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Nice girls should be seen and not heard…

KTG founder Natalie Maher and communications expert Catherine Allison discuss some of the challenges women face getting their voices heard in our agency world, and look at practical tips that’ll boost your gravitas. With a recent US study reporting that six-year-old girls are less likely than boys to believe that...
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The BBC and Everyday Sexism

As a rather unfit ‘back seat driver’ of sport, I have loved watching the Olympics this year, shouting at the screen as a new found expert of all sport (I mean, come on, how hard is it not to create a splash jumping into water from ten meters high?). We,...
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The gender pay gap, Channel 4 and KTG.

A few weeks ago I was invited by Channel 4 news to comment on the government’s publishing of gender pay scales. Apparently they had all of the usual academics available, but they wanted a voice from industry to contribute to the debate from a ‘real world’ point of view. The...
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The Future of a more ‘Feminine’ Workplace

At the end of September, after years of thinking and months of planning, Kerning the Gap was finally launched (#KTGDayOne). The breakfast event saw business owners, creatives, leaders and juniors – both agency and client side –  come together to hear an inspiring (yet practical) speech from Cheryl Giovannoni, share...
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The Value of a Role Model

The first event of Kerning The Gap got off to a resounding start – with Cheryl Giovannoni, recent CEO of Ogilvy sharing her thoughts on how businesses, and individuals, can benefit from addressing the issues that surround gender inequality in the design industry. Cheryl started out with an interesting truth; the...
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