QMS Dedicates Billboards To Celebrate Women In Media Awards 2018 Winners

QMS Dedicates Billboards To Celebrate Women In Media Awards 2018 Winners
B&T Magazine
Edited by B&T Magazine



Outdoor media company QMS Media has further extended its support of B&T’s Women in Media Awards 2018 in the form of a new campaign.

The campaign recognises this year’s winners on key digital billboards across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

As a business that strives to empower female professionals, QMS was last week proud to unveil the impactful creative that uniquely celebrates each of the Women in Media Awards winners and their respective fields.

Running until the end of August, the campaign intends to give the winners the recognition they deserve and put a spotlight on the important accomplishments of these women across the media industry.

QMS chief marketing officer Sara Lappage said: “As an organisation that strives to cultivate an inclusive and supportive culture for female professionals, QMS are pleased to be able to recognise the leadership, innovation and invaluable contributions these fabulous winners provide to our industry, across our powerful digital billboard portfolio.

“We are already excited for next year’s awards and look forward to celebrating and supporting the fabulous accomplishments of the next group of power women to make an impact on the media industry.”

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