Please join us for our upcoming social media event when we will be in conversation with Pip Jamieson, founder of The Dots.
The talk will be available to view via our Facebook page from 29th July at 1pm
This talk, between Caroline Jackman, Talent Development Manager at the Crafts Council and Pip Jamieson, is aimed at creatives that are just starting out or looking for top tips on the power of building networks including:
- The whys’ and how-tos of building an audience;
- What are values and why they are important to building networks;
- Why diversity and creativity are so important;
- Why you need to consider purpose and pay;
- Staying resilient in your work, where happiness is personal, to consider this when working with others and building your networks.
About Pip Jamieson
Pip Jamieson is the Founder & CEO of The Dots (https://the-dots.com), dubbed ˜The next LinkedIn?' by Forbes.
The Dots is designed around the networking needs of 'No Collar' professionals - creators, freelancers and entrepreneurs. As routine jobs become more automated, these No Collar professionals will represent the future workforce.
Delightfully Dyslexic with a distinctive marmite laugh (you either love it or you hate it) Pip was named by The Sunday Times as one of the Top 100 Disruptive Entrepreneurs innovating in their respective fields, by Creative Review as one of the top 50 Creative Leaders & by Campaign as one of the 50 Trailblazers of the Future. Head to Wikipedia for more info. Being a dyslexic sole female tech founder, Pip has put helping business build diverse teams at the heart of everything they do! 68% + of The Dots community is female, 31% + BAME & 16% + LGBT+. Â The Dots also do a lot of work around socioeconomic diversity and neurodiversity to fuel a more balanced industry of the future.
Pip lives on a houseboat with her husband in Kings Cross, London.