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WCAworld hosts inaugural Women’s Networking Evening

WCAworld hosts inaugural Women’s Networking Evening

WCAworld members from across the globe came together to celebrate the success of women within the industry.

Last week, ahead of International Women’s Day, the global logistics network, WCAworld, hosted its first-ever Women’s Networking Evening for members. The event, which sold out within the first day of registration, provided a unique opportunity for women in the freight industry to come together, share successes, and foster mutual support.

The WCAworld Women’s Networking Evening drew women from across the industry to connect, collaborate, and celebrate their achievements. The event welcomed a diverse group of women, all passionate about making an impact in the traditionally male-dominated field of freight and logistics.

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“Having been in the industry for almost 10 years I have seen a steady increase in women in the industry. Particularly now living in Asia the number of women owners in freight companies in the region is inspiring,” Nicola Hughes, WCAworld’s Business Development Manager, stated.

“While I would never want to take away the achievements of men within the industry, and I have worked with many great men who have taught me so much and continue too, having a diverse range of colleagues, including women, can only add to the success of the industry. And, I hope we can find new ways to attract great female talent to the industry and keep great women here.”

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This landmark event underscored WCAworld’s commitment to growing and supporting women in the industry. WCAworld recognises the importance of fostering a supportive community where women can thrive and succeed. By providing platforms like the Women’s Networking Evening, WCAworld aims to create opportunities for networking, mentorship and professional development.

“WCAworld firmly believes in diversity and inclusivity. There is certainly a demand for initiatives that support and elevate women in the logistics sector,” WCAworld stated. “We are committed to championing women in freight, providing them with the resources, support, and opportunities they need to excel in their careers.”

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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