Discover what makes this CEO, chartered surveyor and town planner tick. Part of the First Women have the Last Word interview series.
Inspiring young women to take up STEM careers is critical to filling future skills gap in science and tech, as a new report indicates that jobs in these sectors are expected to increase faster [...]
One Way, the construction and rail recruiter has warned that the industry could face a bigger skills crisis in 2017.
The construction industry has typically been associated with men throughout history, and it still today remains one of the most difficult sectors to break into as a woman.
With the plethora of commentary on the UK's monumental decision to leave the European Union, what will Brexit mean for the construction sector and for women across the UK?
Do you ever think about the lack of women representation on TV quiz shows or on panels of experts? How about at conferences and on company boards?
Louise Brooke-Smith went from struggling student, to becoming the first ever female global president for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.