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Highly motivated and ambitious with a passion for new business? Then we’ve got the perfect role for you!
We’re looking for a Business Development Manager to join our team. 🤝
Apply today 👉 bit.ly/2ZAQ835
Closing date: Monday 8 July at 5pm

Business Development Manager – Cheltenham Festivals

We are looking for a highly motivated and ambitious individual with a passion for new business and a successful track record to match. The Business Development Manager sits within the wider Partnerships Team. The role is responsible for identifying and building new strategic corporate partnerships t…

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#FeministsDontWearPink (and other lies) empowered women all over the world and encouraged them to reflect on what feminism means to them. Scarlett Curtis curated a collection of work that spoke for women who are yet to find their voice. 

This year she returns to #cheltlitfest bringing her latest work, It’s Not OK To Feel Blue (and other lies), a collection of experiences aimed at providing hope to young people and destigmatising mental illness. #OKTOFEELBLUE 

She’s joined by activist and co-founder of The Pink Protest Honey Ross, actor and director Kelechi Okafor and author and journalist Poorna Bell to discuss their individual contributions to the book.

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