Spotlighting industry leaders, Embed celebrates International Women’s Day

By | March 2, 2021

SINGAPORE — March  8 marks International Womens’ Day: a global day celebrating the social, economic and political achievements of women. Given what the world has been through in 2020, Embed is celebrating the courage, strength, grit and determination of women who have hustled hard to not only survive the year, but thrive.  Many industry colleagues and partners worked from home, multi-tasking work while helping kids with remote learning, taking care of ailing family members and aging parents. Many even contracted COVID and overcame it.

“At Embed, we believe in the value of diversity in our talent pool,” said Kathleen Goy, Embed’s global head of events. “We have a shared commitment to gender parity at all levels of an organization because we believe in the boundless strength (intellectual, leadership, cultural and commercial strength) that results from harnessing and realizing the talent capital of gender equality.

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“We take great pride in not only being gender equal, but putting an end to gender inequality in our tech sector. With a Chief Executive Leadership team made up of 50% women, led by a female CEO [Renee Welsh], we are proud to be an example of what other companies, large and small, aspire to achieve.” 

Despite the pandemic, Embed remained operational, not only assisting clients but helping to guide the industry as a whole through the pandemic. The company has done a series of Women@Embed videos — with a cross-section of leaders from various industries — sharing their life stories, their professional journeys, life-hacks and secrets to success. 

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“These acts of professional generosity were done with the intent of illuminating anyone watching, who might benefit from the gift of their example,” stated Goy.

“Embed celebrates International Womens’ Day because if we learned anything in 2020 it is that tough times don’t last, but tough people do,” said Sara Paz, chief marketing officer for Embed. “Therefore, 2021 International Women’s Day Women@Embed campaign features women from our industry and what fueled their resilience and strength to get through 2020.”

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The Women@Embed videos can be viewed at Embed’s YouTube channel or via its website beginning March 8.

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This article appears in the  MARCH 2021 issue of Amusement Today.
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