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Caroline Benson wins IPA and Campaign Women of Tomorrow Award 2018

Judges says Benson runs an ‘ethical’ business with a strong ‘ethos’

IPA

The IPA and Campaign Women of Tomorrow awards were announced earlier this month on International Women’s Day, and ten women were recipients of the award.

Held at the May Fair Hotel in London, the awards identify and celebrate ‘exceptional’ female talent working for agencies, media owners or client companies.

Cuttsy + Cutty’s director and co-founder Caroline Benson was among those to win an award and was described by the judges as “a humble, genuine and warm person who passionately supports working parents and runs her ethical business and professional life with a strong ethos”.

Commenting on her award, Benson said: “I am thrilled and honoured to have received this prestigious award from Campaign and the IPA.

“The awards are a great opportunity to celebrate all of the inspirational and influential women in our industry.”

The Women of Tomorrow Awards ‘forms a core pillar’ of the IPA’s diversity programme, which aims to help the industry achieve diversity targets by 2020.

Sarah Golding, IPA President and Women of Tomorrow co-chair, said: “The Women of Tomorrow Awards are so important for our industry because we simply aren’t seeing enough women reach senior leadership roles despite a phenomenal pool of female talent.

“We had nearly 200 entries, all from remarkable, talented women - and initatives like the award bring their brilliance to the fore.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

21st March 2018

From: Marketing

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