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THE SHE CAN. SHE DID. PODCAST

Documenting the highs and lows of female entrepreneurship in the UK, the She can. She did. podcast isn’t your ordinary business podcast! Hosted by Fiona Grayson, Founder of She can. She did., each podcast episode puts the spotlight on some of the UK’s most inspiring young, female entrepreneurs and unveils the reality of what they’ve had to conquer behind the scenes to launch, run and grow their businesses so far – warts and all! If you’re sat there wondering how to launch a business yourself or are in need of some reassurance that it’s not just you that finds this whole running a business malarkey bloody hard sometimes (!) the She can. She did. podcast is well worth a listen!

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A spotlight on: Rebecca Tembo, 22, Founder of the British womenswear label, Rebecca Tembo

Last week, I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down for a chat with Rebecca Tembo, the 22-year-old Founder of her self-titled clothing brand that specialises in the design and production of bespoke, luxury jumpsuits for women in both the UK and increasingly America too. Chatting about everything from how Rebecca launched Rebecca Tembo as a student four years ago…
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A spotlight on Sophie Tea, 26, Founder of Sophie Tea Art

Over much-needed coffees in her Central London studio last week, I sat down to chat with Sophie Tea, the Manchester-born, London-based artist behind Sophie Tea Art.  Having begun by painting for a few family and friends after returning from her travels post-uni, Sophie has scaled Sophie Tea Art organically online to such an extent that her paintings now sell internationally…
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A spotlight on: Charlotte Pearce, 27, Founder of Inkpact

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…
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A spotlight on: Olivia Wollenberg, 30, Founder of Livia’s

In the 6th episode of the series, I sat down with neuroscientist-turned-business owner, Olivia Wollenberg, the 30-year-old Founder of Livia’s (formerly Livia’s Kitchen) who just so happens to be a particularly prominent inspiration of mine. Having launched her company – renowned for it’s vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free sweet treats – in her parents’ kitchen four years ago, Livia’s has grown…
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A spotlight on: Jess MacIntyre, 34 and Natalie Moores, 28, Co-Founders of Mac & Moore

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…
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