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  • How to virtually onboard your new starter

    The pandemic has had a disruptive effect on people’s jobs and career prospects. It has forced many people into seeking new opportunities, and has turned home into both a living and a working space for many others. Whilst there is yet no strong indication of when (or if!) ‘normal office life’ will resume, the positive […]

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  • Hachette traineeship programme partners with Creative Access, Curtis Brown, & Waterstones

    Posted February 5, 2021 Hachette UK is launching a refreshed year-long traineeship programme, in partnership with literary agency Curtis Brown and bookseller Waterstones. Creative Access is working with Hachette UK to attract candidates to the programme from Black, Asian, and ethnically diverse groups, or from low socio-economic backgrounds. Ten trainees will join the publisher in […]

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  • Why we’ve moved away from ‘BAME’

    BAME is the acronym that has been used in an attempt to describe people who are not from White ethnic groups. We consider whether this term has outlived its usefulness, and whether a more nuanced alternative exists… What is BAME? The acronym BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) originates from, and is mostly used within, […]

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  • “Keep up to date with digital” – advice from top marketing gurus

    To kick off our first Masterclass of 2021, we were joined by James Dale (Managing Director) and Benji Haigh (Head of Client Services) from Sine Digital, a digital marketing agency specialising in entertainment, leisure, and fashion. James and Benji gave listeners a whirlwind tour of the rise of social media and of future digital trends. […]

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  • My path to being an advertising ‘creative’ – by Rohit Tharakan

    “Being a creative has its ups and downs, but, it can be a really exciting career. It allows you to really push, pull, and stretch your imagination as far as it can go.” Rohit’s dream was to work in advertising and with a bit of help from Creative Access, that dream became a reality…

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  • Creative Access CEO Josie Dobrin and Chair Stephen Page make the Bookseller150 list of most influential people in publishing

    Posted December 4, 2020 We are so thrilled and proud that both our CEO Josie Dobrin and our Chair Stephen Page from Faber and Faber are included in the Bookseller150 list of most influential people in publishing, alongside so many of our friends and colleagues. Special mention to our former intern, the brilliant Clarissa Pabi […]

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