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Creative business ideas can transform communities and individuals. Stories of independent business owners, their achievements and struggles, can inspire us and change our outlook on life. Join Catharina Joubert, journalist and independent thinker, as she interviews the masterminds of the most innovative and transformative business ideas in the North of England (and elsewhere). If you are an aspiring or established entrepreneur/creative or simply want to hear inspirational stories about real ...
 
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Scene 1: The Battlefield [04:05] Scott has 30 years of real-world experience as an entrepreneur, having started and sold multiple companies. He talks about his own battlefield and some of his most catastrophic failures, all of which led him to take a risk and start his own coaching practice: Doubledare. Scene 2: The Imposter [22:02] We discuss the …
 
iPECS2Teams, a new feature which integrates Microsoft Teams with the Ericsson-LG iPECS eMG100, iPECS UCP100/600/2400 and iPECS vUCP phone systems.iPECS2Teams combines Microsoft Teams with the already impressive functionality of the office iPECS phone systems. It enables the user to make/receive their office calls and access other phone system featu…
 
Scene 1: India [03:13] As a traditional fitness instructor, Mike unexpectedly got pulled into yoga while living in America. He became so engrossed by the benefits that he moved to India to complete his yoga instructor training. He explains how a couple of drastic, daring decisions would change his life forever. Scene 2: Akrasia - Why do we Struggle…
 
Scene 1: Couch Potato Transformation [04:28] Marlon talks about his journey as a semi-professional judo player and balancing his career as marketing consultant with intense training and frequent travelling in preparation for the Olympics. Scene 2: The Olympian Storyteller [17:26] After quitting his professional sports career, Marlon let himself go …
 
Scene 1: A Vision at the Foothills of Serra de Tarmuntana [03:19] Jodie put her heart and soul into horse-riding, having a successful career as a professional rider. Then became a personal trainer. She describes both experiences and why she eventually decided to start her own business. Scene 2: A Time Machine to Health and Fulfilment [17:55] How cr…
 
Act I: Mint Hobo Scene 1: London – The Corporate Man [03:33] Steve was 'The Corporate Man', managing different stores for Tesco's across the UK. However, his life was about to take an unexpected turn... Scene 2: Yarm – The Skydive [16:02] After he left Tesco's, he took a risk and decided to make coffee his life. We discuss the good, the bad and the…
 
A Day in the Life of a Trustee Also known as a board member, a trustee is responsible for evaluating the performance of a charity and making improvements. Ian explains why he wanted to give back to his local home care provider, Supportive, by becoming a trustee. Shortly before the passing of his parents, he experienced the immense difference home c…
 
A Day in the Life of a Patient Driver A major part of working in social care is delivering independence through transport. Leanne explains why her department is essential in society, helping individuals, who have no other support structures, get out and about and live their lives normally. She tells you the what to expect of the job, the joys and c…
 
Part 1: The Numbing Reality of Toxicity [04:40] Having grown up in a small town in the countryside, Sherianna was always intrigued by introspection. She details her professional journey into psychology and the painful event in her marriage that inspired her to write Emotional Detox and develop the CLEANSE method. Part 2: Over-processed and Under-pr…
 
Part 1: A Jeweller, a German Shepard and the Makings of a Dream [2:34] Teri's journey starts with crippling anxiety that left her unable to leave the house. She discusses early life in the North East of England, witnessing her dad losing everything in the financial crash of 2008 and her aspirations to become an actress. Part 2: Overcome Anything. P…
 
Part 1: Becoming a Pole Fitness Instructor [2:20] Beth never imagined she would be a dance instructor. Yet, now she has thousands following her on Instagram, practising and teaching her combos. We talk about her early career and why she started pole fitness. Favourite Question and Quote Q3: What eventually got you interested in pole fitness as a fo…
 
Part 1: The Origins of Steam Machine Magic [03:06] We discuss Nick's transition from science teacher to craft beer brewer and what made him decide to take the risk, exchanging job security for a beer adventure. Favourite Question and Quote Q2: How confident were you that your product would appeal to people in the North East? [12:55] "I'm a big beli…
 
