Feature in Where Women Work 2016 magazine

 

Feature in Where Women Work 2016 magazine


Please confirm participation by 16 October 2015 HERE 
(or ask any questions, remember we support this extensively)


Inspire female candidates about your organisation and the exciting career opportunities

The Where Women Work magazine is an annual online publication providing organisation's with a direct voice to female candidates and an opportunity to influence perception. With four pages of content per organisation, women gain in-depth insight into key advantages and differences between organisations and their opportunities. Clients participating in the Where Women Work 2016 magazine need to hold an active Where Women Work account as at 1 March 2016. Participation in the magazine is at no extra cost and forms part of an existing and current Where Women Work account.

TOP 5 reasons to participate
- Influence active and passive female candidates’ perceptions and understandings about your organisation
- Showcase your impressive female talent to candidates, existing employees, clients and industry
- Publicly reinforce your organisation’s commitment to recruiting, retaining and developing female talent
- Increase volume of female applicants for your vacancies
- Leverage increased value from your existing Where Women Work account Audience

Audience
The Where Women Work 2016 magazine targets female interns, apprentices, graduates, middle management degree-qualified women, women returners and senior executives. The magazine is marketed through university career services, women’s networks, client intranets, social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, facebook, YouTube), our Where Women Work website, the global International Women's Day website and through our monthly newsletters that go to 115,000+ registered recipients.

Contents
Each organisation receives a full-colour 4 x page section that includes:
- 1 x A4 full-colour advertisement
(Print size: 210mm x 297mm; Bleed size: 216mm x 303mm; 300 dpi PDF)
- 1 x page editorial about the organisation including logo
(i.e. key direction, activity and achievements of the organisation) - maximum 300 words
- 2 x pages consisting of 4 x women's professional quality 300 dpi .jpg photograph accompanied with name, job title and a short work-related quote

Timeframe
16 October 2015 - confirmation of participation required
-  to 20 November 2015 - we help co-develop your feature
- 23 November 2015 - all content and artwork to be received in full
- 24 November 2015 - magazine production commences
- 14 December 2015 - features submitted to organisations for sign off
- 15 January 2016 - final sign off due
- 1 February 2016 - publication & ongoing marketing

Submission tips
Content should aim to be:
- hugely engaging and not "dry" corporate speak as women are reading this with a view to understanding your organisation better in terms of what's in it for them so impress and inspire them (we will collaborate with you on this as it needs to als

Content should aim to be:
- hugely engaging and not "dry" corporate speak as women are reading this with a view to understanding your organisation better in terms of what's in it for them so impress and inspire them (we will collaborate with you on this as it needs to also capture our own voice as well as yours)
- written in third person e.g. [company] has many ambitious women who choose to ... not ... We have many ambitious women who choose to ...
- please try not to exceed the word limit

Further information
- We provide all formatting and typesetting of content at no extra cost
- Feedback and guidance for content provided on request at no extra cost
- Should your ability to participate be challenging due to lack of resources, we are happy to assist at no extra cost in a number of ways including assistance with editorial for your sign off, liaising with your agency or marketing/communications department directly for artwork, and pending availability, some case study development support
- The magazine is an annual publication included as part of clients' annual Where Women Work account offering
- Printed copies of the magazine can be ordered at a cost for distribution at events, career fairs, corporate foyers, job interviews, etc
- Organisation's are granted full license permission rights to use the magazine logo icon (to be provided) and weblink on their own internets, intranets, signature blocks or any other print or digital mediums

Next steps
- Confirm participation by 16 October September 2015
- Plan advertisement (p.1), editorial (p.2) and identify 4 x women for inclusion (pp3-4)
- Discuss any support needs with us so we may assist you

As a reminder you can review the previous Where Women Work magazine here.

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