Indigenous Women in Industry

In February 2024, Indigenous Women in Industry (IWI) convened a week-long immersion in Aotearoa, uniting 200+ global attendees. Designed by our Social Media Campaign Manager Te Rima Walker, MEA supported the social media promotion in the lead up of this event across Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook channels. Working closely with the team, together we achieved targeted registration numbers through our strategic social media campaigns showcasing excellence in indigenous business and development.

In February 2024, Indigenous Women in Industry (IWI) hosted a transformative week-long immersion in Aotearoa, spotlighting global collaboration and innovation in celebrating Indigenous women's entrepreneurial success.

Indigenous Women in Industry (IWI) was a week-long Indigenous immersion 4th to 10th of February 2024 in Aotearoa. Over 200 international guests from various countries celebrated Indigenous Women in Industry. Travelling from Tāmaki to Waikato and ending in Te Arawa, the event offered a 6-day grassroots experience culminating in a 2-day summit.

For this project, our Director Kaye-Maree Dunn moderated an 'Indigenous Women in Tech Panel' and our social media manager Te Rima Walker promoted the event through daily posting for four months across Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn, to ensure the targeted number of registrations were achieved.

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