Want to contribute?
We have a large range of contributors on Women’s Agenda, ranging from experienced journalists to industry experts, academics, consultants, students and men and women who simply have something to say.
We’re always looking to expand our contributor community and invite you to get involved.
Sadly, we can’t publish everything we receive, nor provide detailed feedback on all the pitches that come through.
However, we can provide plenty of tips for working with us.
We have a small and limited editorial budget for contributors that we reserve for experienced journalists and writers.
We also accept submissions from industry experts, consultants, business owners, professionals and anyone with something to say about women in the workplace. Contributions of this nature will be considered as being supplied freely unless otherwise stated in initial approach and negotiated with Women’s Agenda.
Please indicate if you’re looking for paid opportunities as an experienced journalist. In this case, we’d need to look at a CV and portfolio (website etc) of previous work published.
Want to write, but not sure what to write? Some inspiration
- Get on our ‘Soapbox‘ and share your opinion on an issue affecting the careers and lives of women
- Your top five, seven, eight or so tips about something you’ve personally learnt over the years, or are particularly expert in. This could be anything from getting the kids out the door on time to more effectively managing email, asking for a salary increase, dealing with a difficult boss or coping with stress.
- Interview a mentor or person you particularly admire and share their thoughts.
- Preview a relevant book and tell us what you learnt — why you loved or loathed it.
- Attend a networking event, seminar or conference and share what you’ve learnt from a key session.
- Share your relevant professional knowledge: do you have legal, HR, property, finance, health or some other experience that might be relevant to our career-minded audience? Got an issue that comes up frequently from your female clients that you’d like to offer your best tips on? Give us some advice!
And check out our seven tips for Women’s Agenda contributors