#Superwomen2019: Social Samosa is back with the 4th edition of Social Media Superwomen
If you had a dream of your superpowers being recognized by the Ad and Marketing world, it’s about to come true. Social Samosa is back with the fourth edition of Social Media Superwomen.
#Superwomen2019 is celebrating the superpowers of women from Indian Media & Marketing Industry who have come out fearless, influencing the digital advertising era.
Proud to announce the fourth edition of Social Media #Superwomen2019 to Celebrate Brave, Fearless and the most Influential Women from Indian Media, Marketing and Advertising Industry!
Tag the Superwomen around you or better nominate them here directly https://t.co/FzlBmIU7Fo pic.twitter.com/AoHD48G18B
— Social Samosa (@Social_Samosa) February 15, 2019
You may have the super strength to carry a campaign on your shoulders or the super speed to meet the deadline or the X-ray vision to predict a trend or the invulnerability to manage an account fluently. If you or someone you know has any of these superpowers, nominate yourself (or them) before 24th February 2019 by filling the form here.
The 2019 Class of Superwomen will be evaluated by the Veteran Class of Superwomen – Srija Chatterjee, Managing Director, Publicis India; Lara Balsara Vajifdar, Executive Director, Madison World; Rasika Tognatta; Pooja Jauhari, CEO, The Glitch; Ritu Gupta, Director-Marketing, Dell India; Anamika Sirohi, VP & Head of Marketing, Hindware; Anita Nayyar, CEO India & South East Asia at Havas Media Group.
Our esteemed jury panel will pick #Superwomen2019 across these categories – Media Leaders, Brand Marketers, Agency Professionals, Bloggers/Creators.
Also Read: Make way for the Social Media Superwomen of 2018
Not nominating yourself would increase your chances to lose by 100%. So, if you think that there was a single moment in your whole career where you emerged as a Superwoman, nominate yourself.
The winners of #Superwomen2019 would be announced on 8th March 2019, on the occasion of International Women’s Day not because it’s a day to celebrate women, they should be celebrated every day but because it was the focal point of the upward movement of women and so is #Superwomen2019.