Need inspiration and insight for the first quarter of the year? Or perhaps you want to get the jump on what’s to come in the media. Through CORQ’s industry insights programme of Zoom events, you’ll get all of this and the opportunity to ask each interviewee questions. The theme for this season’s lineup is “the doers” – the people who create content, spot lifestyle movements and spark conversations. See below for details of our sessions for Q1 and information on how to register for each talk. Our “Group Chat” inspiration talks are aimed at students on our universities programme but everyone is welcome and these talks are still enormously insightful. If you can’t make the live event, fear not – each session is recorded and published with notes on CORQ within 24 hours of it happening. Here’s what’s to come for all CORQ members…
January 26th (4pm – 4.30pm): Group chat inspiration session with Luke Hyams, Head of YouTube Originals.
January 27th (1pm – 1.30pm): How to connect with the female audience through podcasting with Grace O’Neill, co-host of chart-topping podcast After Work Drinks.
February 3rd (1pm – 1.30pm): Understanding menswear in 2021 with Teo Van Den Broeke, Style and Grooming Director of GQ.
February 9th: What it’s like to cover the coronavirus pandemic with Lizzie Parry, Health Editor of The Sun (time coming soon).
February 10th (1pm – 1.30pm): How to talk to consumers about money on social media with Bola Sol, personal finance influencer and Merky Books author.
February 23rd: Group chat inspiration session with Louise Boyle, Senior Climate Change Correspondent for The Independent (register here).
February 24th (1pm – 1.30pm): Why influencers say no to doing your campaign with Bronagh Monahan, renowned influencer talent manager and founder of Bronagh Monahan Talent.
March 3rd (1pm – 1.30pm): Lifestyle in year two of the pandemic with Twiggy Jalloh, beauty and lifestyle journalist for British Vogue and podcaster.
March 4th: Group chat inspiration session with Caley Routledge, Editorial Manager of TikTok UK (time coming soon).
March 10th (1-1.30pm): Understanding our changed relationship with food and cooking trends in 2021 with Christine Hayes, Editor-in-Chief of BBC Good Food.
March 17th: A masterclass in digital culture with Bolu Babalola, bestselling author of Love In Colour, screenwriter and journalist (time and registration details coming soon).
Picture credit: Bola Sol via Instagram.