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The BBC is looking for parents to feature in a new series about women in business. If you can help, get in touch.

The BBC is looking for parents to feature in a new series about women in business. The team would like to talk to:

– Dads who have chosen to work flexibly, sharing childcare with their working partners (who may also work flexibly)

– Mums who have given up jobs they loved because work’s not financially viable given the cost of childcare(ideally in the Leicester / Derby / Birmingham region)

This is for a major new two-part documentary series for primetime BBC Two investigating why so few women reach the top in business. The series will explore a range of issues that might be holding women back in their careers and what companies, individuals and government are doing to improve the situation – with two of the major areas being childcare costs and flexible working. The presenter is entrepreneur Hilary Devey (founder of the Pall-EX logistics network and a business “dragon” on Dragons’ Den) and the series will broadcast this autumn.

If you fit the bill and would be happy to share your experiences with the BBC, please contact researcher Sophie Reid – sophie.reid@bbc.co.uk



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