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Ascend Global Media Launches Women in Finance Online Festival

Ascend Global Media has announced the launch of its Women in Finance Online Festival, to be held on 23rd – 25th February. The virtual event will feature over 100 speakers for a three-day online celebration of the women leading the recovery of the global economy by transforming the financial services.

The speaker lineup that currently includes Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Founder and Executive Chair at Snoop, Joanna Place, Chief Operating Officer at Bank of England and Colleen Ostrowski, SVP & Treasurer at Visa, with many more are yet to be announced.

The event includes interactive features such as Meet the Speakers Q&A, job function-specific networking meetups and Wellbeing Sessions for access to yoga, wellbeing and nutrition sessions. Premium ticket holders will also have access to Day 1 pre-event workshops and networking features including the Careers Advice Clinic where attendees can book 15-minute slots with confirmed speakers to gain advice pertaining to their professional development.

Unique networking opportunities through the virtual platform and the event’s matchmaking feature will allow attendees to connect directly with one another and expand their professional network.

“Women’s careers in the financial services are statistically known to peak at middle-management before leaving the industry altogether. Now when you add how the pandemic has disproportionately affected women’s careers into the mix, there’s a real need for a global platform that not only provides opportunities to invest their careers but also provides content that helps women in finance solve real-world problems,” said Michaela Jeffery-Morrison, Co-founder and CEO of Ascend Global Media.

Tickets are on sale now. To find out more about what’s in store at the Women in Finance Online Festival, including the full confirmed speaker line up, featured sessions, and remaining sponsorship opportunities, please visit the event website here. 

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