The ONE School opens doors for Black creatives in the advertising industry

A new programme has been set up to help Black creatives across the UK get into the advertising industry – opening doors that may usually be closed to them.

Each successful applicant to the ONE School, who are partnering with the global marketing communications company WPP, will get tutored and mentored by those working in the top creative departments in the industry.

Ez Blaine, the UK Lead from the ONE School, told Helena why meaningful action is needed to support, build and grow the Black creative community.

Helena Wadia 12th January 2023


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