Following the success of its sell-out inaugural event, Bloom Scotland (a network for women in comms & marketing) is hosting its second panel event on the morning of 30 October in Edinburgh. The session – titled ‘Being Brave, Setting Goals & Making Changes’ – will focus on how to take risks, manage ambitions and how to go about making a career change – big or small!
Sponsored by JCDecaux and Republic of Media, we will be joined by a panel of three inspiring women: Kylie Reid, founder of Egg; Daniela Gauntlett who works within Learning & Development and is a qualified Career Change coach; and Clare Elder who is a pitch expert and founder of Elder & Wiser. The event will be at 9am-11:30am at YOTEL Edinburgh on 30 October.
Following the panel event, Kelly Ling (Partner, Head of Dynamic Creative at Dentsu) will be facilitating an #IAmRemarkable workshop for women focusing on themes discussed in the panel. Kelly actively supports diversity and inclusion initiatives across the advertising industry.
#IAmRemarkable is a global initiative managed by Rmrkblty licensed by Google, a programme aimed to empower women and underrepresented groups to celebrate and share their achievements in the workplace and address imposter syndrome alongside misconceptions of self-promotion based on society, culture and gender modesty norms.
#IAmRemarkable will run straight after the panel until 1.30pm.
Attendees are limited to 15 places maximum, so please register early to secure your place.