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WE CAN. WE WILL. – Responding to Covid 19 with Cath Jones, Founder, SADLER JONES

As early as Monday 16th March (which let’s face it, feels like a lifetime ago already now doesn’t it!?), Cath announced to her 7.9k Instagram followers that she had already seen a huge impact on the Sadler Jones sales. As a stationery and card business that relies heavily on wholesale orders, over the course of last week, buyers from some…
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A spotlight on: Jo Tutchener Sharp, Founder, Scamp & Dude

Scamp & Dude is one of the standout companies that I’ve come across since launching She can. She did. in my opinion, so between you and me, Jo’s name was jot down almost instantly when I was thinking of who I’d love to interview on this podcast. For that reason, I am very excited to share this week’s episode. Recorded…
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A spotlight on: Elsie Rutterford, 33, and Dominika Minarovic, 32, Co-Founders of BYBI

In this week’s episode, I paid a visit to BYBI HQ in London to sit down for a chat with the beauty brand’s commendable Co-Founders, Dominika Minarovic and Elsie Rutterford. Having first met at work, the former colleagues’ shared interest in wellness led to the market-leading blog on all things clean beauty that is Clean Beauty Insiders. Clean Beauty Insiders…
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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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