M&C Saatchi’s Niccola Phillips: Mind The (Confidence) Gap

As headline sponsor of B&T’s 3% Conference Australasia, M&C Saatchi has nominated its head of art, Niccola Phillips to pen an opinion piece exploring whether creative departments are still as sexist as they appear from the outside. Let’s be frank. I don’t want to write this article, and you most probably don’t want to read it. You’re […]

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Why Developing Your Emotional Intelligence Is Worth The Effort

In this guest piece, Kate Chaffer (pictured below), co-founder and director of organisational development consultancy Culture Zone, explores the benefits of having a well-developed emotional intelligence – both for the individual and for the organisation. At the World Business Forum last week, I felt lucky to hear from the world’s indisputable authority on emotional intelligence, Daniel Goleman. […]

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Infographic: 83% Of Millennial Women Want Their Own Businesses (& Families Too)

A new study into Millennial women (those under 35) have found that careers are important but their number one priority is still their families. The study, albeit a US one, was conducted by career advice platform Creative & Cultivate and surveyed more than 400 Gen Y females about their jobs, finances and their social habits. One of […]

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Women In Media Is Back And Open For Entries. Now With Men!

With the urgent business imperative to keep more women in our industry coming into sharper and sharper focus, B&T’s Women in Media Awards and Forum is back to do its bit to help. Inspirational women are all around us – leading, innovating and mentoring the next generation, and B&T will recognise this with its annual […]

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SBS Announce Winners Of Its $1 Million Diversity Challenge

SBS has announced Surf Life Saving Australia as the winner of the 2017 Diversity Works Challenge, with its campaign concept developed by KWP! in Adelaide. Opening earlier this year, the initiative called on brands and agencies to develop an advertising campaign that demonstrates the diversity of today’s Australia. SBS managing director, Michael Ebeid, said: “SBS has been […]

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