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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: 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: June Glackin, 37, Founder of Junie Poonie

One of the best things to have come from launching She can. She did. so far, has been meeting some of the incredible women who I now class as friends along the way and June Glackin, aka. the one and only Junie Poonie, is without a doubt up there with the very best. Having met in the Southwood Social Hub…
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A spotlight on: Charlotte Johnson, 33, Founder of Live Consultancy

As far as company offices go, Tea Building in Shoreditch is up there with the best. From the cobbled floors that line each hallway and allude to the buildings history; Shoreditch House, the private members club, complete with swimming pool, that occupies the top two floors; to the quirky cafés and lounge areas on standby for informal meetings; the former…
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A spotlight on: Rochelle White, 32, Founder of Rochelle White PR

The general consensus from the sixty plus interviews I’ve recorded now, is that by and large, the majority of business owners are for want of a better phrase, winging it. Be it that business plans are tweaked as new opportunities crop up (that is of course if they were written in the first place), products are abandoned as new trends…
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