The virtual event was held on September 17-21 and was sponsored by Nagad
Wander Woman, a Diana award winning female-based travel community that connects and inspires travellers globally, celebrated their third anniversary through a four-day program titled "Nagad presents Wander Woman Triversary".
The virtual event was held on September 17-21 and was sponsored by Nagad, a digital financial service provider in Bangladesh operating under the Bangladesh Post Office, according to a press release.
Wander Woman Triversary hosted guest speakers such as Monsurul Aziz, head of brand marketing from Nagad, Mehruba Reza, head of Tara at Brac Bank, Mariam Javed Juhi, head of City Alo, Mahzabin Ferdous Sharna, executive director of Concito PR and also CEO of WEDO, and Rehnuma Insan, lawyer and travel blogger.
The event media partner for Wander Woman Triversary was Dhaka Tribune, radio partner was Radio Today 89.6 FM, outreach partner was Titly and Leader’s Den and Travelogue magazine partners were Nagad, TonmoyeeM, Chaldal and ShopUp.
Sessions with these bright and ambitious minds gave an insight to the professional domain and travel world amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The event was a new step for Wander Woman as they launched their website (www.wanderwomanbd.com) followed by the announcement of first ever travel magazine Travelogue, available on the website.
The travel magazine consists of stories, suggestions and perception of female Bangladeshi travelers across the world.
Wander Woman also arranged its one of a kind flagship entrepreneurial event – Wander Ventures - a showcase of unique products and services by Wander Woman community members.
The event consisted of 17 entrepreneurs, who are also travel enthusiasts, as participants in this platform to display their expertise.
The participating brands were Junk Studio, Remember Me - Special gifts, Shutakhela, Pinky Promise by Nity, Sundori Komola, Oh Nature, Yet To Be Chef, With Love from KL, Yellow Ginger Pot, Barberette, The Velvet Box, Nagarkrishi, Paint Point, Sajesca, Fiteat, Daru Chini Catering and Belora.
A wide array of virtual stalls offered items such as food from Daru Chini Catering, FitEat and Yet to be a Chef, customizable care packages for all genders from Remember Me, special gifts and affordable outfits from Shutakhela, Belora and Pinky Promise by Nity, funky stationery and animation services from Junk Studio, organic products from Oh Nature and landscape/gardening services from Nagarkrishi, eye-catching jewelry from SundoriKomola and Sajesca, goodies from With Love from KL, make up on sale from The Velvet Box, breathtaking art and décor pieces by Yellow Giner Pot and Paint Point, and hair colour and consultations by Barberette.
The event attracted over100, 000 online visitors throughout the four-day event.