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The Copy Club: Building a community for marketers, with Lottie Unwin.

Season 2, Ep. 11

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About the guest:

Today on the podcast we have Lottie Unwin, founder of The Copy Club.


The Copy Club are a community of entrepreneurial people who work in marketing. The Copy Club run events, courses and recruitment for an ever-growing community of entrepreneurial marketeers.


The Copy Club started as a solution to Lottie’s own problem. Having completed her graduate training at marketing powerhouse Proctor & Gamble, Lottie then joined Propercorn to lead their marketing efforts. Missing the support that P&G provided she quickly decided to seek out other connections who could help her on her journey - and she was soon regularly going for coffees and drinks with people doing similar roles in other companies. Copy Club started as a simple dinner - and it was only when she moved to India that she realised she had the beginnings of a business.


Fast forward to today, she has a successful business that employs a team of ten, and runs courses, events and recruitment for start ups. We talk about why monetising feels so scary, why selling can feel gross (and how you can avoid that) and why it’s OK not to have a plan. 


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