SheSays - the only global creative network for women launches in Singapore

shesaysSG.jpgAn award-winning organization running free mentorship and events to women in the creative and marketing businesses is launching in Singapore to help more women get to the top!

Founded in March 2007 in the UK, SheSays furthers women's careers in creative and marketing businesses and now operates in over 20 cities around the world. SheSays holds events where top females in the industry share their thoughts and help people work their way up. SheSays Singapore is the first chapter in Asia and is organised by Grace Clapham, Camille Schu and Natalie Copuroglu.

Grace Clapham is Lead Curator for TEDxSingapore Women 2012, Co-Founder Secret {W} Business, the latest network for aspiring and current women entrepreneurs within Singapore, Director of Agent Grace - a marketing and brand management agency working with SME's and start-ups, Co-Organiser Creative Mornings Singapore and is passionate about building a more vibrant creative economy within Asia Pacific and more top quality talent.
Camille Schu is Co-Curator of TEDxSingapore Women 2012 and also Co-Founder of Secret
{W} Business, the one and only women network in Singapore for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs. Camille is the co-founder of Luxola.com, the premier online beauty store in South-East Asia. She is passionate about social media and started her career as a Strategic
Planner for two of the world's largest advertising agencies.

Natalie Copuroglu is Co-Curator of TEDxSingapore Women 2012, managing the social media
for CreativeMornings Singapore, official blogger for TEDxSingapore and a Secret {W} Business Agent. Passionate about all things digital, Natalie works as a Business Strategist for Galixo, a new global consultancy firm specialized in the mobile space.

The organisers Grace Clapham, Camille Schu and Natalie Copuroglu hope to bring women in
the creative sector to the forefront with frequent SheSays Singapore events to be followed in
2013.

The first SheSays event will be held on November 6th at The Hub Singapore featuring speakers from Dentsu Mobiüs and Dentsu Singapore.

Speakers:
Margery Lynn
Margery brings marketing versatility and multinational understanding to her agency team. She
has worked with global brands - such as HTC, Microsoft, PayPal and Kraft. Currently Margery
is working as the Regional Social Media Director for Dentsu Mobiüs, where she leads social
planning and implementation for clients operating across Asia.
Vivian Yeung
Vivian Yeung has lived, breathed and eaten her way through Digital Advertising for over 13
years and counting. Starting off in Account Management, she proved her track record across
the multiple digital disciplines rising within 4 years to co-manage the S.E.A office for Adxplorer
(at that time) the largest independent Asian-based Digital Advertising network (acquired by
Publicis Group). Now Vivian head's up Dentsu's newest division, digital solutions to champion
digital marketing both within the agency and with their clients portfolio.

Event Details:
Date : Tuesday, 6 Nov 2012
Time : 6:30pm for a 7pm sharp start
Location: The Hub Singapore, National Youth Council Building, 113 Somerset Road
Register here

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