Let’s do Lunch Network | Open for Business: Video Content and Social Media Marketing with Ivolution Productions

Video content is the key marketing trend of 2018.

It’s an effective great way of engaging with your customers, clients and new audiences. More consumers are interacting with videos today than ever before. So it made perfect sense for me to partner with a professional filmmaker to add another dimension to the Let’s do Lunch Network… And I couldn’t be more excited about it! Continue reading

Let’s do Lunch Travel | Creating Meaningful Connections One Flight at A Time

When I set up the Let’s do Lunch Network blog, it was with an intention share my experiences as a young (self-)educated Londoner living in Soho (a unique perspective I still haven’t made the most of sharing), with a drive towards success – by way of self-fulfilment. I figured a short cut would by via the path of making the right contacts. So I set that as my mission – An Urban Girl’s Guide to Making Contacts – And Keeping Them… Even it it means crossing the skies to reach that goal! Continue reading

Let’s do Lunch | Diversity Matters Awareness Week kicks off this April!

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April 2018 will mark two years since I launched Diversity Matters during my final year at London College of Communication, part of University of the Arts London! Juggling final year dissertation with project managing a university-wide event ‘Diversity Matters Awareness Week at UAL‘ had it’s doubtful moments, however the outcomes were certainly worth it! I couldn’t have predicted the impact my ‘little idea’ could have on changing mind-sets on how we address race agendas in the workplace and in education.  Continue reading

#LinkLove: why DIY SEO is EXACTLY what my startup needs

This afternoon I got feed a wealth of information which hours later, I’m still try to digest.

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Injera: low-fat, low sodium, gluten-free.. and tasty!

You know that feeling when you first try a new dish you’re unfamiliar with (like injera from Ethiopia and Eritrea)… It looks good enough to eat, in fact you might even know it’s healthy for you. Yet you’re just not sure if it’ll please your taste buds. So you pick at it with caution, and before you know it – you’ve gobbled up the whole thing! Continue reading

UAL Careers and Enterprise Diversity outreach

Still, not enough Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students are applying for funds and opportunities available to them at University of the Arts London. This is reflected the attainment gap, and lack work prospects recent graduated of BAME students face, in comparison to their white peers. UAL Careers and Employability is working towards reaching more BAME student audiences so spread the word, share and… apply! Continue reading