Together with PEDESTRIAN.TV, Revlon launched the ‘Rev Up Career Studio’ held by women, for women.
Held at Sydney’s’ Baker Street Studio the ‘Rev Up Career Studio’ included a personalised CV overhaul by a professional careers coach and tailored career advice from a panel of special guest speakers and industry powerhouses to give young women the tools they need to strive for their next career goal.
Guest speakers at the event included Culture Machine founder, Sydney creative and total girl boss Yasmin Suteja, Showpo’s Head of Ecommerce Amber Hodgman, professional CV writer and careers coach Karen Tisdell, fashion photographer and creative mentor Cybele Malinowski and Pedestrian.TV’s Lifestyle and Travel editor Lucinda Price with tips on how to master your professional and personal brand and how to nail that interview.
Guest were also treated to a Revlon styling and hair and makeup session and a photoshoot with Cybele Malinowski to give them the confidence to achieve their Monday to Friday look.
Pedestrian.TV head of editorial Josie Rozenberg-Clarke said, “Millennial women have shown that they’re ambitious, creative and hungry for success – but job-seeking is highly competitive, and having a killer CV and flawless LinkedIn profile is more important than ever.
“Pedestrian.TV and Revlon’s ‘Rev Up Career Studio’ was aimed at empowering young women with the tools to harness their incredible potential and turn it into interviews, callbacks and ultimately, their dream gig,” Rozenberg-Clarke added.
The ‘Rev Up Career Studio’ is a part of a broader campaign with Pedestrian.TV, including video content and an editorial series which is hosted across the sites beauty and career verticals.
Revlon marketing manager Amy Kingon Smith added, “In keeping with our new Live Boldly campaign, Revlon is excited to partner with Pedestrian.TV to help support the personal ambitions of all women.
“It is our hope that the Rev Up Your Career Studio helps women from varied industries across Australia to achieve their goals, whatever they may be, and to have the courage to make bold decisions.”