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She means business: Learning for women at IMEX Frankfurt

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She means business: Learning for women at IMEX Frankfurt

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Gender politics has hit the headlines again recently – issues affecting women at work, such as gender equality and career advancement, are more prominent than ever. In the meeting and event sector, where women comprise the majority of the workforce, these topics are particularly pressing.

This is evident in the huge response from women around the world to the survey ‘Women in the Events Industry – equal partners or assistants?’ launched last year by tw tagungswirtschaft magazine and the m + a report in conjunction with the IMEX Group.

Carina Bauer, CEO of IMEX Group, explains: “It has long been noticeable that whilst women are in the majority in the meetings industry, they are in the minority in leadership positions. We want to play our part in highlighting the challenges that women face, but more importantly helping to introduce solutions. The best way to do this is to bring people together for open conversation, collaboration and learning.”

Conversation, collaboration and learning top the agenda at a new event to be launched at IMEX in Frankfurt next year. She Means Business, taking place the day before the show on Monday 14 May, as part of EduMonday, is a new half day conference celebrating the role of women in the industry. Meeting and event strategists – both female and male – are invited to share expertise and learn from inspiring speakers and mentors.

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