At a recently held ceremony in London Mazuin Zin, MD Edelman Malaysia was applauded for her body of work as a champion of women in business.
She was named in the FT HERoes prestigious list of 100 Female executives from across industries who’ve been inspiring women leaders within their organizations and area of influence.
A recognition that earns Mazuin the distinction of perhaps being the first Malaysian business leader from the communications business to make it to this prestigious list.
Commenting on this global recognition bestowed on her, Mazuin shared “It truly is an extremely humbling experience.
And representing Malaysia at such a prestigious global stage makes it all worth.
This is truly a win for all of us who believe in the power of individuals, and look at the real potential of people beyond gender.
And I only have all the wonderful mentors and teachers I’ve been lucky to have by my side throughout the entire professional journey for this recognition.”
She further added “This global recognition will continue to propel the momentum we’ve been building for the past 12 months as Edelman Malaysia continues to transition into a Strategy led Communication Marketing Company partnering Clients Act with Certainity in challenging times.”
FT HERoes is a global initiative now in its second year that celebrates inspirational Role Models on a global scale with its elite rankings of industry leaders under the 100 Female Executives, 50 Male Executives and 50 Female Future Leaders.
In addition to this Global recognition, Edelman Malaysia last week also won two regional awards at the prestigious The Holmes Report Sabre Awards in Singapore.
Edelman Malaysia walked away with a Gold for SouthEast Asia Campaign of the Year, and another Gold for Brand Communication Platform Innovation in the region.
As the agency continues its fantablous run at winning more new businesses and regional recognition with over 20 wins at various Marketing/Creative Effectiveness award platforms.
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