Part 1: The Meaning of Support in Communities [02:38] Supportive provides social care services at a lower rate than most other providers and aims to create a caring work environment too. We discuss why the nonprofit organisation was established in the first place and how they give back to their staff and community. Favourite Question and Quote Q1: …
 
Part 1: Health. Wellness. Wellbeing. [05:07] Modern society has shaped our lives as a race to be run which often cause stress and burnout. Anna describes her experience of the rat race and why she decided to specialise in technology and later combine it with her interest in wellbeing to develop Sensate in collaboration with BioSelf Technology. Favo…
 
Part 1: Choosing to Live for Sales Effectiveness [04:06] Steve developed in-depth knowledge of effective marketing while working in sales. He shares his professional journey so far and why that motivated him to start ROI Online. Favourite Question and Quote Q3: Can you tell us about your experience of working in sales? What was the best thing about…
 
Part 1: From One Dropout to Another [04:00] Chloë started Wander Films with business partner Lou Tonner after returning from a soul-searching experience in Australia. She describes her life as a dropout in the North East and how Australia changed their outlook on life. Key Questions Q2: Can you give us a tour of your life before Australia? [04:10] …
 
Part 1: To Be or Not To Be (an artist) [3:28] Freelancers are hired because they have certain expertise. We discuss how to hone these expertise and Rob's introduction to the creative industries. Key Questions Q2: What did you originally envision for your life? [3:36] Q3: With such a diverse skill set, how did you gain your expertise, and would you …
 
Part 1: Humble Origins. Legendary Coffee [5:05] Dave saw coffee being roasted for the first time on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. This sparked the beginning of Rounton Coffee Roasters. Dave explains his journey from engineering to coffee roasting. Key Questions Q2: What motivated you to become an engineer and what factors made you decide to lea…
 
Part 1: The Essence of the American Dream from a Global Perspective [6:17] Brian talks about his incredible entrepreneurial journey and why he decided to establish an early stage startup accelerator that acts as a gateway for entrepreneurs all over the world to access the wealth in America. Key Questions Q2: Tell us more about the journey that shap…
 
Part 1: What does it Mean to be Involved in the Music Industry? (3:07) Before becoming highly involvement in the music industry, David used to have a high-paying job and led a comfortable life, but then it all changed and he suddenly had nothing. We discuss what life was like for him ten years ago and the beginning of his passion for performance, a…
 
Part 1: Dark. Delicious. Alternative. (2:40) Cacao Brew did not start as a business concept. It started with the love of dark chocolate and as a brewing experiment. Jazmin takes us back to the very beginning of the idea. Key Questions Q2: What is Cacao Brew? (3:14) Q3: Can you take us back to the beginning, to the very moment the idea crossed your …
 
Part 1: Skin Talks (3:33) Dr Baguley explains why he became a doctor and what inspired him to become involved in the beauty industry. Key Questions Q2: What was the original vision for A Vita? How have you expanded your range of services and the expertise of your team? (4:16) Q3: You’re a doctor and since the lockdown you also work full-time for th…
 
Part 1: When should Individuality Stop & Co-dependence Start? (4:25) Relationships cause trouble, because we tend to expect too much of ourselves. We want to be perfect friends, lovers, parents, cooks and have amazing careers too. I talk to Ninky about why we get into a relationship in the first place. Key Questions Q2: Are relationship issues univ…
 
£20 VOUCHER GIVEAWAY Win a £20 voucher to use with Fourteen Drops. To enter the draw subscribe to my newsletter by following this link: https://www.regenerationstudio.co.uk/ Part 1: Origins of Fourteen Drops (4:24) It is all about selecting the finest at Fourteen Drops, while ensuring there is a range of products at affordable prices. Where did Fou…
 
