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Dear Friends, We are planning for women’s day celebration in our office. Request you to pour some ideas/ theme/ activity. Thanks in advance. Regards, Abhishek
Posted 23rd February 2012 From India, Pune
Hi abhishek Hope you are doing good. I have few ideas for women’s day celebration but let me know first whether it will be outdoor or indoor activity. Regards Yamini
Posted 23rd February 2012 From India, Madras
Hey Yaminin thanks, I am fine doing good. What about you? This is an indoor activity. Regards, Abhishek
Posted 23rd February 2012 From India, Pune
Hi, You can distribute small cards/ Slips among the male employees to nominate the Best Female Employee". And who gets maximus nomination can be given a suitable gift. Taruna Sachdeva
Posted 25th February 2012 From India, Gurgaon
You can even ask every male employee to say an inspired line on women. And then best one will get the gift.
Also, you can play a game in which you have to put questions on paper chits on mother teresa, indira gandhi and more who got the awards for the activities done by them for their country.and give choclates to the employees for the correct answers.

Posted 25th February 2012 From India, Delhi

I have some suggesstions. You can have the following activities

1. Ethnic wear on Women day March 8 - the best outfit can be awarded with some atractive gifts
2. Based on the budget, plan for some good gift vouchers for the women folks
3. Have some fun games by women such as instant cooking, rangoli competition , quiz program etc
4. Stalls for the women folks , the stalls can be from the women group who are going their own small scale business in clothing , accessories etc women can help women grow

Posted 25th February 2012 From India, Madras
Hi, You can Plan for the following on women’s day: - 1) Health Talk with dietician on "Healthy Eating" 2) Workshop on Healthy Cooking 3) Workshop on Power Yoga 4) Quiz / Contest Best Regards SM
Posted 25th February 2012 From India, Mumbai
First of all, you welcome each and every women with a beautiful flower (rose) once they enter the company and also arrange for some surprises like cake gifts like chocolates, accessories etc. a small speech or poems dedicating to all women. You can also arrange showing a short movie or something in the company,with some refreshments.

Posted 25th February 2012 From India, Mumbai
Women's day celebration may include the following
Do a blood donation campaign
conduct a debate on " The contribution of women in various areas eg Home , Society , Politics, Medical, Education etc...
conduct a competition for men in poster making on the topic " Women and Freedom " or Women and society
all da best
Posted 26th February 2012 From India, Coimbatore
Friends, this year Women's Day (8th March) is a Holiday due to HOLI. Which other day would be most suitable for celebrating Women's Day in the office. Can we celebrate on 6th March because 7th & 8th are Holidays.....?
Posted 27th February 2012 From India, Faridabad
Dear Seniors,

I need your suggestions as to how can I celebrate Women's Day in an open office and we are only 13-14 ladies and there is not much space in the office for a big celebration. Please advise what can I do in this situation.
Posted 6th March 2013 From India, Mumbai
We are organizing Following activities on 8th March:-

1- Conducting health check up throughout the day.

2- In the evening 2 hour get-to-gather with all employees. Conference room will be decorated with balloons/ribbons. At 4 O’clock welcome will be done by giving rose to all women. it will be followed up with presentation on Indian women legends followed by quiz based on presentation. We have Attractive prize for the winners.

3- Male employees will be invited to drop complements for Ladies to Drop box. Best complement will be read out in front of all employees.

4- Celebration will end up by snacks.

All activities will be organized by Male employees.
Posted 7th March 2013 From India, Pune
Dear Meenakshi, Thank you for your advice. It is sounding interesting and even the male employees will not be left out in the celebration.
Posted 7th March 2013 From India, Mumbai


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