Careers & Business

  • January 24, 2016

    Babies at your desks: The gender gap solution for 2016?

    If you are a working female in your mid to late twenties you may have got some strong hints from family members during the festive period that you should now be thinking about starting a family! For those of us who are warming up to this idea which includes myself, there are two burning questions […]

  • January 6, 2016

    12 ways to get your dream job!

    New Year, New Me! It’s that time of the year when we start to think about what we want to achieve in the next 12 months.  The festive season has now ended and most of us had to return to the harsh reality of work this week. Early morning starts and long commutes to work […]

  • December 29, 2015

    Best Bits of 2015

    With only a few days left until 2016 we thought we would take you on a trip down memory lane to reflect on some of our best bits for women and feminism in 2015. So grab a warm drink and enjoy! UK Government reaction to the gender pay gap We all agree that more can […]

  • December 16, 2015

    My Biggest Mistake, Meka, Entrepreneur

    My Biggest Mistake was…. that for a number of years I had identified one company I really wanted to work for. They did super interesting work, had a great reputation and appeared to be a perfect fit for my career plans. Unfortunately, for me and my big ambitions, there was one problem – they were […]

  • December 15, 2015

    We celebrate her: Thanyia Moore, Comedian

    Described as Moore by name and Moorish by nature, Thanyia Moore has always held a love for comedy, but despite a background in acting and dance, her confidence to tell jokes on stage, came much later in life. Her ‘matter of fact’ stage persona coupled with her lively smiling face andmanic work rate have propelled […]

  • December 9, 2015

    My Biggest Mistake, Graham Hopgood

    MY BIGGEST MISTAKE WAS…. As a brash 16 year old with a fierce independent streak, I decided enough was enough – and I quit college just a month into my A levels. I didn’t have a plan or a job. This was the start of 4 or 5 years of trying random, mostly depressingly dull […]