In partnership with WACL member MT Rainey's innovative online mentoring site, horsesmouth.co.uk, we are inviting WACL members to volunteer by signing up and profiling as mentors to young people all over Britain who aren't lucky enough to be able to access WACL members, can't attend events in London and perhaps would never meet anyone working in the kinds of jobs we do. Click here to sign up and claim your WACL badge.
Once you've profiled, people can reach you through this safe, hosted platform. All exchanges are online, you can choose to remain anonymous and you can choose whether, when and of course how to respond. You can also publish your inspirational personal stories and pearls of wisdom. WACL members have plenty of those! Browse some of the other profiles on the site to get a flavour of how it works and check out the WACL partner profile here to see how we are positioning the partnership to the horsesmouth community.
Anna Cremin at Pearl & Dean gave WACL and FLF a brilliant plug in the 10th of April 2009 issue of Campaign magazine.
Victoria Ward is working with a women’s co-operative in Khayelitsha, South Africa who have designed with Carla Bruni a stunning hand made bag. The bags are a limited edition and sold in a handful of stores but Victoria has reserved some especially for WACL. Attached is a flyer with more information. Please contact Victoria on Victoriaward@emailaccount.com to order one
WACL and BSME hosted a memorable networking event at the Gherkin. Have a look at the photos of the event and read the article in Media Age on the subject
Our very own Jayne Barr has won the 2008 Marketing Freelancer of the Year award!
a Big congratualtions from all of us at WACL! If you're interested in the details, you need to go onto the following website: www.freelanceroftheyear.co.uk