- 128 Pages
Little Black Book (with additional chapters)
Written by Otegha Uwagba, one of Forbes’ European 30 Under 30, Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women is the modern career guide every creative woman needs, whether you’re just starting out or your career is already well underway.
Packed with fresh ideas, we’re sure this pocket-sized handbook will become your go-to resource when it comes to building your future. Whether you need advice on how to thrive as a freelancer, or tips on how to master the art of public speaking, there’s something here for everyone.
With contributions from trailblazing creative women including acclaimed author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Refinery29 co-founder Piera Gelardi, The Gentlewoman’s Editor in Chief Penny Martin, and many more, Little Black Book is a curation of essential wisdom and hard-won career insights. Whether you’re a thinker, a maker, an artist or an entrepreneur, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for your working life here.
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Otegha Uwagba is a writer, brand consultant and founder of Women Who – a London-based platform for creative working women. The initiative aims to connect, support and inspire women working in the creative industries through publications, online content and events. Its first project is the Sunday Times bestseller, Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women, the modern career guide every creative woman needs, whether just starting out or well experienced.
With a background spanning creative agencies and publishers, including Vice and world-renowned creative agency AMV BBDO, Otegha has worked with a diverse range of people and projects, with a particular interest in lifestyle, women’s brands, digital innovation, and youth culture.