How brands championed International Women’s Day on Twitter - Disney, Doctor Who, Oxfam & the ISS
Happy International Women's Day.
The annual event took social media by storm using a plethora of hashtags all over the world including #IWD2015, #Internationalwomensday, #womensday, #womensday2015, #Happywomensday and more.
As a result, brands had a hard time getting their message out - however, that message remained consistent - it is time for change and for women’s contribution to society to be fairly acknowledged and respected.
Following the industry’s top women sharing with The Drum who inspired them the most, we searched for the best brand participation on social media.
— Disney (@Disney) March 8, 2015
— WHO (@WHO) March 8, 2015
Welsh Rugby Union
— Welsh Rugby Union (@WelshRugbyUnion) March 8, 2015
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— MTV UK (@MTVUK) March 8, 2015
— Wicked UK (@WickedUK) March 8, 2015
UN in Brussels
— UN in Brussels (@UNinBrussels) March 8, 2015
— Jimmy Choo (@JimmyChooWorld) March 8, 2015
Red Nose Day
— Red Nose Day (@rednoseday) March 8, 2015
The SNP – and Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon
— The SNP (@theSNP) March 8, 2015
— Oxfam International (@Oxfam) March 8, 2015
— Visit Dublin (@VisitDublin) March 8, 2015
— Radio Times (@RadioTimes) March 8, 2015
— Oxford Dictionaries (@OxfordWords) March 8, 2015
— New Scientist (@newscientist) March 8, 2015
— British Army (@BritishArmy) March 8, 2015
The International Space Station
— ISS Research (@ISS_Research) March 6, 2015
— CERN (@CERN) March 5, 2015
And Google launched a fitting tribute
— Google UK (@GoogleUK) March 8, 2015
Yoko Ono got involved too
— Yoko Ono (@yokoono) March 8, 2015
As did David Cameron
— UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) March 8, 2015
And Ed Miliband
Today let's celebrate the pioneers of gender equality, but remember too many women are still battling everyday sexism. #IWD2015
— Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) March 8, 2015
And finally, Katie Hopkins had her say
Just plaited my armpit hair into fishnet tights. Gangster feminiazi. #IWD2015
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) March 8, 2015
To mark International Women's Day, Google has worked with The Drum to acknowledge the most prominent women working in the search marketing sector – read more here.