Marketing Camp: Making your marketing more inclusive

20 January @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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This month’s speaker is Nicola Barretto, the Communications Coordinator at Brookes Enterprise Support. Nicola lives in Headington (though she originally hails from Kenya), is a massive foodie, and is pretty sure she’s Manchester United’s biggest fan.

She’ll be taking the vital but all-too-often vague topic of EDI (Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion) and giving us tangible examples of how to make it a reality in our day-to-day work. Based on her own – and her team’s – experiences, she’ll be sharing practical ways we can make everything we do in marketing more inclusive and accessible. We’ll also leave a slightly longer chunk of time for Q&A than usual, so we can share ideas across the group.

How our gatherings tend to go

6pm: Doors open for (free) drinks, marketing chit-chat, and – let’s face it – probably at least some small talk about the weather

6.30-7.15pm: A brilliant marketing talk from a knowledgeable and interesting human

7.15-7.30pm: It’s GUS time (that’s Genuinely Useful Shit)

7.30-8pm: More (still free) drinks and fun chat (hopefully about more interesting stuff than the weather by this point)

Hosted by local brand voice crafter Bethany Joy, in partnership with wonderfully-lovely HR and talent specialists Pink Giraffe and the fantastic Oxford College of Marketing.

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20 January
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6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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