Women in Retail

woman, store, register, sales, shoppingThe Australian Retailers Association and female recruitment and HR company, Diverse City Careers, have teamed up to provide a free and exclusive webinar especially for Women in Retail.

The Women in Retail webinar is for all females across the industry, whether at the beginning of your retail career or are a seasoned professional, and will focus on personal branding  as a key to advancing your career.

Join the webinar with Gemma Lloyd, co-founder and director of Diverse City Careers to get practical advice and tips that can be applied straight away to stand out in the crowd.

Topics to be discussed in the webinar include:

– Why personal branding matters
– Knowing your worth
– Online branding, including LinkedIn and social media
– Becoming a person of influence in your industry.

Gemma will share how placing importance on creating and developing a personal brand has helped her fast track her career, as well as become a crucial component when starting her own company.

The webinar will take place from 10am to 11am AEDT on Thursday October 29.

To register for this free event, click here.

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