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Jacqui is the founder of Ink Blot Creative, a communications agency focused on helping businesses, big and small, tell their story better.

Ink Blot Creative isn’t like other agencies. IBC works with a network of freelance creatives with the aim of providing clients with the best people, and the most original ideas for their communications. After graduating from drama school (with dreams to open a theatre) life took some twists and turns and instead whilst living in the UK, Australia and Central America Jacqui discovered a passion for marketing.

Talk: 33 years, 2 careers, 1 business - The transferable skills I used along the way!

15 October 2020 from 5.30pm

Register for the live session on Eventbrite

Details: During this talk Jacqui Patton will be sharing the transferable skills she has relied on during her(very different) careers, and how that career has led to starting her own business.

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