Maths teacher creates black doll line to empower her daughter & young girls

I recently launched my podcast 9to5workrebels and for the latest episode, I spoke with the inspiring Charlotte Francis the maths teacher turned entrepreneur who created the black doll line Biankha and friends, after her own daughter fell out of love with her natural hair.

. You can listen to the podcast on spotify, Apple, Google, Anchor etc

Or watch on Youtube


Is your business pandemic proof?

We are living through some interesting times, the pandemic has changed the way we work and interact. Whether you are a business owner, a consultant, or an employee I always say it’s important to have more than one stream of income, its best to have multiple streams of income so if/when one dries up or slows you can still comfortably survive. Someone who knows a lot about this is Lisa Newton, a serial entrepreneur, author, and course creator who started her first business with £150 and is now an award-winning serial entrepreneur. Lisa share’s her story as well as some tips for entrepreneurs! You can watch it on Youtube or listen to the podcast link below.

Podcast link below



Webinar for freelance PR & comms professionals

The CIPR Independents Network which I co-founded and Women In PR (I’m a committee member) have joined forces to put on a webinar for freelancers working in PR and Communications.  The Coronavirus – COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact worldwide. One of the groups most affected by the pandemic and lockdown is the UK’s self-employed workforce compromising of just over 5million people who make a significant contribution to the UK economy of around £305bn.

The webinar seeks to explore work and wellbeing by speaking with experts in the industry to share their insights on moving forward.  The event will be chaired by me and the co-founder of the network, Dominic Ridley-Moy.

The event takes place on Wednesday 13th May at 1pm on Zoom, here’s the link to register. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Vqxz2hBdQBeZrE_v8imVWA