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Karen Blackett & Daren Rubins Join Line-up for Bloom Inclusivity Event, 5 months, 3 weeks ago

Karen Blackett & Daren Rubins Join Line-up for Bloom Inclusivity Event

12th April 2016: Bloom, the professional network for women in communications, has revealed the panel of industry experts for its next event, Achieving Your Potential: Inclusivity. The event, in aid of charity Women’s Aid, will take place on the evening of Thursday 12th May at MullenLowe’s offices in East London.

Chaired by Karen Blackett OBE, CEO of Mediacom, the event will feature a panel of experts exploring how an inclusive working environment results in better outputs and happier employees. 

Confirmed panellists include:

- Daren Rubins, CEO of media agency PHD

Roxanne Hobbs, Founder of The Hobbs Consultancy, which aims to transform the workplace through inclusivity

- David Brockway, Project Leader at GREAT Men, a project which aims to challenge stereotypes of masculinity and to engage men and boys in the movement towards gender equality.

Tickets for the event cost £20 and are available via Eventbrite, with all proceeds going to the charity Women’s Aid, the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. 

Bloom is a professional network for women in communications that exists to help them fulfil their potential through mentoring, networking events and fundraising. More information on Bloom and its programme of events can be found on the Bloom Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Booktickets for the event here.

Emily Philp, President of Bloom said: “We are thrilled to announce the line-up of the latest event in our Achieving Your Potential series. Our chair and panellists each bring with them a huge amount of insight into and experience of the importance of inclusivity in the workplace. We encourage people of all backgrounds to sign up and join in the conversation.”