Olivia Parker
Jun 14, 2018

BBDO expands 'Heels of Steel' diversity project

BBDO is extending its Heels of Steel talk series to more Southeast Asian markets, inviting female speakers to come and inspire young employees.

Daphne Kuah, associate brand director and commercial leader for P&G Indonesia, was the first speaker at BBDO Indonesia's Heels of Steel session

BBDO has expanded its 'Heels of Steel' diversity project across various Southeast Asian markets. 

First launched in 2017 in Malaysia, the series hosts influential female leaders from all walks of life to give talks to employees about their personal paths to success, with the aim to inspire and accelerate the progress of women in the workplace and boost the confidence of both female and male employees.

This year BBDO Singapore launched...

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