We catch up with Alan Harder to talk inspiration, getting your break and carving out success in a competitive space.
Hana Johansen – Gee Hair Co-Founder Hana and Cindy Johansen always had an entrepreneurial spirit growing up, and whilst at University, they decided to put
Tracy Bird ran a business offering beauty treatments. Her business was hugely impacted by Covid closures. So she made a change to her business model and tells us about how her business is adapting to survive in a pandemic.
Thomson and Scott was a business almost obliterated by Covid, owing to a business model that relied heavily on selling to restaurants. But, with a little bit of Noughty and some fast changes, they’re thriving. We caught up with them to find out more.
Twoodle Co came about after Tim Rundle-Wood’s dog almost died after sniffing a Reed Diffuser. The small matter of a global pandemic hasn’t stopped Twoodle Co from growing either. We chat to Tim to find out how he’s navigated a global pandemic and thrived.
Max Isham and Bela Boehme run an amazing micro business renting out campaign ready converted Land Rovers. We chat to them today about running their business.
Emma McClelland, founder of Kintsugi Clothing, has built a business that makes fashionable clothing more accessible for disabled women. I’m always absolutely fascinated to chat the founders of businesses that solve real problems and it was a pleasure to chat to Emma about this one.
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