Girlgaze Helps Agencies and Brands Hire Female and Nonbinary Creatives

The network, in beta since spring, officially launched at Cannes


Girlgaze wants to pave the way for companies to hire female-identifying and nonbinary creative talent from all corners of the globe, launching a digital jobs platform with 200,000 potential employees in 62 countries.

At the very least, brands, agencies and other employers won’t be able to fall back on the old excuse that they don’t know where to look for diverse photographers and artists, according to Girlgaze founder and CEO Amanda de Cadenet, who announced The Girlgaze Network at Cannes on Thursday during a panel called “Smashing Beauty Stereotypes” with Unilever’s Sophie Galvani, TV megaproducer Shonda Rhimes and Getty Images exec Rebecca Swift.

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