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Work sisters

Ever since our launch in 2011, the Industry Club has been passionate about bringing more creative women into the advertising and marketing industry and, more importantly, helping them to climb the ladder once there.

Work Sisters is our career support programme to tackle the challenging issue of gender diversity helping and advising creative women with their future career paths.

We are also working in partnership with Creative Equals to encourage women to return to work, Returnships. This programme focuses on mums, who may have left the creative and marketing industry and want to come back, offering both placements and full time employment.

We want to help you

We offer sound career advice for creative women at all levels. Our team have had first hand experience of the industry, and as women, we understand that at times it can be challenging.

The individual support comes in the form of guidance that is often inaccessible in the workplace, including:

  • Portfolio and C.V. advice
  • Raising your profile
  • Negotiation skills
  • Goal setting and career planning
  • Advice on flexible working
  • Salary benchmarking
  • Returning to the workplace

If you would like to talk to us as an individual, or as part of an organization on how we could help support your needs…

 

Work Sisters aims to offer a robust support system to females in the industry at an individual level. 

It also aims to help creative and marketing agencies address their gender imbalance to affect change.

And partnering with Creative Equals we are working to find opportunities for returners to the industry.

 

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At Adweek Europe 2016 we joined forces with Creative Equals and ran a panel with Fellow panellists seeking to address the diversity and continue to work with Creative Equals and their agencies who hold the Creative Equals
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