Looking to gain skills and network? Apply for a place at the AllBright Academy

Allbright Academy

Supporting women throughout their career journey is at the heart of what we do at AllBright.

Our Academy programme, taking place over ten weeks and encompassing two courses, is designed to help women gain the skills, confidence and network needed to achieve their goals.

The Academy courses are aimed at aspiring, early-stage female founders as well as women working within businesses small or large. The courses are for women at any age or any stage of their career.

‘Smashing the Glass Ceiling’ lends itself to women who are looking to reflect upon and develop their careers. The course focuses on skills including the art of negotiation, body language and communication styles as well as the importance of an entrepreneurial mindset at work. Contributors to this course include Nicola Mendelsohn, VP Facebook EMEA, Sinead Burke, author, activist and broadcaster and Karen Blackett OBE, UK Country Manager for WPP, amongst many more.

Our second course, ‘Doing it For Yourself,’ covers modules including basic accountancy, how to hire a team, how to market a business and optimise your customer experience – everything you might need to start a business. Course contributors include designer and entrepreneur Cath Kidson, Cassandra Stavrou, founder of popular popcorn brand Propercorn and Nicola Elliott, founder, NEOM Organics.

We are also delighted to offer all Academy students access to AllBright Messenger, our bespoke community chat function and accompany the online course with in-person workshops, designed to develop your understanding of the course content.

We are thrilled to exclusively offer 50 places to WeAreTheCity members to join the AllBright Academy, to help women of every age and every stage gain the skills, confidence and network to achieve their career ambitions. Simply enter the code WEARETHECITYAB when prompted.

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