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We Are The City announced their Rising Star Awards winners

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WeAreTheCity, together with the Royal Bank of Canada, have announced this year’s winners of their Rising Star Awards. This years winners range from Antarctica adventurer, ambassador for the Captain Tom Foundation & student supporting Afghan refugees – all amazing women. Now in their eighth year, the awards are the first to focus on the UK’s […]

Equality: Women are losing out on company share schemes

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Women are losing out on company share schemes too. We all know about the pay gap women are racing to close but the overall wealth gap is still largely untackled.  An important source of income is out of reach for many female executives new findings reveal. Research by law firm Boodle Hatfield found that 69% […]

Unleash your inner Wonder Woman

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Mindfulness Expert Dana Zelicha presents five steps to unleashing your inner Wonder Woman and finding the right work-life balance using mindfulness Are you a working woman who feels pressure to find balance? Is fear or uncertainty stopping you from making leaps or moving forward? Society and instinct have made women primary care-takers, however we cannot […]

Meet the women rocking the tech world on International Women’s Day

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QA, the UK’s leading technology training and apprenticeship organisation, has created a film to inspire women into technology careers for International Women’s Day. Last week, QA uncovered that nearly half of women were actively discouraged from starting a career in tech. This worrying revelation is highly conceivable, shown by the fact that women represent just […]

Searcys at 30 Pavilion Road celebrates girl power ahead of International Women’s Day

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Searcys at 30 Pavilion Road has kick-started International Women’s Day a week early with an evening of fun, education and entertainment at Searcys spiritual home in Knightsbridge. The event included a Duval-Leroy champagne-tasting experience, a Pinkster gin bar, Jo Malone hand and arm massages, artisan Mallow & Marsh marshmallows, sparkly gifts from Annie Haak and […]

20 leading organisations rally behind WeAreTheCity to support 2017 Rising Star Awards

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Nominations are now open for the WeAreTheCity Rising Star Awards 2017, recognising the UK’s female talent pipeline below management level. For the third year running, these highly successful awards will celebrate 100 individual female contributors who represent the leaders and role models of tomorrow. These individuals will join an alumni of 200 previous winners from […]

talkRADIO launches Badass Women’s Hour

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talkRADIO is launching a brand new radio show called Badass Women’s Hour, which will be broadcast every Saturday night at 8pm starting 14 January. Presented by journalist Harriet Minter and co-hosted by entrepreneurs Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton, Badass Women’s Hour will feature bold and inspiring women from fashion, music, design and business reacting to […]

Michelle Obama named biggest inspiration for working women

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Michelle Obama inspired millions of parents and children with her fight against obesity and now she’s leading the fight for working women, according to a new poll. The survey, conducted by market researcher OnePoll, saw 2000 employed women between the ages of 24 and 45 vote the First Lady as the one who inspires them […]

Two thirds of women working below their potential after a career break

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Two-thirds of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid roles or work fewer hours than they prefer when they return to a job after a career break, according to research published by PwC, in conjunction with Women Returners and 30% Club. 427,000 UK female professionals are currently estimated to be on a career break and […]

Three women transforming Britain’s work landscape

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With Global Workplace Analytics (GWA) finding that allowing employees to telecommute even half the time would save companies at least £7000 per employee per year, and numerous studies illustrating the widespread benefits of a diverse workforce, three women in particular have had the chance to reflect on the evolution of working life in the UK. […]


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