WAWA a window to generate alliances and incentivize production


All set for the holding of the event to promote alliances and business between professionals from around the world by the Worldwide Audiovisual Women’s Association this June 17

Carolina Cordero y Francesca Ibáñez Vilaró

Carolina Cordero y Francesca Ibáñez Vilaró

Text Aimed at more than 400 partners around the world, and all those involved in the audiovisual industry, this event will serve as a platform for participants to present projects with which they seek an ally to co-produce, either as a partner or as an investor, this being a great opportunity for “networking” and development.

“This event responds to the need of the members themselves to establish action bridges to develop more and better productions. Our organization is growing rapidly, and these initiatives are platforms that provide great support to our associates”, says Carolina Cordero, general manager of the organization, who adds that the event via Zoom will consist of presentations of approximately three minutes.

She also highlights those men are not excluded from WAWA’s innovative proposals and to promote their participation, the “Event Pass” has been designed, an investment model with which they can be part of the organization.

After having produced WAWA Business Forum 2021 and WAWA First Look Turkey, the organization faces this new challenge to continue generating business opportunities and success for all its associates.

Testimony of the first Business Forum. “Thanks to the presentation of DERANGED GRANNY, IMOTO PRODUCTIONS of Los Angeles has just signed a license agreement for the premiere of the title on Lifetime Latin America.” Francesca Ibáñez from CESCA Films.


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