Returning to work after my first maternity leave was hard.  

By Cheryl Crilley, Business Director at Kinetic Worldwide. There are lots of skills you pick up as a new mum that make you a more efficient employee:  - multi-tasking   - time management  - organisational skills  - and dealing with conflict (or tricky clients, some might say!)  At the end of my first maternity leave, I rocked up to the office excited to be … Continue reading Returning to work after my first maternity leave was hard.  

Breaking the Silence on Baby Loss

TRIGGER WARNING: BABY LOSS & MISCARRIAGE. By Lucy Cutter, Head of Planning at Kinetic & Bloom President 2021. This week marks Baby Loss Awareness Week. An opportunity to bring together those who have experienced baby loss and provide a time and place to share their experience, offer support and highlight that they are not alone. … Continue reading Breaking the Silence on Baby Loss

Menopause: A Beginning, Not an End

By Amy Horton, Chief Product Officer at Talon Outdoor. October is Menopause awareness month, an opportunity to educate ourselves and support the women around us living through it. You could ask why focus on menopause when there are so few mature women in the Out of Home (OOH) industry. Well, Menopause is a key reason … Continue reading Menopause: A Beginning, Not an End

Reflections on the Sarah Everard Case: A Message to Men

By Dan Sutton Whilst writing this piece I discovered a horrifying statistic: according to the Missing People charity one person goes missing every 90 seconds around the UK. Social media has enabled news to break faster than ever, but as we become inundated with content it becomes harder to keep track of stories. But the … Continue reading Reflections on the Sarah Everard Case: A Message to Men

I’m Not Your Superwoman

By Amy Horton, Chief Product Officer at Talon Outdoor. In the narrative to strive for gender equality, and to promote women’s rightful place in business boardrooms and leadership positions, an unattainable role model of the superwoman seems to have emerged and I don’t think it is helping the sisterhood. If we want more women in … Continue reading I’m Not Your Superwoman