19 episodes

No Bull Business School founder Sarah Akwisombe meets the best businesswomen in the game. From founders to artists to C-level executives, each woman shares her own perspective on what it takes to be successful in business.

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No Bull Business School founder Sarah Akwisombe meets the best businesswomen in the game. From founders to artists to C-level executives, each woman shares her own perspective on what it takes to be successful in business.

    Hula-hooping world champion Marawa: "If you take gigs for free, the whole industry suffers"

    Hula-hooping world champion Marawa: "If you take gigs for free, the whole industry suffers"

    Marawa Ibrahim is a hula-hooping acrobat, author, teacher and leader of the all star dance troupe, the Majorettes. She's performed at the London Olympic ceremonies and has countless world records, including one for spinning 200 hoops at once.In this episode she tells us straight how she juggles being a creative with making money, she talks us through her career highlights and gives us a pep talk on knowing your own worth. 

    • 25 min
    Lucy and Yak co-founder: "We want to get to know the people making the stuff"

    Lucy and Yak co-founder: "We want to get to know the people making the stuff"

    Lucy Greenwood is one of the co-founders of the sustainable dungaree brand, Lucy and Yak. She and her partner Chris have turned ethical clothing on its head - their dungarees are cool, eye catching, comfortable and most importantly, don't screw anyone over. In this episode she tells us the amazing story of how they began selling from the back of a camper van, the relationship they have with their Indian factory and why hiring the right team is paramount to success. 

    • 36 min
    Artist Frankie Noller: "Chat to everyone and just be confident"

    Artist Frankie Noller: "Chat to everyone and just be confident"

    Frankie Noller is an up and coming artist specialising in line drawing, spray painting and customising clothing. She makes retro pictures look cool and as a result, brands are crawling over each other to work with her. In this episode, she explains how she went from graffiti shop assistant, to set assistant, to artist. She's all about networking and tells us how she navigates the London creative scene, using every contact successfully to get ahead.

    • 34 min
    YouTuber Patricia Bright: "Personal branding is overrated"

    YouTuber Patricia Bright: "Personal branding is overrated"

    YouTube star Patricia Bright built her beauty blogging channel with her face front and centre of her brand but in this episode of No Bull Business Women, she explains why personal branding isn't everything and how and why you should build your business without one. She also delves into what it takes to build a multifaceted media empire and when you should cut your losses on a business idea.

    • 33 min
    Talk and Tell Founder, Chloe Boulos: on influencer marketing and how to collaborate successfully

    Talk and Tell Founder, Chloe Boulos: on influencer marketing and how to collaborate successfully

    Talk and Tell create modern, fashionable, affordable tech accessories. In this episode, founder Chloe Boulos gives her top tips on how to successful navigate the world of influencer marketing, she explains what it's really like to be a solopreneur and talks about the No Bull Business School phone case collaboration. 

    • 32 min
    Poodle and Blonde Founders Whinnie Williams and Kierra Campbell: on running a business with a friend

    Poodle and Blonde Founders Whinnie Williams and Kierra Campbell: on running a business with a friend

    Ever thought about starting a business with your mate? You'll want to listen to this episode before you do. Whinnie Williams and Kierra Campbell are the co-founders of quirky, mid-century interiors brand, Poodle and Blonde. Their style is influenced by the shapes and materials of the 1970s - think velvet shell chairs and bamboo wallpaper. In this episode they bare all on what it's like to really run a business with a friend and how to do it successfully and they list their tips on making products sustainable. 

    • 35 min

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