One in three entrepreneurs is female. Equality is not a gender issue, it’s a business issue. For International Women’s Day 2020 we wanted to talk about this issue and be Each For Equal. We don’t have the answers, but we do have a voice that can shout about things we’re passionate about.
We’re looking for a creative and ambitious designer to join our fast-growing team. If you think this could be you, get in touch!
Mind your language. From the words on your website, products, and in your marketing, to strategic planning and office letters… words matter.
Last Friday, the London Bears and I set off for the Emerald Isle to attend the WhyDesign 50/50 event. We had helped with their marketing and were buzzing to go.
We are launching a new initiative called SHAPE to help encourage creativity in schools. So, we have the bit between our teeth and we’re on a mission to diversify the design industry.
Why is it that 70% of graphic design students are women but only 11% are Creative Directors? And why is it that in the UK, the design workforce is only 22% female?
Customers are loyal to companies who have brand values they identify with. So, prove your brand’s integrity, empathy, and all round authenticity and customer loyalty will improve.