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BALANCE chair Nicole Lonsdale named in FT’s Top 100 Female Champions of Women #HERoes

The HERoes lists celebrate company leaders who support women in business. Individuals were identified as champions of women in business by the judging panel. All were nominated by peers and colleagues, and the nominations were then reviewed by the Financial Times and the HERoes judging panel. Congratulations to Nicole, who was recognised for her hard … Continue reading BALANCE chair Nicole Lonsdale named in FT’s Top 100 Female Champions of Women #HERoes

BALANCE: Understanding and Overcoming Unconcious Bias

Kinetic are delighted to be hosting the second BALANCE breakfast. Unconscious bias can exist in various forms from gender, race, sexuality, weight or age.  We’ll be hearing from Emy Rumble-Mettle, Head of Talent GroupM, on why our brains are wired to have some form of bias but also how we can overcome this in the … Continue reading BALANCE: Understanding and Overcoming Unconcious Bias

Why PRIDE matters in 2018

Words: Ben Hope On the 7th July, Pride in London saw 40,000+ people parade through central London – no small feat to plan, organise and deliver, I’m sure you’ll agree. I’ve had the pleasure of attending Pride for the past few years, both as a participant and a spectator, and it’s one of best days of the year. The whole of London … Continue reading Why PRIDE matters in 2018

You’ll be fine: five things I’ve learnt since returning to work as a new mum (so far)

Words: Alice Emanuel 1. Returning to work puts to use all those years of experience. I had a year where I didn’t discuss the 48-sheet market with anyone and it was great. But all that OOH knowledge, creative ideas and client relationship experience was lying dormant, and what a waste it would be to not … Continue reading You’ll be fine: five things I’ve learnt since returning to work as a new mum (so far)

OOH LEADERS NAMED IN DIMA’S TOP 50 MALE ADVOCATES FOR EQUALITY LIST

Congratulations to Clear Channel's Richard Bonn and Primesight's Naren Patel for being named in DIMA's (Diversity in media and advertising) top 50 leading male advocates for equality in marketing and media. Announced at DIMA's second annual conference on the 2nd July, they join 48 other men from across the industry recognised for their work. You … Continue reading OOH LEADERS NAMED IN DIMA’S TOP 50 MALE ADVOCATES FOR EQUALITY LIST

Guilt and cheerios: the working life of a new dad and why we should be doing more to support new families

Words: James Byard   ‘Cheerio’ said my client after our meeting. ‘Yes, good to see you’. ‘No, you have a Cheerio on your jeans’. ‘Oh, errr, lord’. It’s quite difficult to avoid such incidents when your toddler would rather you wear their breakfast than eat it. "That I can be a part of my daughter’s … Continue reading Guilt and cheerios: the working life of a new dad and why we should be doing more to support new families

Rounding up some of the best from Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Mental Health Awareness Week ran from 14th-20th May, with 2018's theme being stress; something all of us are likely to have experienced at some stage in our lives. There were countless events and articles written on the topic across the week, containing useful insight and practical advice on managing stress, both at work and in our personal … Continue reading Rounding up some of the best from Mental Health Awareness Week 2018