The awards, which capped off today's Women Leading Change conference, were handed out in a ceremony that wrapped up minutes ago.
Photos from the Women Leading Change Awards ceremony in Singapore on June 4, 2019.
Following a highly successful 2018 programme, the Women Leading Change conference and awards returns to Singapore on 4 June 2019 where we will gather to learn from exceptional talent and recognise the leaders bringing the industry into the future.
The awards will be presented on June 4 in Singapore.
Learn more about this year’s esteemed panel of judges ahead of the Women Leading Change Awards deadline on 8 April.
This year’s Women Leading Change Conference looks to provide actionable and practical strategies for embracing diversity in the workplace.
Don't delay to qualify for early priced entries to the Women Leading Change awards in Singapore on 4 June.
Following a highly successful 2018 programme, the Women Leading Change conference and awards returns to Singapore on 4 June.
The 2019 Women Leading Change conference offers a full-day, action-oriented programme designed to equip business leaders with roadmaps to strategically shift work culture.
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All entries have been carefully reviewed and will be unveiled to Campaign membership on Monday, September 23rd.