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Aer Rianta International celebrates International Women’s Day with its “Women Rise” marketing campaign.

To celebrate International Women’s Day Aer Rianta International (ARI) launched a striking new business-to-business marketing campaign. The campaign theme “Women Rise” is a declaration of ARI’s belief in the power of women to bring about positive change. It is an invitation to participate fully and an assurance that all women’s ambitions are recognised by the company.

ARI asked its global team to explain what womanhood means to them on International Women’s Day and has compiled their responses in a film https://bit.ly/3eiqcUe . The film is being highlighted across its social media channels and promoted via an extensive digital partnership with The Moodie Davitt, with a high-impact homepage ‘takeover’ of The Moodie Davitt Report homepage.

The Moodie Davitt Report Co-Owners Martin Moodie and Dermot Davitt said: “The Moodie Davitt Report is excited to partner with ARI for International Women’s Day. Like ARI, our success is very much driven by the women on our team. Each one is an outstanding individual who has helped drive our success to date and to negotiate the challenges of the past year with energy, conviction, and grace. We salute their contributions and achievements and those of women throughout our industry worldwide.”

Participants in the film also have published their individual celebratory plaques on their own social media channels under the hashtag #WomenRise.

“At ARI, our celebration of International Women’s Day has grown exponentially over the last number of years, reinforcing our commitment to diversity and inclusion as a core priority to our overall business success. I welcome the opportunity to acknowledge the many achievements of our female colleagues from right across the world today, to celebrate their talents and indeed their future.” said ARI CEO Ray Hernan.

In an insightful interview with The Moodie Davitt, ARI’s Chief People Office, Siobhán Griffin underlines the importance of Human Resources, especially at a time of change and adaption… and her own challenge to push boundaries and to “do things a little differently”. https://bit.ly/3sVOaZJ

“Each and every female who works at ARI makes an incredible contribution to our business. I want them to feel inspired by the opportunities and rewards that we can offer” – said ARI Chief People Officer Siobhán Griffin.

The many accomplishments of ARI’s colleagues will be celebrated through coffee mornings and ‘feel good moments’ across its estate on International Women’s Day, including an Awards Programme. An incredible 188 award nominations were received for colleagues across the globe; 188 unique stories of women at ARI who are inspiring others, who are innovators, who are experts and who choose to challenge, every day.

An example of the celebratory plaques for team members at ARI.

The Moodie Davitt Report Co-Owners Martin Moodie and Dermot Davitt said: “The Moodie Davitt Report is excited to partner with ARI for International Women’s Day. Like ARI, our success is very much driven by the women on our team. Each one is an outstanding individual who has helped drive our success to date and to negotiate the challenges of the past year with energy, conviction, and grace. We salute their contributions and achievements and those of women throughout our industry worldwide.”

Participants in the film also have published their individual celebratory plaques on their own social media channels under the hashtag #WomenRise.

“At ARI, our celebration of International Women’s Day has grown exponentially over the last number of years, reinforcing our commitment to diversity and inclusion as a core priority to our overall business success. I welcome the opportunity to acknowledge the many achievements of our female colleagues from right across the world today, to celebrate their talents and indeed their future.” said ARI CEO Ray Hernan.

In an insightful interview with The Moodie Davitt, ARI’s Chief People Office, Siobhán Griffin underlines the importance of Human Resources, especially at a time of change and adaption… and her own challenge to push boundaries and to “do things a little differently”.

“Each and every female who works at ARI makes an incredible contribution to our business. I want them to feel inspired by the opportunities and rewards that we can offer” – said ARI Chief People Officer Siobhán Griffin.

The many accomplishments of ARI’s colleagues will be celebrated through coffee mornings and ‘feel good moments’ across its estate on International Women’s Day, including an Awards Programme. An incredible 188 award nominations were received for colleagues across the globe; 188 unique stories of women at ARI who are inspiring others, who are innovators, who are experts and who choose to challenge, every day.

The Moodie Davitt Report Co-Owners Martin Moodie and Dermot Davitt said:

“The Moodie Davitt Report is excited to partner with ARI for International Women’s Day. Like ARI, our success is very much driven by the women on our team. Each one is an outstanding individual who has helped drive our success to date and to negotiate the challenges of the past year with energy, conviction, and grace. We salute their contributions and achievements and those of women throughout our industry worldwide.”

Participants in the film also have published their individual celebratory plaques on their own social media channels under the hashtag #WomenRise.

“At ARI, our celebration of International Women’s Day has grown exponentially over the last number of years, reinforcing our commitment to diversity and inclusion as a core priority to our overall business success. I welcome the opportunity to acknowledge the many achievements of our female colleagues from right across the world today, to celebrate their talents and indeed their future.” said ARI CEO Ray Hernan.

In an insightful interview with The Moodie Davitt, ARI’s Chief People Office, Siobhán Griffin underlines the importance of Human Resources, especially at a time of change and adaption… and her own challenge to push boundaries and to “do things a little differently”.

“Each and every female who works at ARI makes an incredible contribution to our business. I want them to feel inspired by the opportunities and rewards that we can offer” – said ARI Chief People Officer Siobhán Griffin.

Siobhan Griffin, Chief People Officer, ARI

The many accomplishments of ARI’s colleagues will be celebrated through coffee mornings and ‘feel good moments’ across its estate on International Women’s Day, including an Awards Programme. An incredible 188 award nominations were received for colleagues across the globe; 188 unique stories of women at ARI who are inspiring others, who are innovators, who are experts and who choose to challenge, every day.

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