DIY website expert Alannah Moore talks about helping people get over their fear of website building by cutting out the technical gobbledegook!
We talk to Josephine Pembroke and Donna Freed, the ladies behind the fabulous online talk radio show for women, Radio Gorgeous.
We talk to Sally Hendrick who set up a business driving social media traffic for businesses after working as an actuary for over 20 years.
Kat Farrants tells how she went from being a city lawyer to setting up her own online yoga school accessible any time and wherever you have internet.
How Louise Chunn, Welldoing founder, went from magazine editor to digital entrepreneur in midlife, via a Silicon Valley crash course in online business.
The midlife reinvention story of Mary Jardine, who set up her own luxury leather handbag business.
In the latest of our profiles of women reinventing themselves in midlife, we talk to Jen Lehner, who went from full-time mom, to being a social media marketing consultant from home, and then moved her whole business online. She now runs online courses to train people anywhere and everywhere how to make the most of social media. An interview…
We talk to Michelle Pozon, Closet Guru who helps women fall in love with both themselves and their wardrobes, as a personal stylist in Paris.
In the latest of our profiles of women who have reinvented themselves, we talk to Cat Beurnier who, after a career in advertising in New York, decided to bring American-style cupcakes to the Parisians. Apologies in advance if this post makes you peckish! What made you decide to do what you do? When I moved to France…
We talk to Suzanne Noble who went from running her own PR business to setting up Frugl, the hip new app for finding the maximum fun for minimum spend.
We talk to Alexandra Boyd, who gave up her life in Hollywood to make a film about a boxer from the deprived East End of London. An interview with actor turned filmaker, Alexandra Boyd What made you decide to change from acting to making films? I was asked by a producer to direct a short film….
How Rachel Hart set up her gorgeous fabric and haberdashery emporium, and sewing school, Ray Stitch, in Islington, London.
At the Mutton Club, we’re all about inspiring and empowering women to live their best lives and embrace change. In the first of our regular features on women who have reinvented themselves in mid-life, we talk to Julia Streets, the founder of Streets Consulting, who not only set up her own business, but also embarked on…
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