Break the Ceiling Touch the Sky hits Sydney for IWD Week

| February 20, 2019

Gender diversity, work-life balance, equal pay, career tips and techniques to take center stage with an International Women’s Day Week special edition of ‘Break the Ceiling Touch the Sky’, the success and leadership summit for women.

The event on 4 March will offer solutions to the five greatest challenges women leaders face, work life balance, equal pay, harassment, career opportunities and children and career taking centre-stage.

Coca-Cola, Coty, PepsiCo and Rentokil Initial have stepped up as the early sponsors of this special International Women’s Day edition. The Sydney Business Chamber and Food Industry Asia (FIA) will serve as Industry Partners and Enactus and BWBusinessworld as Network Partners.

Confirmed speakers at the summit include Danny Celoni, Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand; Penny Burtt, CEO, Asialink; Max Amen, General Manager — Australia, New Zealand; Sweta Mehra, Chief Marketing Officer, ANZ; Alain Moffroid, Managing Director, Pacific Rentokil Initial; Lily Tang, HR Director, P&G ANZ; Melissa King, former CEO, Surf Life Saving Australia; Judy Howard, CEO, Enactus; Christine Black, Director of Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability, The Coca-Cola Company; Tamerlaine Beasley, Board Member, Australia-ASEAN Business Council and Founder & Managing Director, Beasley Intercultural and Glenn Cochran, Regional Director Australia & New Zealand -Health, Reckitt Benckiser.

Break the ceiling touch the sky is a one day forum for women in leadership across levels and functions that enables them to learn from the best-of-the-best C suite leaders and gender champions in that country. While content is customized for women, male leaders are welcome.

Anthony A. Rose, Founder Chairman and CEO, House of Rose Professional and best-selling author of the book Break the Ceiling, Touch the Sky: success secrets of the world’s most inspirational women which inspired the summit said  the 2019 Australia-New Zealand Edition is a unique opportunity for Companies to enhance gender diversity, develop their leaders and learn from the best practices of the world’s best Companies and leaders.

“It is also a great opportunity for companies to step up and contribute as sponsors to the acceleration of gender diversity & inclusion worldwide. We look forward to having many companies and individuals join the summit on 4 March”.

Further information or to book go to https://houseofroseprofessional.com/btctts-world-tour-2019/anz/.

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