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  • David Kenny renews LEAD Network CEO Pledge to increase women in leadership at Nielsen

    On International Women’s Day this year, Nielsen CEO David Kenny has renewed our company’s commitment to the LEAD (Leading Executives Advancing Diversity) Network CEO Pledge to reach 46% of women in senior leadership roles by 2024.  “Every decision we make to develop great products, grow our company and our people requires diverse voices to be…

  • Women in Nielsen Launches First Virtual Global Leadership Summit

    Nielsen recently launched its first-ever global, virtual leadership summit, WIN Rising Leaders. Led by the Women in Nielsen (WIN) Business Resource Group, the event featured keynote presentations, panels, micro-mentoring and skill development workshops for over 1,000 Nielsen associates from 37 countries. The theme for this year’s conference was empowered women, who empower women and brought…

  • Wharton Markets in Motion: Marketing in the Midst of a Pandemic

    Following the unprecedented changes of 2020, the world at large continues to evolve, and marketers are strategizing in a rapidly fluctuating environment. While past may be prologue, the pandemic has brought the media industry into uncharted territory, and marketers and advertisers must remain nimble as we continue to adjust to a new normal.  As such,…

  • At Nielsen, we #choosetochallenge

    This is a pivotal moment. March marks a full year of living with the pandemic, which has, among many other things, threatened to roll back the progress our world has made toward closing the gender gap.  “Humankind is facing many challenges together, but it’s a chance to change our mindset to be more inclusive and…

  • Nielsen Enters the Hall of Fame as One of the Best Companies for Women in India

    Nov. 06, 2020 – Nielsen has been recognised for the fifth consecutive year in 2020 as one of the 100 Best Companies for Women in India for its continuous efforts on gender inclusion in the workplace. Touted to be one of the most prestigious recognition for diversity and inclusion in India by The Working Mother…

  • Nielsen Calls on Business Leaders to Wise Up to Women at Recent LEAD Event

    Nielsen was invited to speak on the importance for companies to “wise up to women” in order to enjoy sustained growth as part of a LEAD (Leading Executives Advancing Diversity) Network CEO Roundtable. Hosted by the Turkey chapter of the LEAD Network, a European organization that advocates for the retention and advancement of women in…

  • Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit Inspires a New Circle of Women at Nielsen

    For the first time this year, Nielsen sponsored 10 Black women associates to attend the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit, a three-day professional leadership conference designed for executive women of color. The summit brought together over 1,200 corporate professionals and businesswomen from across the country, including powerful influencers like veteran political strategist Donna Brazile…

  • Convenience and Risk-Free Offers are Key Drivers for Women in Asia Pacific

    Four out of five Asia Pacific women are always or often influenced to switch products if the products are easy to use or more convenient. SINGAPORE, 11  March 2020 – By 2028, women will own 75% of the discretionary spend, making them the world’s greatest influencers. Brands must first understand the household, financial, and societal…

  • Nielsen Included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for Second Consecutive Year

    Nielsen is proud to be included in the 2020 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), which tracks the financial performance of public companies committed to supporting gender equality through policy development, representation, and transparency. This is the second consecutive year that Nielsen has been included in the index. The GEI was expanded in 2020 to  include 325…

  • Nielsen Expands Parental Leave in the U.S.

    We’re proud to be a leader in pushing parity for our Nielsen parents. Our U.S. employees now receive 12 weeks of paid parental leave when they bring home a new child, and mothers who give birth receive eight additional weeks of paid disability leave.