On Track Record with Sue Dougan today: Savings expert and head of communications at Scottish Friendly, Calum Bennie. Sue talks to Calum about his father’s work ethic, about working in marketing for a tour company to get his career underway, before embarking on a financial career with Britannia Life and onward to Scottish Friendly. His musical choices include The Smiths, Kate Bush and Crowded House - and you can hear an extended version this Saturday from midday, download it from the Share Radio website or iTunes.
Now it's time for a brand new episode of Track Record. This week Sue Dougan sits down with Samantha Dyer - founder of Mumma Love Organics, an award-winning business providing specially formulated organic products for babies.
This week Sue is joined by Sohrab Jahanbani, entrepreneur and founder of Bidvine, a virtual assistant for finding local, experienced professionals and tradespeople. He talks Sue through the musical influences which have shaped his life and career.
Sue Dougan is joined by Sharon Richey, CEO of BEcause Experiential Marketing, in this week's Track Record. Originally from South Africa, Sharon looks back at her childhood and her career into business and entrepreneurship. She tells Sue about her attempt to organise a beer festival in her family home and how, subsequently, acquired the name ‘The Shebeen Queen’ at the tender age of sixteen.
Sacha Romanovitch joins Sue Dougan for this week's Track Record. As the first female CEO of Grant Thornton, Sacha looks back at her career and explains why her family values are so important and keep her grounded in her work life. She talks to Sue about her favourite songs that paved her career path.
Sue Dougan speaks to Justin Urquhart Stewart, founder of Seven Investments about his career at Seven Investment Management. He looks over his career after 35 years of experience and discusses his favorite tracks, including Santana's 'Smooth'.
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