Women’s Agenda has announced an Australian first. the publication has teamed up with digital subscription service Scribd to offer women help in their careers.
The partnership means that that member of Women’s Agenda’s membership platform, Women’s Agenda Extra, will soon have access to a host of career & lifestyle resources and titles, thanks to its partnership with Scribd.
Having just launched into the Australian market, San Francisco-based subscription service Scribd offers a library of more than two million local and international eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, podcasts, sheet music and other content.
New members of Women’s Agenda Extra will receive a six-month subscription to Scribd if they join the membership platform for a year, while all existing annual members will be offered a three-month offering to the service.
The offering will enable members of Women’s Agenda Extra to join 100 million monthly readers of Scribd, accessing the latest and most popular titles from some of the world’s biggest publishers and media companies.
By becoming a member of Women’s Agenda Extra, readers will likewise support female-led journalism and receive exclusive access to a growing library of content to support their careers, including mini keynote videos from women in leadership, eBooks, and reader chats that deep dive into key news features.
Women’s Agenda’s editor in chief, Tarla Lambert (Pictured Above) said: “We’re so thrilled to partner with Scribd to better support Women’s Agenda Extra members to access the best career content.
“Scribd’s comprehensive and diverse offering of eBooks, magazines, audiobooks and music is unrivalled in the Australian market, and having access will be a huge benefit for our members.
“It’s important for us to give back to the women (and allies) who help make Women’s Agenda possible.
“The past 18 months have been challenging for thousands of Australian women but having access to the right career resources—whether that be to propel in an organisation or take a leap as a start-up—is imperative.
“Thanks to Scribd, Women’s Agenda Extra members will be able to read, watch and listen to the best content available.”