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A spotlight on: Rachel Burgess, 32, Founder of Rachel Burgess Bridal Boutique

For today’s episode of the She can. She did. podcast, I ventured to the town of Penarth on the outskirts of Cardiff to catch up with thirty-two-year-old Rachel Burgess. Having launched her own bridal boutique seven years ago, the Rachel Burgess Bridal Boutique champions the work of Welsh designers and caters for 21st century brides that want to do bridal…
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A spotlight on: Rosie Davies-Smith, 31, Founder of LFA and PR Dispatch

In the tenth episode of the podcast (how are we on episode ten already by the way?!), I sat down to chat to Rosie Davies-Smith, the 31-year-old Founder of the multi award-winning PR agency, LFA (formerly known as The London Fashion Agency) and its sister company PR Dispatch – the PR platform for product based businesses that enables said businesses…
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A spotlight on: Rebecca Tembo, 22, Founder of the British womenswear label, Rebecca Tembo

Last week, I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down for a chat with Rebecca Tembo, the 22-year-old Founder of her self-titled clothing brand that specialises in the design and production of bespoke, luxury jumpsuits for women in both the UK and increasingly America too. Chatting about everything from how Rebecca launched Rebecca Tembo as a student four years ago…
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A spotlight on Sophie Tea, 26, Founder of Sophie Tea Art

Over much-needed coffees in her Central London studio last week, I sat down to chat with Sophie Tea, the Manchester-born, London-based artist behind Sophie Tea Art.  Having begun by painting for a few family and friends after returning from her travels post-uni, Sophie has scaled Sophie Tea Art organically online to such an extent that her paintings now sell internationally…
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A spotlight on: Sarah Owusu, 27, self-taught artist and Founder of Owusuism

In episode two of the podcast series, I sat down with twenty-seven-year-old Sarah Owusu, self-taught artist and Founder of Owusuism. Discussing everything from the incident that left her temporarily paralysed aged twenty-two and how that shaped her self-worth as a business woman going forward; why she decided to leave her job in recruitment and managed the transition between painting as…
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