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A spotlight on: Angelica Malin, 28, Founder of About Time Magazine and About Time Academy

I absolutely loved chatting to this week’s guest as she just so happens to be one of the first female founders that I read about back in 2017, that inspired me to launch what has become She can. She did. The woman in question is Angelica Malin, the 28-year-old Founder and Editor-In-Chief of About Time Magazine – one of the…
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A spotlight on: Charlotte Pearce, 27, Founder of Inkpact

Want to know what it takes to make the Forbes ’30 under 30′ list? In this week’s episode, I paid a visit to meet the one and only Charlotte Pearce – Forbes ‘30 under 30’ alumna and Founder of Inkpact – the tech company that she launched in 2015 that connects businesses to their customers around the world via handwritten…
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A spotlight on: Jess MacIntyre, 34 and Natalie Moores, 28, Co-Founders of Mac & Moore

In the 5th episode of the series, I sat down to talk to Jess MacIntyre and Natalie Moores – aka. the Ant and Dec of the marketing world and Co-Founders of Mac & Moore – the London-based marketing company that counts corporates such as Now TV and Transport London as well as a roster of female-founded businesses across the UK…
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A spotlight on: Alice Benham, 20, “Accidental Entrepreneur”, Digital Marketing Coach and all-round modern day multi-hyphenate

In the first episode of the series, I sat down with twenty-year-old Alice Benham; “Accidental Entrepreneur”, Digital Marketing Coach, podcast host, soon-to-be retreat host and all-round modern day multi-hyphenate! I first came across Alice in May 2018 when she emailed asking if she could be added to the waiting list for the second of The Midweek Mingles last May. I…
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A spotlight on: Sophie Bradshaw, 37, Founder of Publishing Workshop

When you live in the Cotswolds à la Jane Austen and your surname is Bradshaw à la Carrie, one can assume that you were destined to have a way with words from day one and Sophie Bradshaw, the thirty-seven-year-old Founder of Publishing Workshop proves that (very unscientific admittedly but oh so fitting nonetheless) theory to be true. Working with first…
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