International Women’s Day is an important day for the WealthiHer Network, not only because we launched on this day in 2019, but because of the opportunity it presents to women and girls around the world. A day, and a month to reflect and to plot a path forward for women, and the year ahead. This IWD theme is Choose to Challenge. At WealthiHer, we are big fans of challenge when put to good use; and we see this IWD as our opportunity to challenge and to celebrate women’s achievements. In this episode, Tamara Gillan is joined by two inspiring leaders: Gabrielle Branson, Deputy CEO of Kleinwort Hambros; and Sarah Matthew, founder and CEO of The Vibrant Company. They discuss what IWD means for them, and the opportunity it represents.
Adam Cox is joined by Jade Asha, author of Actorpreneur. Jade talks about the struggles of being an actor and needing to have second sources of income while not working. They discuss how COVID has hit actors hard, and how it is causing many actors to leave the profession and give up on their dreams. Jade offers tips so that actors can still pursue their dreams while earning a living.
Adam Cox is joined by Elliot Kay, best-selling author and the co-founder of Speaker Express. Elliot details what it takes to build a great stage presence, and how he teaches business owners to transform their messages into a powerful growth tool. He shares some great tips for how to become a powerful speaker with the ability to influence an audience.
Adam Cox is joined by digital leadership strategist, Jono Poon. Jono explains why the biggest mistake people make online is being fake and having a persona disconnected from reality – and why clarity and authenticity are crucial when using online platforms like social media, podcasting, and YouTube. For more details on Jono visit: https://jonopoon.com/
Author and speaker Michael Brian joins Adam Cox to discuss his new book, which showcases his journey from being a shy introverted child to a highly visible speaker and content creator. Michael shares what it's like to be introverted, why it requires effort to engage and communicate with people, and how he was able to overcome some of those tendencies to have an impact on the world.
Adam Cox is joined by transformational leader, trainer and empowerment coach, Gina Gardiner, to discuss how COVID-19 has affected the country’s older workforce and what may stop older people from pursuing entrepreneurship. Gina explains what exactly a “maturepreneur” is, and how it is possible to build a successful business based on hobbies and interests. She also gives some fantastic tips and tricks for those looking to find new opportunities – and how to build not just a successful business, but a successful life.
In a world in which there is bias against female entrepreneurs – from accessing funding and being asked personal and risk-focussed questions in VC pitches, to lack of networking opportunities – we need advice and insight from someone in the know. In this episode, Tamara Gillan speaks with Kirsty Moore, Managing Director at HSBC Private Banking, who shares some of her wisdom – and why it’s important for women to be afforded the opportunity to start their own businesses and for them to flourish.
Adam Cox is joined by Christine Gouldthorp from PriceRunner, to discuss new research findings that show how older consumers lack trust and confidence in online retailers. They look at why more older people are shopping online, despite the worries and concerns that they have, and what consumers should look out for to ensure they are staying safe when shopping online.
Adam Cox is joined by Angus Knights, Partnership Manager from Parcellab, to discuss the implications that come from retailers and businesses ignoring customers once they have made their purchases. They delve into the impact this will have on both the public and retailers, and how important customer service is in order to ensure a good relationship is maintained between the two once the customer has clicked “check out”.