Join Azeem Ahmad, Sunjay Singh and Joyann Boyce for a conversation about cultural diversity in the marketing sector on Thursday 17th September from 3pm – 4pm.
This webinar is perfect for marketers and business owners who want to start being more inclusive at work.
– Practical ways to champion diversity in the workplace and get around the biases of your boss
– First hand experiences of cultural bias as told by our panellists
– The steps we can take as an industry and as individuals to make inclusive marketing the standard
– How we can encourage more young people of colour into the sector
There’ll also be a 15 minute Q&A where you can submit anonymous questions on the topic; so if there’s a question you have which you felt uncomfortable or a bit silly asking, this is your chance to ask it.
Register for the free webinar and get the joining link here: mnky.bz/bau
Submit your questions for the panellists here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GKCM3BGRegister
Noisy Little Monkey is the digital marketing agency focused on HubSpot. We use inbound marketing and automation to deliver the kind of results your boss will want to give you a payrise for.
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