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17 minutes | Sep 24, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0432 - Lucy Todd, My Little Green Wardrobe
In the 32nd episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4, we're delighted to be joined by Lucy Todd, Founder of My Little Green Wardrobe. Lucy's business’ vision is that customers can kit out their kids from top to toe in more sustainably-produced clothing across a wide selection of awesome brands. Listen to this interesting interview with Lucy as she talks about how everything doesn’t have to be perfect, what inspired her to start her own business, her most surprising experience when she started her entrepreneurial journey, and more.
12 minutes | Sep 17, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0431 - Emma Brewster, Hey Car Seat Mama
Joining us this week, is the Founder of Hey Car Seat Mama, Emma Brewster. Emma is a mama on a car seat mission who excitedly works with clients to help keep children safe on the road. Combining her love for keeping children safe, and her experience as a nurse and a mama to two lovely boys, make her a very passionate Car Seat Mama. Here, she spoke about the importance of having your personal "why?", the impact of the pandemic, the most surprising thing for her when she started, and more.
16 minutes | Sep 10, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0430 - Victoria & Lizzie Rossetti, Gaia Shores
Victoria & Lizzie Rossetti, Founders of Gaia Shores, joins us this week on the 30th episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4. Lizzie & Victoria are sisters who decided to start a business so they could share their love of fragrance, travel and peace. They combined these passions and created Gaia Shores, Luxury Home Fragrances, not just to bring these components, and a slice of relaxation to their homes, but to everyone's home. Have a listen to this exciting episode with Lizzie and Victoria as they talk about building a business out of something you're passionate about, how the pandemic enabled them to start a business, what encouraged them to set up their business in Cheshire, and more.
15 minutes | Sep 3, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0429 - Phil Osborne, Lucky Ticket Competitions
This week, our guest is Phil Osborne, Founder of Lucky Ticket Competitions. Phil decided to launch Lucky Ticket Competitions to give everyone a chance of winning some great prizes, ones that he felt many were missing out on. In this episode, he spoke about recognising your worth, why he started his business, what's the biggest surprise he had when he started, and more.
22 minutes | Aug 27, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0428 - Giancarlo Erra, Widescreen Studio
In this week's episode, we're joined by Giancarlo Erra, Co-Founder of Widescreen Studio. Widescreen Studio Limited is a music/visuals production & IT services company for the music industry & creative businesses. Listen to this episode as Giancarlo talked about how he started his own business, the impact of the pandemic, how to make customers happy, and more.
13 minutes | Aug 20, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0427 - Ant Bolton, Sevens & Twelves
Joining us for this week's episode is Ant Bolton, Co-Founder of Sevens & Twelves. Born from an idea for their own wedding in 2019, Ant and his wife Katie, started Sevens and Twelves to give other music loving couples the opportunity to have something very special on their wedding tables. In this episode, he spoke about being ready & being prepared, what's the story behind the name of their business, how it was like to set up a business during a pandemic, and more.
14 minutes | Aug 13, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0426 - Arj Deol & Liam Eccles, Adamo Exchange
Arj Deol & Liam Eccles, Co-Founders of Adamo Exchange, joins us this week on the 26th episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4. Arj and Liam have built a totally transparent online auction platform specialising in assisting high-performance car enthusiasts to buy and sell their next vehicle. Here, they spoke about celebrating big and small wins, how they set up during a pandemic, what's next for their business, and more
14 minutes | Aug 6, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0425 - Neal Byers, WorkFromHub
This week's guest on the 25th episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4 is Neal Byers, Founder of WorkFromHub. WorkfromHub is a sharing economy startup, building a network of calming distraction free bookable workspaces designed for busy people who work away from the office. Their mission is to help busy people do their best work, anywhere. In this episode, Neal spoke about having a really bold vision, why he stared his business, what his most surprising experience is, and more.
10 minutes | Jul 30, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0424 - Rahul Mattu, Sugar Rush Sweets
In this week's episode, we're joined by Rahul Mattu, Founder of Sugar Rush Sweets. Founded in 2021, Rahul and Sugar Rush Sweets are dedicated to bringing joy to the good people of Banbury in Oxfordshire, and it’s something they hope to be doing for years to come. Here, Rahul spoke about not giving up, what surprised him the most as an entrepreneur, the impact of the pandemic, and more.
13 minutes | Jul 23, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0423 - Marc Graham, Paramount Campers
This week, we're joined by Marc Graham, Founder of Paramount Campers. In 2020, Marc decided to pursue a lifelong ambition of building a business combining all he’d learnt in engineering, and the passion for building vehicles that he’s had since childhood, and Paramount Campers became a reality. In this episode, Marc spoke about luck and effort, camper vans, the pandemic's impact, and more.
