Initiative aims to provide women with 'hard' business skills so that they can progress to management.
A study by Timewise found that two in three part-time workers feel isolated, while one in four full-time workers would consider going part-time if it didn't affect career progression.
As Holly Willoughby launches her 'must-have' items for the retailer, Nathan Ansell tells Campaign about how M&S is changing its approach to marketing.
We often define women by what they are not; an imagined deficit forming a thread between the lazy segmentations upon which too many brands remain reliant.
The clumsy appropriation of the language of empowerment to sell products is nothing new.
Nike's signing of Colin Kaepernick and the influence of Serena Williams beyond the court could spark a new era for meaningful, mass-market sports marketing based on shared values.
When any life stage is a marketing opportunity, the silence surrounding the menopause, exacerbated by the dearth of older women in advertising, urgently needs challenging.
Critics have long claimed we have reached "peak list" but showcasing a diverse range of female creative talent remains vital for change.
LoveLove Films' animator and winner of the MoFilm Many Voices competition, Joanne Salmon on the joy of telling her own story through animation.
Stress can make employees not only less productive but more likely to revert to stereotypes, so creating flexible environments is business-critical.
What brands should know about the new self-care agenda
In our always-on marketing ecosystem, finding the space to write a book is no easy feat. Lucie Greene, worldwide director of J Walter Thompson's Innovation Group, tells Nicola Kemp how she did it.
Non-disclosure agreements have the advertising industry in a stranglehold and it is time to eradicate them, according to industry stalwart Cindy Gallop.
Rachel Pashley, the author of New Female Tribes, lifts the lid on smashing stereotypes and the power of 'Female Capital'.
Cindy Gallop recently declared that our industry is looking for creativity in all the wrong places, and perhaps we are also guilty of looking for progress in the wrong places too.
In its wide-ranging Open event, IPG Mediabrands explored the challenges still faced by the LGBT+ community in the industry, and celebrated the creative champions dedicated to solving them.
A media narrative that insists parents are frightened of "screen time" is serving to distort the opportunities afforded to brands by the vibrant kids entertainment market.
In a complex and confusing era, mass-market brands provide a rare touchpoint for shared understanding, a lens through which consumers can better navigate the world around them. But are brands taking them for granted?
A Bloom event tackling 'the myth of the difficult woman' has lifted the lid on the challenges faced by women deemed 'too nice' or 'too difficult' to become leaders in the creative industries.
Stereotyping in advertising and media is the result of fear and "risk-averse corporate individuals".