• Series two of the She can. She did. podcast kicks off with my recent chat …
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    I can. I will. I just needed to put the brakes on for a few months so I could sort …

    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…
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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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    A spotlight on: Susan Thirakornratch, 37, Founder of One Earth Organics

    In this episode, I sit down with Susan Thirakornratch, the 37 year old Founder of One Earth Organics – the UKs new breed of superfood snacks, smoothie and latte blends that support smallholder farmers and indigenous communities around the world. Covering everything from the realities of launching a healthy food brand in what has become in recent years, a saturated market; her…
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    A spotlight on: Sophie Bradshaw, 37, Founder of Publishing Workshop

    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…
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    A spotlight on: Iwona Witiw, 25, Founder of Veinitive

    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…
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