Introducing Stories that Stick
First, we'd like to apologise for taking such a long break, but we're back with a brand new podcast series called Stories that Stick, which is available wherever you get your podcast, and we'd love to know what you guys think.
Ep 59: The Assembly - a platform that supports fashion talent, w/ Pepper Chikezie
In this episode, we have Yoanna 'Pepper' Chikezie, British-born Nigerian, who's truly a Fashion mogul. She started her career as a Stylist, a Fashion Editor of FAB and TW Magazine, and then in 2013 became the Head of SPICE TV - Africa’s pioneering fashion channel. Now she's pursuing her passion to drive growth within Africa’s fashion eco-system with her startup The Assembly: a community and platform for emerging talent, students, entrepreneurs, professionals and independent businesses in the fashion and creative sector. Pepper truly epitomises #blackgirlmagic, and she graciously shares advice, tips and resources on how we can build a business, too.Follow Pepper/The Assembly Hub on:Website: www.theassemblyhub.comInstagram: AssemblyofficialTwitter: TheassemblyhubFollow Blacticulate on:Website: www.blacticulate.comInstagram: BlacticulateTwitter: Blacticulate
Ep 58: Co-founded an Ad agency at 24! w/ Shannie Mears
On this episode Shannie Mears, chief talent officer of The Elephant Room and GUAP magazine’s talent and brand manager. Shannie shareshow she co-founded an Ad agency with only two years into her career in advertising, not being afraid to speak your mind regardless of your environment, the importance of collaboration, and much more.Contact Shannie Mears:Website: http://theelephantroom.net/usTwitter: https://twitter.com/shannielovesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannielovesFollow Blacticulate on:Website: https://blacticulate.com/Instagram: https://instagram.com/blacticulateFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlacticulateTwitter: https://twitter.com/BlacticulateThank you!
Ep 57: Becoming an Osteopath w/ Martin Wilson
In today's episode, Martin Wilson, Oesteopath to world-class performing Athletes such as 'Dina Asher-Smith, Zharnel Hughes, to name but a few. We hear how and why Martin chose the profession of an Osteopath, the challenges of becoming one of two Black medical staff for Team GB, the skills and education needed for the job, the importance of having more Black staff behind-the-scenes of the sporting industry, the rewards that come with the job, and so much more.In short, this is a great episode if you want to know what an Osteopath does - the good, the bad, and the ugly.Contact Martin Wilson on:Website: Www.vertex1.co.ukEmail: Vertex1clinic@gmail.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vertex__one/Follow Blacticulate on:Website: https://blacticulate.com/Instagram: https://instagram.com/blacticulateFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlacticulateTwitter: https://twitter.com/BlacticulateThank you!