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A couple of weeks ago I headed to Shoreditch House for ‘Spring clean your brand’ – a talk from the ladies at SheSays. This is quite a long post, but if you’re feeling a bit ‘Meh’ about yourself/ your career/ your life then it’s 110% worth reading all of it, I promise. Be yourself, everyone else is already taken – Oscar Wild To set the scene, SheSays host Amy talked about how she makes a...

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The other week (sorry I’m a little behind on posts) I went to a She Says talk hosted by advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy. Joined by familiar (Lucy, Natalie, Lily, Lucy, Casey, Charlotte, Mariana, Vanessa, Harriet, Zach and Jo) and also a new face (Sara), the room was buzzing and full to the brim – the talk had literally sold out in 5 minutes! Lucy was on hand to photograph, whilst Jo from She Says acted...

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On Thursday night I headed to Karmarama HQ in Farringdon for a She Says talk: Clients meet creatives. The Creative advertisers (Natalie and Lucy, Lily, Lucy and Charlotte) have kindly adopted me into their SheSays cheerleading crew. Walking into the Karmarama office there was one word in my mind: WOW! I couldn’t resist making this gif of Lucy & I posing in the rainbow tunnel. Imagine walking through this every day to get to your desk –...

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After work last night I ventured to a talk from creative women, for creative women. She Says is a global network for creative ladies which holds talks, events and networking opportunities. I wrote my dissertation (almost a whole year ago now – eeek!) about Women in Graphic Design, looking at ‘successful’ female creatives as well as the overall gender balance in the industry. As a female starting in the industry myself, it’s something I relate to...

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