone House.

EEAA will also be supporting the charity, Fitted for Work which helps disadvantaged women get back to work and fits them with donated corporate clothing.

The event is open to all who work in the events industry. Tickets are available here.

 

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