Colin Noble, Director of Human Everything Talks Mental Health in the Workplace and his Unique Career Journey
In this episode, I talk business with Colin Noble, Director of Human Everything. Passionate about mental health and improving the workplace, Colin discusses his career journey that has taken some twists and turns to get to where he is now. We also discuss the importance of mental health in the workplace, how Human Everything can help an organisation and what’s next in this important, growing industry.
Annie, Account Executive at the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce, Talks Facing and Overcoming The Challenges of Mental Health, Business Networking and More.
In this episode, I talk business with Annie Pagan, Account Executive at the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce. We discuss the importance of business networking, along with how and why businesses do this. With all credit to Annie, we also have an open and honest discussion about the challenges Annie has faced with her mental health. I hope you find her words as inspirational as I do. Please be aware that this episode does contain a serious, mature conversation about mental health. Your discretion is advised.
Diana Talks Starting A Small Business, Being A Successful Entrepreneur and Small Business Growth
A must-watch/listen for budding entrepreneurs!. In this episode, I talk to Diana Reid, founder of The Shortbread Company. You’ll hear about her journey from studying Leisure and Tourism at college to starting her own, successful business that is now going from strength to strength.
Neil Talks Brockswood Animal Sanctuary, Animal Welfare, Diversification and the Importance of Volunteering
In this episode, I chat to Neil, the Managing Director of the brilliant Brockswood Animal Sanctuary. We discuss the history of Brockswood, their diversification, the impact of covid-19, the life of an animal sanctuary worker, the importance of volunteering, how local businesses can contribute to the local community and much, much more.
Emma Talks Plastic, Final Straw, the Environment, Corporate Social Responsibility and More
In this episode, I had the chance to talk business with Emma, the CEO of Final. Final are most well-known for their brilliant Final Straw product but they don’t just make reusable straws. You’ll hear about the importance of being environmentally friendly, how this can work as a business model, why remote working works best for this business and why it’s important to follow your passion.
Viren Talks Teaching Business in Dubai, Catering and Entrepreneurship
In this episode, Viren talks about the differences between teaching in the UK and Dubai along with his foray into the catering business with his own start-up organisation. Viren also kindly offers some honest advice for entrepreneurs ready to take the leap into starting their own business.
Ismail Talks Life After College, Starting A Business & Car Customisation
In this episode, I chat to an ex-student of mine who has gone on to form a variety of successful enterprises since leaving college. He now runs his own business as well as attending University. Ismail gives a great insight into life after college, starting a small business, car customisation and more.
Cat and Jay Talk Imagen Insights, Gen Z, The Entrepreneurial Spirit and More
In this episode, I chat with Cat and Jay, founders of Imagen Insights. You’ll get to hear about how Imagen Insights are connecting brands with 16-26 year olds in Gen Z, the importance of market research, their career journey to this point and the trials and tribulations of founding and running a business.