Interviews

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How to do a great Instagram Live

Instagram is the world’s fastest growing social media platform and it’s not just about posting pretty pictures, it’s incredible how much you can do with Instagram and how intricate the algorithm is too! Today we are going to take a look at one of the many amazing Instagram features and that is doing a live
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Emma Heathcote-James: Little Soap Company

My accidental journey started by wanting to find a creative hobby to get me off my laptop and to start doing my own thing. My background was in PhD research in the anthropology of religion, which took me straight into broadcast and television research. A few years after moving to the Cotswolds I was desperate
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Inspiring Stories: Kerry Seymour – Work Life Balance VA Services

What I do Work Life Balance VA Service provides individually tailored, professional and time efficient virtual assistant support. I support busy solopreneurs and small businesses with their admin and project-based tasks so that you can focus on their core business, growing their business and (hopefully) creating a good work life balance! My career experience is
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Romy Gill – Moving to England with a Suitcase, Wealth of Cooking Knowledge and an Ambitious Dream

Romy Gill MBE is a distinguished chef who owns and runs her own restaurant named Romy’s Kitchen in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire. Romy grew up in India and when she moved to England, she only brought with her a suitcase, a wealth of cooking knowledge and an ambitious dream. Tell us about your business? Welcome to
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An Interview with Award Winning Coach, Author and Business Woman Jenny Garrett

What were your early ambitions and passions? I wanted to be a fashion designer, at school I was really creative, I enjoyed art and fashion. After studying for my A-Levels in Art and English Literature, more study wasn’t a luxury my family could afford, so I had to get a job. I worked in retail
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Darshana Ubl – The Road to Following your Passion and Finding a Gap in the Market

Darshana Ubl shares her business journey from ‘playing shop’ to designing and creating a luxury car rally for adventurous car enthusiasts. All this has been achieved whilst pioneering the TripleWin methodology to bring growth and success in all she sets out to achieve. Tell us about your dream job as a child One of the
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Victoria Knowles-Lacks talks Empowering and Bringing Women Together through New Club

Victoria Knowles-Lacks has a vision – she wants to empower women, by bringing ladies of all ages, shapes, backgrounds and abilities together. She has worked hard on creating the largest, all girl shooting community. What is the Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club? The Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club is the UK’s largest ladies shooting club.
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Angela Fumpson – A Woman in a Man’s World

Angela Fumpson From hard hat to high heels. Engineer Angela Fumpson, recent winner of ‘Business Mum of 2015’, has wowed the Women’s Business Club with what one woman can do. Angela runs a successful business called White Tiger, which specialises in systems and quality management, as well as being a family woman. When did you
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The Woman Behind The Business – Lady Wimbledon Injects Personality into the Brand

Lady Wimbledon makes an impact – Bombshell MD Sandra Nardi injects personality into the brand. Who is Lady Wimbledon? My alter ego! Ha! As MD of Bombshell Consultancy Ltd, which is a PR Company dedicated to mixing traditional PR with social and digital media, I learnt very quickly that every business needs a front man
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Sophie Belinda on Starting a Business straight out of University

We chat to British designer Sophie Belinda, who started her own clothing business straight out of university after finishing her degree. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I did a fashion degree at Birmingham University for three years. From then I knew that I wanted to set up my own business so I got
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