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July 5, 2019
05
Jul

Rising Star Awards’ Celebration 2019 | In Pictures

WeAreTheCity celebrated the winners of the 2019 Rising Star Awards last night (Wednesday 3 July), at a prestigious ceremony at The Landmark Hotel, Marylebone, London. Over 400 winners, sponsors, judges and guests attended the fifth Rising Star Awards and enjoyed a sparkling reception, a three-course meal and fine wine. Guests also had the opportunity to...
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05
Jul

Rising Star Awards’ Celebration 2019 | In Words

WeAreTheCity celebrated the winners of the 2019 Rising Star Awards last night (Wednesday 3 July), at a prestigious ceremony at The Landmark Hotel, Marylebone, London. Over 400 winners, sponsors, judges and guests attended the fifth Rising Star Awards and enjoyed a sparkling reception, a three-course meal and fine wine. Guests also had the opportunity to...
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lgbt featured
05
Jul

The importance of modern, forward-thinking leadership teams | Emma Springham

As London Pride approaches, Post Office’s Chief Marketing Officer Emma Springham reflects on the importance of modern, forward-thinking leadership teams and the role they have in shaping today’s society. From the moment I arrived at my interview with Post Office, I knew it was the role and company for me. The rainbow pride flag was...
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Katie Mallinson, MD of Scriba PR featured
05
Jul

Inspirational Woman: Katie Mallinson | Managing Director, Scriba PR

CIPR member Katie Mallinson is Scriba’s founder. An Outstanding Young Communicator winner with a gong from HRH Prince Andrew also under her belt, she steers the Scriba ship and maintains the lead on all new business enquiries. Her passion for communicating and eye for growth opportunities means she still loves to be hands-on with several...
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Female footballer, women's football featured
05
Jul

Why aren’t we having a sweepstake for the women’s World Cup?

Article provided by Gavin Zaprzala-Banks, Principal, Punter Southall Aspire This was the question that my ten-year-old daughter asked ahead of this summer’s competition. In truth, she openly admits to not being interested in many sports and actively avoids football whenever possible – why ever would she want to engage in something that her older brother...
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05
Jul

The National Diversity Awards announce 2019 shortlist

A record breaking 28,000 people nominated this year alone and the results are finally in for the National Diversity Awards (NDA), with an astonishing 126 nominees being recognised for their various achievements nationwide. Community organisations and role models from across the UK will head to the breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 20th September to witness...
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new mum returning to work featured
05
Jul

Mum’s the word: Your rights as a new mother in the workplace

Jayne Harrison is Partner and Head of Employment Law at Richard Nelson LLP According to Workplace Insight, there has been a 70 per cent increase since 2018 in women being fired on maternity leave and the use of gagging orders following maternity-related disputes. Whilst this is not entirely reflective of every woman’s experience when returning...
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