Part 1: A Tale of Gelato in Yarm (3:10) Caroline entered the food industry while studying drama in London. Some of her earlier experiences inspired what she eventually wanted to offer customers in Yarm High Street. We discuss her early career and move into the ice cream business. Key Questions Q3: Why ice cream? What was your original vision for Su…
 
I interview Rudi Mistry from The Telstra Business Technology Centre Perth North and South Australia South, where we discuss how Covid-19 has affected his business and how he has used our solutions such as Ericsson LG and Lancom Systems to work through the pandemic. Also, we discuss how the strategic team at Aria Technologies helps with sales and pr…
 
Part 1: Alleviating the Stigma Around Mental Health (4:21) In some countries, people and organisations have begun to speak more openly about mental health issues, like anxiety, and take into consideration the impact it may have on our lives. Bene discusses why she became a Child Psychologist and importance of alleviating the stigma around mental ar…
 
Artists have the unique opportunity to investigate social issues often in surprising ways. Through a range of silly props and seemingly light-heartedness, Gudrun lays bare some of the most pressing issues in society through her work, which leaves a lasting impression on viewers. Following an unexpected journey from Iceland to the Royal Conservatoir…
 
In 2008, Warren Ho left a comfortable job in the corporate world to start his own self-defence and martial arts training company, Defence-Unlimited. Based in Johannesburg, a city known for its high crime rate but also one with incredible potential, Warren wanted to teach people how to defend themselves to stay safe, but more importantly he wanted t…
 
A follow up interview with Peter Williamson, the Sales & Marketing Director at Aria Technologies about the current situation around Covid-19 and how Aria Technologies can help the channel respond.Work from anywhereTeleworkingMobile extensionBusiness continuityLocal Geographic redundancy
 
Lust For Life Drawing has been bringing new life to Darlington since April 2017. Word of their unique art sessions, where they combine themes, music and drawing, quickly spread and the number of attendees grew. Life drawing might seem like a rather technical activity reserved for amateur and professional artists, but it can be surprisingly relaxing…
 
Uncertainty creates anxiety. Anxiety feeds into destructive behaviour that can deteriorate our relationships. Even if we are not experiencing anxiety as such, we might feel frustrated after being stuck in close quarters with the same people for the last five weeks and counting. How do we control our anxiety or frustration to ensure relationship gro…
 
As the only theatre festival in the North East of England, GIFT, offers an extensive variety of productions and thereby supports underrepresented North Eastern artists. Founder, Kate Craddock has spent years either working either on creative projects or in academia, building up GIFT to what it is today. Taking place this Friday 1 May to Sunday 3 Ma…
 
David and co-founder, Elizabeth Ellis' admiration of words and quality craftsmanship inspired them to learn the age-old process of traditional letterpress after being made redundant in 2009 after the credit crunch. It was never meant to be anything more than a creative escape into the past, but the beauty of the work they produced soon led to the o…
 
Especially passionate about the local music and cultural scene, and well-respected among creatives and art aficionados of all kinds, the NARC. magazine and website aim to showcase the best in alternative music, art, literature, theatre, film, comedy and everything in between. Its April’s issue is going to go down in history. It is their first entir…
 
Mobile extension allows a user to pair thier deskphone with any mobile phone with out the need of a application. This is a great solution to set up a user for remote working so when someone calls their extension their mobile will ring at the sametime. The user can place the caller on hold, transfer calls or log in and out of a queue.…
 
Métro-Boulot-Dodo is French expression that succinctly captures the rat race many of us were trapped in before the pandemic hit us and forced countries to impose lockdown regulations. The expression literally means metro-work-sleep and implies that we live to work. However, the world is changing by the minute as it becomes apparent that Covid-19 is…
 
Until recently, La Chocolatrice, located at 67B Westgate Road, Newcastle, was still filled with the laughter of people transported into a world of beauty and magic, learning a skill they perhaps thought they never would: making and tempering chocolate. Owner and chocolatier, Zoe Rutter's decision to open a school of chocolate was inspired by her ch…
 
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