Women leaders in advertising have been sharing their biggest challenges, raising vital questions for advertising leaders.
Advertisers are funding a media narrative that fuels violence against women. Now is the time for change.
The Lionesses brought football home, but what are we going to do with it?
At last week's Rise conference, held by Creative Equals, there were some key takeouts that we can all find instructive.
The sexism on display in the Government's pulled coronavirus ad demonstrates an urgent need to fight toxic stereotypes, Nicola Kemp says.
Recent government debate about cuts to nursery funding throws a spotlight on how the phenomenon of the 'third shift' risks pushing working mothers in the ad industry to breaking point.
The hyper-masculine, triumphalist rhetoric surrounding the 'great return to the office' risks killing women’s creative careers and wastes the opportunity for a positive reset in how we work.
This is not another article on how to achieve the perfect work/life balance while also effortlessly homeschooling children. That is simply impossible.
In the midst of the reckless lack of regulation of political advertising, it is difficult to be outraged by BrewDog's ad ban.
Here are the top tips from those who have been there.
Dazed Beauty's Bunny Kinney discusses transformation in the age of influence.
Chidera Eggerue discusses self-love, influence and the power of advertising without fear.
What the future holds for influencer marketing.
Brands need to adapt in post-influencer age...
Investing in career progression should be top of the agenda, Graze's global head of brand says.
Freelancing has become a plan A and blockchain can set creatives free, according to a new platform that claims to make freelance life easier.
The notion of 'manning up' and having difficult conversations are some of challenges discussed at Bloom's latest event.
Fashion retailer has partnered England netball squad...
Design team Two Girls talk about why they are challenging the perimeters of design.
She discusses leading and keeping your feet on the ground