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The Digital Women International Women's Day Lunch 2024

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About the event

Join NDA on the 8th March 2024 for our second-ever International Women’s Day (IWD) Lunch! Launched as a joint venture with The Advisory Collective, the Digital Women International Women’s Day lunch brought together 120 inspiring women and allies for a full afternoon of food, drinks, and conversation.

The day is not just a three-course meal and drinks; you’ll hear from industry-leading speakers. Last year attendees heard from speakers Angela Tangas, Adah Parris, and Hollie McLellan as they shared their thoughts on representation in technology, progress within the sector, and the unlikely intersection of ecology and art. And with this year’s IWD theme being #InspireInclusion, we’re excited to shine a light on even more diverse voices in 2024.


Jasmine Dawson

SVP Digital, BBC Studios

Ellie Edwards-Scott

Co-Founder, The Advisory Collective
COO & Co-Founder, WeGame2

Jasmin Foye

Digital Ad Sales Account Director, BBC Studios

Christina Lemieux

Executive Strategy Director, PG One, Publicis Groupe

Caroline Lidington

Invibes Advertising

Nikki sehgal

General Manager, MEFA

Why International Women’s Day?

Marked annually on 8th March, International Women’s Day is a global awareness day that aims to celebrate the achievements of women, from the socio-cultural and economic, to the personal.

But while it’s a day of celebration, it’s also an important time to remember the struggles, challenges and prejudices that women around the world face today – as well as what can be done to forge a brighter future. 

Who is this event for?

Everyone is welcome – women, men and allies alike. Whether you’re an Account Manager for a small tech start-up or a CEO for a multinational supermarket chain, we want to see your face in the room – because we’re stronger together.

What to expect?

  • An afternoon of conversation, good food, and drinks at One Moorgate Place.
  • Audience Q&A with a panel of industry-leading women.
  • The opportunity to network and meet other amazing women from across our industry.

How do I get my ticket?

Show your support for International Women’s Day by being there on the day. Partnerships start from £2,500 + VAT for yourself and your clients whilst limited individual tickets are available for £350 + VAT.

Why partner with us?

We’re always on the lookout for partners to support the continuous development of Digital Women. Whether that’s through hosting more events like this one, or sharing stories from underrepresented communities in the digital space, your generous support can make a tangible difference to real women’s lives today.

The day itself...


  • 11:15
    Welcome Drinks and Networking
  • 12:00
    Keynote Speech: Jasmine Dawson, SVP Digital, BBC Studios
  • 12:20
    Panel Discussion: ‘Inspire Inclusion: How do we create a more inclusive industry for women?’

    Moderated by Ellie Edwards-Scott, Co-Founder, The Advisory Collective, and COO & Co-Founder, WeGame2

    • • Jasmin Foye, Digital Ad Sales Account Director, BBC Studios
    • • Christina Lemieux, Executive Strategy Director, PG One, Publicis Groupe
    • • Caroline Lidington, UK MD, Invibes Advertising
    • • Nikki Sehgal, General Manager, MEFA
  • 13:00
  • 15:00
    Drinks Reception
  • 17:00

Getting to Digital Women IWD Lunch

One Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA

If you’ll be travelling in by public transport, you can access the venue by the following Tube stations:

  • Liverpool Street
  • Bank
  • Moorgate

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