As someone that once upon a time used to commute into London and walk from Euston to my office in Haymarket twice daily, I have battled with the fact that – my morning workout aside – I sit on my bum behind my laptop for the majority of the day. When I discovered Kerrie-Anne Bradley’s business, otherwise known as Pilates…View Post
Unlike product based businesses that sell a physical, tangible product, service based businesses – as the name implies – sell a service.
Want to start your own service-based biz? Learn from the women who’ve gone and done just that!
On this week’s episode, I got to chat to Christalena Vraila, the twenty something Founder of Mr Highline – the creative agency based in London with global reach, that is solely focused on improving the social presence of brands belonging to the hospitality industry. Originally from Greece, Christalena first noticed a demand from the market whilst working at the Waldorf…View Post
Not many people would sell both their home and their car to fund their business but that’s exactly what inspirational, single mum-of-one, Selma Nicholls did to turn her entrepreneurial dream into what is now, a successful reality. Why risk so much, might you ask? Because at the time she felt like she had no choice. To say that the risk…View Post
Series two of the She can. She did. podcast kicks off with my recent chat with the talented duo behind Sonder & Tell – the London based content and communications agency that helps story-driven brands including the likes of AirBnb, Jigsaw and Cath Kidston to name but a few, to find their (authentic) voice and express their story in the…View Post
I have so much respect for the two ladies that I got to chat to on this week’s episode because, to be frank, the company that they run has the credentials of a business ten times the size. The ladies in questions being Gabby Wickham and Shirley Leigh-Wood Oakes, the thirty-four year old Co-Founders of the London-based, leading brand influence…View Post