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Careers & Business

  • April 7, 2017

    CEO of Girls Talk London hosts Penguin Living & Virgin Books Podcast

    On Tuesday 7th March, Our Founder & CEO Vanessa Sanyauke was the guest host for the Virgin Books and Penguin Living podcast “Live. Life. Better” for a special international women’s day episode that focused on discussing ways that women can take the lead in their careers and in society. Her guests were Melanie Eusebe, Executive […]

  • September 19, 2016

    Three ways to make a great start in your career

    I’ve always loved the month of September. It always reminds me of a mini-new year. Like many other recent graduates across the country, you may be getting ready to start your new graduate role, or waiting for graduate employers to reopen their applications. This may be a time of anxiety or excitement for you. Starting […]

  • September 7, 2016

    Five ways to deal with redundancy

    Redundancy used to be a word reserved for our parents. A big, scary, looming word that you knew was bad but that wasn’t your problem- until you were at least maybe 40 and knew how to cope with it. Unfortunately most challenges don’t arrive when we’re ready and as technology improves and the job market […]

  • September 5, 2016

    5 ways to choose the right internship

    Internships are a great way to gain valuable longer term experience with an employer in your chosen sector. It’s an opportunity for you to start putting the knowledge gained through study into practice in a real life work environment, find out about the different roles available and the progression paths to consider, as well as […]

  • August 30, 2016

    Can women really have it all? Join us on Tuesday 27th September at Allen and Overy

    After a long summer break we are back with our next event on Tuesday 27th September. Hosted by law firm Allen & Overy our panel are a mixture of Senior women and men who have worked for FTSE 100 businesses in Law, banking and media. Our panel will be sharing their career journey and offering […]

  • August 26, 2016

    How to ace your next interview

    Interviews. You’ve spent hours upon hours trailing through job adverts, researching companies, tailoring cover letters, checking for grammatical errors and finally you’re through to the next stage. An initial rush of excitement, for most, is soon replaced by a sense of dread. But interviews, if you’re prepared and the interview is done right, doesn’t have […]