17 minutes | Jul 16, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0422 - Simon Nolan, Mark’s Mushrooms
In the 22nd episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4, we're joined by Simon Nolan, Director of Mark’s Mushrooms. Mark’s Mushrooms is based in the north of England where the weather is perfect for fungi growth. Simon and his colleagues farm and deliver high quality mushrooms to high quality restaurants, shops and online, and he wants everyone to know about - and enjoy - tasty, exotic and wild mushrooms. Here, Simon spoke about being involved in the whole business during a startup, what surprised him the most when he started the business, the impact of the pandemic, and more.
12 minutes | Jul 9, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0421 - Marta Pereira, Little Playaroos
In this week's episode, we're joined by Marta Pereira, Founder of Little Playaroos. Marta’s business is a babywearing consultancy with an amazing selection of carriers, slings & accessories - as well as wooden toys which will delight and inspire children. Here, Marta talked about the importance of doing your homework, setting up a business on a pandemic, the best advice given to her, and more.
15 minutes | Jul 2, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0420 - Mike Duxbury, Inclusive Farm
On this week's episode, we're joined by Mike Duxbury, Founder of Inclusive Farm. Mike lost his sight completely when he was only 6 years old. However against all odds, he knew that he wanted a life and career in farming. Whilst being realistic in knowing that he would have some limitations, he was determined to find out how he could attain his goal. Here, he spoke about diversity, why he started his business, going through the hard yards, and more.
12 minutes | Jun 25, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0419 - Emily & Mark Watson, Reach Out Caring
In this week's episode, we're joined by Emily & Mark Watson, Founders of Reach Out Caring. Emily & Mark’s organisation is a farm / work based proficiencies Centre for adults with learning disabilities that aims to provide a safe, quality day centre that young adults can go and enjoy activities that they may struggle to get involved with else where. Check out their website: reachoutcaring.com Here they spoke about how they set up their organisation, not doing anything in anger, their most surprising experience, and more.
10 minutes | Jun 18, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0418 - Brad Dibben, My Vegan Hamper
This week, we're joined by Brad Dibben, Co-Founder of My Vegan Hamper. Brad’s business, My Vegan Hamper, promises to offer only the absolute best vegan food products available on the UK market, so they can represent veganism to the highest standard to those who might be new to plant-based eating. Check out their website: myveganhamper.co.uk In this episode, he spoke about the impact of the pandemic, the most surprising thing when he started his business, and more.
12 minutes | Jun 11, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0417 - Liam Longley, Cotswold Wears
This week, our guest on the Growth Execution Podcast is Liam Longley, Co-Founder of Cotswold Wears. Based in the rural beauty of its namesake UK area, Cotswold Wears is a fresh and ambitious business committed to both the quality of their products and service, and also to doing their part for the natural world. Check out their website: cotswoldwears.com In this episode, he spoke about empathy and putting yourself in the shoes of your customers, what drove him to start a business, and more
12 minutes | Jun 4, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0416 - Sarah Hills, Carpe Omnia Training
This week's guest on the 16th episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4 is Sarah Hills, Founder of Carpe Omnia Training. Sarah is a passionate and driven trainer, consultant and coach specialising in change and leadership. Visit her website: carpeomniatraining.com Here, she spoke about change, leadership, learning when to put your hands up, and more.
12 minutes | May 28, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0415 - Raghav Agarwal, FireUp Cookware
This week's guest is Raghav Agarwal, Co-Founder of FireUp Cookware. Raghav is a young entrepreneur, from a family with three generations of cookware manufacturing experience. He met his Co-Founder, Tom, who’s an Engineering Science Professor at Oxford University and discovered they shared the same passion for innovation and cooking. Here, he spoke about cookware inovation, persistence, impact of the pandemic, and more.
14 minutes | May 21, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0414 - Shelley Farnham, Complex Connexions
This week's guest on the 14th episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4 is Shelley Farnham, founder of Complex Connexions. Shelley’s son is diagnosed as ADHD and Autistic. For many years, she felt confused, isolated and overwhelmed by a lack of information and professional support. This led to her son’s mental wellbeing - and that of the rest of the family - suffer. Here, she spoke about connections, neurodivergent parenting, how the pandemic opened new possibilites for her organisation, and more.
31 minutes | May 14, 2022
Growth Execution Podcast #0413 - Lea Salomone & George Gros, Louis & Co Maison
Lea Salomone and George Gros, Founders of Louis & Co Maison, joined Mal McCallion in the 13th episode of the Growth Execution Podcast Season 4. One evening at the end of year 2020 with the pandemic going on and with a 6-month old baby, Louis, Lea and George talked about what the future holds for them. That night, Louis & Co Maison was born with the aim to create a brand that encapsulates what they are about: the love of giving, hosting and enjoying life. Check out their website: louisandcomaison.com In this conversation, Lea and George talked with Mal about customer service journey, the impact of the pandemic, their most surprising experience, and more.
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