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…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!
When you live in the Cotswolds à la Jane Austen and your surname is Bradshaw à la Carrie, one can assume that you were destined to have a way with words from day one and Sophie Bradshaw, the thirty-seven-year-old Founder of Publishing Workshop proves that (very unscientific admittedly but oh so fitting nonetheless) theory to be true. Working with first…View Post
Unlike many of the Founders to have featured on She can. She did. thus far, who reached out to introduce themselves initially via email or Instagram, I stumbled upon Iwona Witiw by way of a simple hashtag. To set the scene if I may… It was the week before the second ever Midweek Mingle back in May 2018 and I…View Post
New Year’s Resolutions seem to split opinion these days but for me, the dawn of a new year offers a plethora of opportunities and I for one love a blank canvas to play with and make my own. Especially when it comes to my ever-mounting plans for this business and finding ways in which I can improve She can. She…View Post
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…View Post