'In Her Shoes' Exclusive : "Half of women who work in the marketing industry have reportedly experienced sexism at some point" / Filmed interview with Nicole Yershon, Ogilvy / Contented Brands

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Apparently, almost half of women who work in the marketing industry have reportedly experienced sexism at some point. This is according to a recent survey by The Drum.

In this series of 3-4 minute, filmed interviews with high profile women within the marketing industry, we will ask our interviewees, if they have experienced it and if so how they coped.

These films feature women who are business owners, who head up brands and who also work for large agencies.This time our film features Nicole Yershon, Director Innovative Solutions Ogilvy  and Will Harvey Lead & Trend Spotter for VCCP

In each interview the women are also asked a series of other questions e.g.: what are they most proud of, who inspires them, their favourite Ted Talk, whats the next big thing in their industry etc.,


Towards the end of interview the woman will be asked to nominate a man who could do her job – ie ‘Wear Her Shoes’. Then we see the nominee actually walking in their shoes.

Our first film 'In Her Shoes' by Contented Brands featured Camilla Honey of JFDI 

The next interview will feature Alex Mecklenburg, Client Partner, We Are Friday

If this series of videos captures your imagination talk with us about potential sponsorship.   Call Alex Gulland on 07765 404 404 or Will Corry 01784 434 412


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Exclusive : 'In Her Shoes' - our first film by Contented Brands features Camilla Honey of JFDI

'In Her Shoes' a film by Contented Brands from Contented Brands on Vimeo.

Our first exclusive film by Contented Brands features Camilla Honey of JFDI

Apparently, almost half of women who work in the marketing industry have reported sexism at some point. According to a recent marketing study by Drum

Here is the first video (In Her Shoes) of a series which will be seen in theMarketingblog over the next few months. In these on-line interviews, with high profile women within the marketing industry, our interviewees will be asked if they feel ‘sexism in the workplace’ has held them back’?  

These films will feature women who are business owners, who head up brands and who also work for large agencies.

If this series of videos captures your imagination talk with us about potential sponsorship. 

Call Alex Gulland on 07765 404 404 or Will Corry 01784 434 412

'In Her Shoes' explores sexism in the workplace amongst other subjects in this series of three minute films

'In Her Shoes'

Apparently, almost half of women who work in the marketing industry have reported sexism at some point. According to a recent marketing study by Drum

A light hearted series of 5 x 3 minutes videos (In Her Shoes) will be seen in theMarketingblog over the next few months. In these on-line interviews, with high profile women within the marketing industry, our interviewees will be asked if they feel ‘sexism in the workplace’ has held them back’?

These films will feature women who are business owners, who head up brands and who also work for large agencies.

Each woman will be asked a series of questions covering the following areas:

  • The secret behind their success?. Key personal milestones?
  • Their initial inspiration for getting into the industry?
  • Advice to anyone who wants to get into their business?
  • Have they ever experienced sexism in the workplace, if so did it hold them back and how they dealt with it?

Nicole Yershon (Director of Innovation at Ogilvy) 

and Camilla Honey (Director of JFDI) have confirmed their participation.

During the last part of the interview they will be asked about their favourite pair of shoes.

Then at the conclusion of the interview, they will be asked to nominate a man within their industry that they would like to see wear a pair of women’s shoes - this represents their shoes.  This would be someone they know, admire and feel could do their job.

The following week’s interview will briefly feature the nominated man wearing the women’s shoes or just an empty pair of shoes - if they have turned down the offer.

The style of the interviews will be short, sharp and witty.

Contented Brands