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ARCHIPELAGO INTERNATIONAL HONORS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ON KARTINI'S DAY

ARCHIPELAGO INTERNATIONAL HONORS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ON KARTINI'S DAY

22 April 2019

 

Indonesia, April 2019 – Across Indonesia, April 21st marks Kartini’s Day, when the nation celebrates gender equality and commemorates Ibu Raden Ajeng Kartini – an Indonesian heroine known for championing women’s rights and emancipation through education.

Following Kartini’s influence, many women work professionally across Indonesia, prospering in fundamental and corporate positions, from chancellors and leaders to social and governmental heads.

Archipelago International appreciates and upholds gender equality throughout the company, for both men and women, in a variety of roles. In the corporate office, 44% of the workforce are female with many leading the company’s key divisions and departments. Meanwhile, throughout more than 140 properties managed by Archipelago International, females account for 26% of staff.

Archipelago International proudly honors and appreciates company loyalty from its biggest talents, not only within the Corporate Office, but also with all properties across the nation, with sustained gender equality at every level.

To celebrate Kartini’s Day and to see many inspiring quotes from Archipelago International’s female family, visit instagram.com/archipelagointernational, facebook.com/archipelagointl/, and twitter.com/ArchipelagoIntl.

 

 

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About Archipelago International
Archipelago International operates Indonesia’s largest portfolio of over 138 hotels with a further 100 new properties under development across Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, the Caribbean, and Saudi Arabia. With over 18,000 rooms and 10 brands ranging from ultra-luxurious to select-service in more than 55 cities, brands include ASTON, Alana, the Aston Heritage Collection, Huxley, Kamuela, HARPER, Quest, NEO, favehotel, and NOMAD.

For more information please contact marketing@archipelagointernational.com or visit www.ArchipelagoInternational.com

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