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A spotlight on: Charlotte Jones, 25, Founder of Charlotte Elizabeth

If you were at the third She can. She did. – Midweek Mingle in London back in August 2018, you will recognise this week’s podcast guest because it just so happens to be the undeniably talented designer and Founder of Charlotte Elizabeth – the British ladies handbag brand that rose to fame in 2018, when none other than Megan Markle…
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A spotlight on: Jessica Blackler, 23, Founder of Jecca Blac

There aren’t many twenty-three-year old women that can say they have successfully raised investment and launched their own make-up brand but then again, Jessica Blackler isn’t your average twenty-three year old!  Having Founded Jecca Blac – the vegan and cruelty-free make-up ‘for all genders, sexualities, expressions, abilities, pronouns, shapes and sizes’ – in her late teens after gaining multiple clients…
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A spotlight on: Dior Bediako, 28, Founder of Pepper Your Talk and The Junior Network

Despite having hosted sixteen Midweek Mingles now, the feedback that I had from the audience about the amazing lady that I got to chat to on this week’s podcast episode, following her stint on the panel at the most recent event in London, was up there with some of the very best yet if you ask me. Not least because…
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A spotlight on: Rosie Florence Parkes, 31, Founder of Florence London

I’ve known today’s guest since the early days of She can. She did. and can safely say that over the past two years her brand has been on quite a journey. Having launched what was previously known as Whistle & Bango with two fellow co-Founders at the age of 24, Rosie Parkes spent four and a half years running her…
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A spotlight on: Selma Nicholls, 39, Founder of Looks Like Me

Not many people would sell both their home and their car to fund their business but that’s exactly what inspirational, single mum-of-one, Selma Nicholls did to turn her entrepreneurial dream into what is now, a successful reality. Why risk so much, might you ask? Because at the time she felt like she had no choice. To say that the risk…
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