September 9, 2020
Soma Solutions is thrilled to announce that they have been selected as finalists for the prestigious Standard Bank Top Women Award.
“We believe that now more than ever, it is crucial to recognise the companies and individuals such as Marilyn Radebe who are making impactful change for gender empowerment in South Africa,” explains Topco Media, Head of Marketing, Karia Fletcher.
The Standard Bank Top Women Awards honours those whose unfailing vision and innovative leadership have positively impacted women in South Africa. In response to the unprecented global pandemic, the awards have moved to become completely virtual. “The pivot to a virtual format means that we have the opportunity to increase our footprint across the country like never before.
We aim to reach 10,000 businesswomen and entrepreneurs during the virtual conference and awards,” Fletcher adds. The virtual event will salute those accelerating transformation and creating awareness around women empowerment while also facilitating discussions and workshops around furthering gender empowerment in the country. The virtual event will salute those accelerating transformation and creating awareness around women empowerment whilst also facilitating discussions and workshops around furthering gender empowerment in the country.
“The ideas you have for your enterprises are more than just ideas; they are dreams waiting to be realized, they have the power to revolutionize industries and they are what it takes for you to lead in your industry. I have seen it happen for Soma Solutions and for our clients, therefore I urge you to take that first bold step and entrust us with your digital transformation today.” – Marilyn
The Standard Bank Top Women Award winners will be announced on the evening of 2 October 2020 at the virtual award ceremony.
Finalists and winners will have the opportunity to virtually network and engage during the conference taking place over 1-2 October 2020.
We encourage every female and organisation to put forward their success stories with regards to gender empowerment.
For more information please contact Nthabiseng Mosieane – email@example.com