I love tea. And I’m also partial to a boozy tipple. So a product that combines those two things is always likely to be something that peaks my interest. But what I love more than the Tipsy Tea product is that this is a family run micro business and it’s clear that the founders really are passionate about what they do. I spoke to one of the co-founders, Karnis Bailey, to talk all things running a micro business and navigating a pandemic.
Sarah Bryer runs a business that is built on a desire to help other women to achieve their goals. We chatted to her about her business.
Lucy and Jill took their backgrounds in education and architecture and made the switch to a brand that makes children’s activity packs. We chatted with them to find out more.
We chat to the founder of Arden Bookkeeping, Claire Bartlett, about running her micro business.
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