Lewis Silkin partners with ad and creative agency leading lights for LGBT event
26 October 2016
First of its kind networking forum to feature thought provoking Q&A session with LGBT luminaries.
LONDON – UK top 100 law firm Lewis Silkin LLP are today announcing a stellar line-up for a multi-agency LGBT networking event, organised in partnership with a number of high-profile media and advertising agencies.
The event will feature a Q&A discussing issues of LGBT visibility and representation in the creative industries workplace. Featuring effervescent performer and writer Amy Lamé, the panel will also include Mark Runacus, co-owner of Karmarama and LGBT diversity champion, as well as Paul Twocock, Director of Campaigns, Policy and Research at LGBT charity Stonewall. Completing the line-up and chairing the sessions will be Geraint Lloyd-Taylor, managing associate at Lewis Silkin and vice chair of the PRCA’s LGBT committee.
The exciting event is taking place on 2 November and is being supported by the Omnicom Group, Mother, Wieden & Kennedy and Karmarama - who have kindly donated the space for the evening.
Geraint Lloyd-Taylor, managing associate at Lewis Silkin LLP, comments:
“LGBT rights have come a long way over the past decade, and the fight for equality has continued to make great gains, including in the workplace. This event has been designed to bring people together in order to share experiences, establish a support network and to continue to push the creative sector to champion diversity and equality, and, ultimately, to create a happier, more fulfilling environment.”
Registration for the event can be completed online.
For further information, please contact:
Scott Addison, Matthew Clark or Tal Donahue, Infinite Global
Tel: 020 7269 1430