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…View Post
Unlike service-based businesses that sell a service and skill, product-based businesses sell a phsyical, tangible product.
Want to start your own product-based business? Learn from the women who’ve gone and done just that!
The hardcore royalist and ‘The Crown’ fan in me couldn’t resist opening the email that introduced me to this week’s inspiring female founder as it simply read, ‘Duchess of Cambridge wears British-made lifejacket by brother-sister start up’… *ears prick up!* After a quick scan of the email, I went on to read about how Lauren Mead, now 30, Co-Founded TeamO…View Post
Any two women that pop open a bottle of bubbly pre-interview get my vote regardless (!) but I’ve admired this week’s episode guests (aka. the creative and utterly charming duo behind Brush & Bubbles) from afar, since the early days of launching She can. She did. Having first met when the three of us all spoke on a panel at…View Post
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…View Post
This week I had the pleasure of chatting to Sarah Richard, the phenomenally inspiring Founder of Girls That Scuba – the worldwide diving movement for women that has amassed a network of 700,000 followers and members since its launch in 2016 which she has gone on to effectively monetise in a number of ways. From multiple Girls That Scuba diving…View Post