Inspirational Video Watched Worldwide On International Women's Day 2015

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A viral video highlighting the theme of #makeithappen, created by petite clothing brand Jeetly, is being shown in 70 countries in honour of International Women's Day 2015. Women's networks, Members of Government, Schools and Prisons have asked for Jeetly's permission to show the video to their audience as they were impressed with the motivational video that empowers and inspires women.

In honour of International Women's Day on 8th March 2015, Jeetly, a petite clothing brand for women, are promoting their video about women and their calling in life. The video highlights successful women primarily in Media, Politics and Business, publicising their purpose and giving a message that strong women can make a change and already have. The video features a mix of exceptional speeches from women like Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey to JK Rowling and Margaret Thatcher, causing some controversy around the world as some see these people as hate figures, whereas others have voiced that it is not about the person it's about what they are saying that empowers women worldwide.

Jess Jeetly, Co-founder of clothing brand Jeetly, created a female empowerment video from her bedroom which has had nearly 2 million hits on YouTube and is being shown in high schools in the UK, female prisons in the US and at several female network events in 70 countries on the theme of International Women's Day. She has even been approached by a TV producer in Los Angeles who wants to feature Jess as an inspiring young woman in their documentary for girls.

Jess says, ‘I was searching for motivation on You tube in the early days of my start-up when I was facing many challenges. That’s when I realised there were no inspirational videos for women, instead over 50 videos were dedicated to men and fitness and so I decided to create one to inspire women’.

Under this year's theme of #makeithappen the video (http://youtu.be/fia4HY9pWuo) is well placed in emphasising the factors and role models needed to literally make things happen, which is a message Jeetly advocates as a brand dressing women to feel empowered for success.

Tanya Mint
(PR Officer – Jeetly.com)

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