Toolkit for Working Women to 4th Estate

Toolkit for Working Women to 4th Estate

HarperCollins imprint 4th Estate is to publish Little Black Book: A Toolkit for Working Women by Otegha Uwagba in summer 2017.

Michelle Kane, PR & publishing director at 4th Estate, bought world English language rights to the title from Emma Paterson at RCW.

"Little Black Book is set to become an invaluable companion for women starting up in the creative industries and beyond, as well as acting as a refresher for those currently in the workplace", the publisher said. "Covering key topics like building your brand, knowing your worth and public speaking as well as containing a brilliant words of wisdom chapter from inspirational women, this little book will arm you with practical advice, fresh ideas and motivation for your working life." 

Uwagba is the founder of Women Who, a London-based platform she created to connect and inspire creative working women, and an endeavour inspired by her own experiences as a young woman working within the creative industries. She was born in Lagos, Nigeria and grew up in South London, where she still resides.