I absolutely loved chatting to this week’s guest as she just so happens to be one of the first female founders that I read about back in 2017, that inspired me to launch what has become She can. She did. The woman in question is Angelica Malin, the 28-year-old Founder and Editor-In-Chief of About Time Magazine – one of the…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!
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…View Post
Want to know what it takes to make the Forbes ’30 under 30′ list? In this week’s episode, I paid a visit to meet the one and only Charlotte Pearce – Forbes ‘30 under 30’ alumna and Founder of Inkpact – the tech company that she launched in 2015 that connects businesses to their customers around the world via handwritten…View Post
If you’ve been following She can. She did. since the onset, you’ll know that every couple of months I’ve tried my best to check in with you all and update you on the lessons learnt/ ups and downs I’ve experienced since launching She can. She did. so far and my annual round up on New Year’s Eve just gone was…View Post
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 who I feel lucky to now call friends and Co-Founders of Mac & Moore – the London-based marketing company that counts corporates such as Now TV and Transport London as well as…View Post