009: Marina Guergova. Artful Curation. Running A Pop-Up.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
This month’s episode features Marina Guergova, founder of two thriving retail brands – lifestyle concept shop The Basics Store, and womenswear brand Marina London. Tune in to hear Marina get very real about the money side of running a business, share tips on how to run a successful pop-up, and let us in on her creative process when it comes to curating a seriously beautiful brand and physical space.
Plus – her thoughts on why pop-ups are the future of retail, and tips for convincing people to get on board with your business idea when you’re just starting out.
008: Gynelle Leon. Career Pivots. Self-ConfidenceIn Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
This month we've got the fabulous Gynelle Leon in the hot seat, owner of PRICK – London’s first (and best) cacti and succulents shop - sharing her wisdom on everything from how to navigate a major career pivot, to the ins and outs of running a retail space, and defining your own personal definition of success.
Plus, advice on dealing with terrible bosses who throw you under the bus for their mistakes.
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007: Emma Gannon. Personal Brands. Confidence.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
On this month's episode I've got multi-hyphenate author, broadcaster and podcaster Emma Gannon in the hot seat. Expect details of her new book The Multi Hyphen Method, a discussion about the pros and cons of 'side hustles', and Emma’s thoughts on why you shouldn't call yourself a freelancer.
Plus, a letter from a listener who's struggling with her confidence after a bit of a tough time career-wise.
006: Reni Eddo-Lodge. Freelancing. Boundaries. Moving Back Home.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
On this month's episode I'm joined by Reni Eddo-Lodge, author of one of 2017's most talked about books: Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race. Tune in to hear us discussing the challenges of freelancing, how to create boundaries when it comes to work, and the effects of structural racism in the workplace. Plus, advice for someone considering moving in with their parents so they can pursue a different career path.
005: Sharmaine Lovegrove. Publishing Books. Getting Payrises.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
On this month's episode, I'm in conversation with publishing powerhouse Sharmaine Lovegrove, head of new(ish) imprint Dialogue Books. We talk about what it's been like making the transition from self-employment and running her own businesses to joining a large company as a full-time employee, the business lessons she learned from watching The Apprentice, and how she chooses which books to publish. Plus, I offer some advice to someone whose bosses keep promising a payrise that's yet to materialise, who's also trying to figure out if she's even on the right career path at the same time.
004: Sabine Zetteler. Promoting Projects. Rude Clients.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
This month we’ve got Sabine Zetteler in the hotseat, founder of one of the creative industries’ foremost PR agencies, Zetteler. Sabine is a PR maestro, so of course she shared her advice on how best to promote your projects and ideas at launch; and we also talked about how (and when) to scale from being a one-woman ‘solopreneur’ to running a fully-fledged business of many. Plus – advice on how to deal with rude clients as a freelancer, in this month’s segment of Ask Otegha.
003: Lana Elie. Business 101. Getting Your DuesIn Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
This month I’m in conversation with Lana Elie, founder of luxury e-florist Floom. From how to put together a business plan, to the pros and cons of crowdfunding, and how to manage and motivate a fast-growing team, think of this conversation as Biz 101 for budding entrepreneurs. Plus – my advice for someone who thinks they’re being treated differently at work because they’re a woman.
002: Zing Tsjeng. Female Competition. Starting From Scratch.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
On this month’s episode I’m talking to journalist Zing Tsjeng, the UK editor of Broadly (VICE’s female-focused channel), about everything from how best to pitch editors as a writer, to her experiences as an outspoken woman – and woman of colour – online.
Plus, I share some thoughts and reading recommendations on female competition in the workplace, advise a listener trying to pivot from a corporate field to a more creative role, and counsel a recent grad struggling to get their foot on the career ladder.
001: Serena Guen. Freelancing. Bossy Colleagues.In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba add
For our very first episode, we talk to Serena Guen, founder and CEO of multimedia travel brand SUITCASE, best known for its travel and fashion-inspired quarterly magazine.
Plus – we hear from a freelancer who’s having trouble getting her clients to pay her, and offer some advice on how to cope if you’re struggling with a bossy co-worker (who isn’t actually your boss).