Mango Hill Marketplace is calling on the community to nominate local women making a difference to be in the running for its Woman of the Year 2023 awards.
The campaign is in the lead-up to International Women’s Day on March 8. The theme is #EmbraceEquity, which focuses on gender equity in every aspect of society.
The Mango Hill Marketplace Woman of the Year 2023 competition is an initiative from centre management JLL.
The campaign aims to bring the local community together to celebrate the women who make Mango Hill a great place to live.
JLL has donated a $300 Mango Hill Marketplace gift voucher for the main prize winner and two $100 gift vouchers as runners-up prizes.
The winners will be featured on posters throughout the centre with QR codes allowing customers to scan through to the Woman of the Year website, where they can read about the winners.
JLL’s Regional Marketing Manager Setareh Ferdousian is excited about the competition and engaging with the community.
“International Women’s Day has always been an important event for the local Mango Hill community to celebrate. The Woman of the Year competition is a way in which all members of the community can be involved and celebrate their amazing local women,” she says.
“The Woman of the Year competition is a great way to communicate the International Women’s Day campaign theme for 2023 #EmbraceEquity, a sentiment that focused on gender equity in all aspects of society.”
Mango Hill’s Woman of the Year competition will be open throughout February, with the winners to be announced on International Women’s Day, March 8.
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