The second Women of the Future Awards Southeast Asia was held in Singapore yesterday, proudly supported by Aviva. The awards aim to build a platform to showcase regional emerging leaders, who are tomorrow’s game-changers, disrupting stereotypes and driving positive impactful change. This is just one of many initiatives within the Women of the Future programme, the vision of which is to build a global, collaborative network of women. It was a wonderful evening full of inspiring stories. Congratulations to all winners as well as all those shortlisted.
This initiative is an integral part of a vision to build a global, collaborative network of women. Woman of the Future believe the strength of their brand in the UK, as well as their expertise and experience means that they are in a strong position to positively impact different regions through their programme. So why Asia for their 1st awards outside of the UK?
Talent shortages are more widespread in Asia than any other region – more than 48% of Asia pacific employees say that talent shortages are posing difficulties in the hiring process. Tapping into under-utilised talent pools is crucial in order to ease the talent shortage in Asia – Women as a demographic group represent an extremely large untapped resource. Woman of the Future believe that thevprogramme can encourage, motivate and provide role models to inspire and strengthen the female talent pipeline and in the process create a global community of supportive and collaborative women.
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