There’s not many things that would make me jump out of bed at 5am on a Monday morning – especially when a three hour road trip during rush hour is involved – but there was something about Muddy Boots Farm and its twenty-six year old Founder that made me know this would be an interview worth travelling for. From quitting…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!
I really do try my hardest to stay impartial with these interviews but oh my gosh I want everything Bethany Rowntree’s business has to offer. From the dresses covered in constellation prints, rainbow sequins, and tropical flowers to scarlet Pom Pom shoes, shirts laden with avocados and fruit and hand knitted wool jumpers; Studio B shines a spotlight on the…View Post
Whilst I will forever be grateful to quinoa for helping me beat my ninety eight year old Grandma at scrabble (I placed it on a triple last Christmas and she refused to accept it was a word..!), quinoa, for Danielle Copperman, lies at the heart of her business, Qnola. With a list of stockists that include Wholefoods, Waitrose and Selfridges…View Post
It’s Thursday 7th December and I find myself in South-West London knocking on the door of one stunning home. The home in question belongs to Alice Wingfield Digby- the humble and hospitable Founder of Wingfield Digby and unsurprisingly the lady I’m here to see. With over fifty handmade products stocked in over 40 stores nationwide (notably Fenwicks and Highgrove), collaborations…View Post
At 23, Paula Macaulay is the youngest business owner I’ve interviewed. Standing at 5ft 10 with size UK 9 feet, she also happens to be the tallest with the largest feet. Now if you’re new to reading these interviews or haven’t checked in for a while, I can assure you I don’t make a habit of making such depthless observations…View Post