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Everything In Sport (EIS) and CBC Sports Collaborate to Amplify Women in Sport at Montreal Women’s Edition Conference and Omnia Media Achievement Awards, June 11-12

[16 February] Everything In Sport (EIS) and CBC Sports today announced a new collaboration to amplify women in sport at EIS’s esteemed Montreal Women’s Edition Conference and Omnia Media Achievement Awards, taking place June 11 in Montreal.

The Montreal Women’s Edition Conference will be held at the Science Centre on Tuesday, June 11-12, while the Omnia Media Achievement Awards ceremony will take place at Cirque Eloize on Tuesday, June 11. These events will serve as pivotal platforms to recognize women’s achievements in sports and foster discussions around gender equality and social impact, with CBC Sports to provide keynote speakers and expert panel members on the topic. EIS and CBC Sports share a commitment to empowering women, promote diversity and champion social progress through sports.

Ian Budge, Executive Director of Everything In Sport commented: “We have been closely observing CBC Sports’ ongoing commitment to gender-balanced coverage. Their long-term strategic vision aligns seamlessly with our own mission and values of promoting sport for social change. Everything In Sport’s partnership with CBC Sports aims to continue this journey together, empowering girls and women of all ages and demographics. We aim to amplify their stories, focus on systemic change, and, most importantly, make a lasting impact.

The participation rates of girls in sport, the decline leading into adolescence, and the alarmingly low numbers of adult women not engaged in sport, across all levels and in all its forms, highlight a systemic and cultural issue within society. Working to remove barriers, including providing role models, is at the core of both our organisations.

We are delighted CBC Sports is collaborating with us for our Montreal Everything In Sport Women’s Edition and the Omnia Achievement Awards. We are thrilled to have their support as we work together to challenge the status quo and build a better sport through gender equity.”

“We look forward to working with Everything In Sport for their annual conference and awards to ensure that creating opportunities for women in sports continues to be a priority across the industry. CBC Sports is excited to not only share how we have delivered equal coverage of women’s sports across our platforms, but also to learn from colleagues from across Canada and around the world to continue producing impactful coverage,” added Chris Wilson, Executive Director, Sports & Olympics, CBC.

EIS is a pivotal turning point in challenging accessibility across the sports industry. This is why their ticket prices are already revolutionising the world of women in sport conferences with their affordable ticket prices. This price strategy for tickets is implemented to ensure grassroots and the community have a chance to be seen and heard at the Women’s Edition Conferences.

Undeniably this conference will be welcomed in Montreal as a platform for Sport for Social Change, with its thriving sports scene, and where women’s sports are an integral part of life. For more information about the Women’s Edition Global Series 2024, which are also taking place in Miami, London and Oslo and the Omnia Media Achievement Awards visit

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Everything In Sport brings together high-level executives and decision-makers from sport and business around the world to meet, network and create business relationships over the course of our events. We connect thought leaders with crucial industry intelligence to investors keen to help them drive the sporting world forward. Everything In Sport (EIS) is powered by Omnia Media which is a subsidiary brand of Omnia Sports Group. For more information visit

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