One of the first questions people tend to ask me about She can. She did. goes along the lines of “how do you find the women that feature on this?” Usually my answer sounds a lot like: “oh I just stumbled across their company in an article I’ve read… I just found their page on Instagram… a friend recommended that…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!
It’s a late August afternoon and it’s absolutely pissing it down. A bus has just driven past and drenched me à la Bridget Jones and I arrive at Bill’s in Hammersmith for interview number eight, flustered, cold and a tad soggy from the knee down. Fortunately though, I’m here to meet Grace Hooper and Kehinde Akinnawo, the dynamic duo behind…View Post
For as long as I can remember, I’m the friend that finishes food. At sleepovers throughout my teens, my best friend’s Dad would complain that I ate them out of house and home. At university I’d find myself with five bowls stacked up in front of me as the girls passed their leftovers my way and my poor boyfriend… well…View Post
From winning ‘Creative Entrepreneur of the Year’ at the Great British Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in 2016 to being invited for breakfast at the House of Lords aged 27 to celebrate her success (plus countless nominations along the way including those for ‘Women in Business’ and ‘Fashion Agency of the Year’) it’s safe to say that Rosie Davies is…View Post
So it’s 12 noon on Thursday 24th August and I’m trying to navigate my way around the suburbs of Canary Wharf- a regular, old haunt of mine. From Citi to State Street, HSBC to Barclays, the Wharf up until the end of July meant a chance to trade the office in for a few hours in return for research meetings…View Post