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Sarah Canning - Work life is hard, be kind to people and treat others how you wish to be treated.

9th February 2020
In this blog, we chat with Sarah Canning, Marketing Director of Student Roost. Sarah talks us through how she got to where she is today, the best advice she was ever given and key leadership lessons that she has learnt! I left University with a degree in English Literature and…

Sophie Karaer - The journey from Graphic Designer to starting a company.

7th February 2020
I graduated in 2010 with a 1st Degree in Graphic Design and Advertising. From there I moved on to professional placements, had a year’s stint as an in-house graphic designer for a property company, and then picked up my first job as a Junior Graphic Designer at a Lincoln-based agency.…

Keri Watkins - You do you

4th February 2020
In this blog, we speak to Keri Watkins, about how she overcame bullying and work-related anxiety, her career and becoming a virtual assistant. My name is Keri, I am 36 and have worked in Marketing since I graduated from university 15 years ago. My first job was at Experian. It…

Sophie Power - I’m very proud to be a female boss and have other female bosses as colleagues.

30th January 2020
We got the opportunity to sit down with Sophie Power, Head of Creative of DHP Family, she talks being ballsy in business and women empowerment in male-dominated industries. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: I’m currently Head of Creative for award-winning, live music promoter DHP…

New Year’s resolutions can kiss my ass! I’m an everyday warrior!!

28th January 2020
This blog is a guest blog from Rebel Recruiter Michelle Johnson, she talks us through her life and career with chronic illness'. Michelle explains what her childhood was like and how she has remained positive throughout! Give it a read! Sunday night. 0700 alarm set. Snooze a couple of times…

Hannah Power- ‘I try to live as fearlessly as possible.’

24th January 2020
In this blog, we talk to personal branding specialist Hannah Power about her motivations, taking risks and living fearlessly. What is a typical day in your career? I work with entrepreneurs and experts to build their personal brand online. So each day is different as sometimes I am doing more…

Lipi Jain- ‘It is okay to have setbacks and not to like the job.'

21st January 2020
In this blog, we chat with Lipi Jain assistant manager in the content department for Reinvent Digital, Lipi talks us through her career and how she’s got to where she is today. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: Born and brought up in an upper-middle-class…

Pip Gorringe- ‘I think it’s really important to love what you do!’

20th January 2020
In this blog, we speak to Pip Gorringe- the owner and director of Pipsqueak Party, a Children’s Entertainment company with a difference! Pip talks to us about her career, doing something you love and not sweating the small stuff! My career has been a long and varied one! My career…

The creation of Jade Ashleigh

17th January 2020
We spoke to Jade Ashleigh Charles CEO/Founder of Fashion brand Jade Ashleigh about her business success and the trials and tribulations shes faced throughout her career as a woman in business. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career: My name is Jade I'm 30 years old…

Kirsty Edwards- ‘Keep going and show you mean business, it’s yours to take if you want it...'

14th January 2020
In this blog, we speak to Kirsty Edwards, Head of Commercial Events at Mellors Group. Kirsty talks us through her career, being a female in a male-dominated industry and speaking up no matter how silly you may feel. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career? I…

Maria Marlow - ‘Be strong, believe in yourself. There is a role out there for you & you will find it'

12th January 2020
In this blog, we speak to Maria Marlow, who has a successful career in HR for SMP Europe. She talks us through her career, her inspiration and how she overcame the challenges she faced. Can you tell us a bit about you and your career? I started training as a…

Charlotte Sultana Evans’ biggest setbacks, moving to Malta and barriers she has faced.

10th January 2020
We talk to Charlotte Sultana Evans, a PE teacher who has relocated to Malta. She tells us what her life is like day to day as a role model for so many young people and the issues she has faced as a woman! Tell us a bit about your current…
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