On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the achievements of great women who are blazing their own historical trails to kick off Women’s History Month. We’re pleased to be commemorating the beauty, variety, and achievements of women all over the world on International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, 2020. This historic day honors not just one woman, country, or organization, but all women around the world who inspire others to do better, make a difference, and effect change.


What is International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is a worldwide commemoration of women’s accomplishments in the fields of economics, culture, politics, and social justice. IWD began in 1908 when 15,000 women marched through New York City seeking voting rights, higher wages, and shorter work hours. IWD has been at the forefront of reminding people how far we’ve come and how much work still remains as each decade finds a new method to push for women’s rights around the world.

#EachforEqual is the 2020 Campaign Theme, which urges people to question preconceptions, bias, and women’s accomplishments. #EachforEqual aims to dispel the myth that equality is solely a “women’s issue,” instead of emphasizing that it is a business issue that extends to how we can create a better workplace and community. IWD is using #EachforEqual as a year-long campaign that will continue to promote a “gender-equal world” through discussion and conversation.


How You Can Celebrate

International Women’s Day continues to promote awareness about bias, stereotypes, and equality in all aspects of life, including at home, work, and in your community. To participate in International Women’s Day, you don’t have to be a famous celebrity, activist, or leader; here are a few ways you can support #EachforEqual and women everywhere.

  1. Donate to non-profits that work to protect women’s rights.
  2. Collaborate with brands, enterprises, and influencers that are run by women.
  3. Celebrate International Women’s Day at work by featuring remarkable women on your website.
  4. Attend a networking event for women.
  5. Assist a younger individual in your business by volunteering as a mentor


Breaking Down Barriers

Avenue 5 International is ecstatic to honor all of the diverse, lively, and dynamic women who continue to strive and flourish in the fields of technology, blogging, and entrepreneurship. Below is a fantastic collection of remarks from ladies who have been featured in our Customer Spotlight Program throughout the past year. These are just a few examples of women breaking barriers in their various fields, whether they are balancing numerous duties as bosses or businesswomen.

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