Celebrating inspirational women in advertising, media, marketing and technology!
The shortlist will be celebrated at an awards ceremony taking place in the afternoon of Tuesday 22 February, at The Brewery London. One winner will be announced for each of the thirteen categories at the event.
Sixty three women and eight companies have been shortlisted at Campaign’s UK Female Frontier Awards.
The ceremony is much more than a celebration, it is also an opportunity to hear from industry leaders in our content panel sessions where they will be discussing 'lessons in depicting real women' and 'encouraging better equality in the workplace'.
BOOK YOUR TICKETS
Where: The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, London,EC1Y 4SD
When: Tuesday 22 February 2022
Dress code: Smart Casual
Timings: 12:00 - Sparkling wine and drinks reception with canapes and bowl food
13:20 - Welcome speech followed by panel sessions and awards ceremony
*Please note water will be available on your table, additional drinks during this time can be purchased through the venues drinks service app
13:30 - Panel Session: Lessons in depicting real women
14:00 - Panel Session: Encouraging better equality in the workplace
14:25 - Refreshment Break
14:55 - Awards presentation hosted by Laura Lexx
15:40 - Networking hour
16:40 - Bar closes and event concludes
Individual tickets: £265.00 + VAT
One table (5 seats): £1,100.00 + VAT Cabaret-style seating
What to expect at the event
What to expect at the event
Panel Session Topics
Encouraging better equality in the workplace
A welcome side-effect of the pandemic, with employees working from home throughout the various lockdowns, businesses woke up to the importance of offering support and flexibility as their staff struggled to juggle the work-life balance.
From better maternity benefits to the introduction of gender-neutral parental leave, plus support for those suffering from miscarriages or the menopause, family-friendly policies are slowly encouraging better equality in the workplace.
Despite some progress, with the pandemic disrupting schools and daycare, in some instances, people (mostly women) had to give up work altogether.
This panel discusses how more agencies can make the working experience better for their female staff, by implementing progressive policies that reframe parenting and support employees experiencing the menopause, pregnancy loss or fertility treatment.
Lessons in depicting real women
The male gaze in advertising has spawned a long history of egregious gender stereotypes, and while society has come a long way from those sexist ads of the ‘Made Men’ era, do women really feel seen in today’s advertising? Indeed, despite efforts from ad regulators, ‘sneaky sexism’ still persists.
This panel will cover ways brands can avoid falling into these age-old pitfalls, underscoring the need to stamp out any form of sexism in advertising - for good.