How the Need for Chicken Led Two University Graduates to Become Part of Sir Stelios’ Easy Brand Family

rdering food online has become a part of everyday life. As an industry it has been growing year on year and saw it jump from $4.8 billion in 2019 to $5.9 billion in 2020. Yet despite industry growth, giants such as Deliveroo made huge losses due to COVID19. Deliveroo’s revenue increased by 72 per cent… Continue reading How the Need for Chicken Led Two University Graduates to Become Part of Sir Stelios’ Easy Brand Family

When You Are Black and Disabled; What Battle Do You Fight First?

In a candid conversation with Mark Esho we discuss all things business, what 2020 has taught him and what it’s like being a black disabled entrepreneur. Mark has been disabled from the age of five when he caught polio. After a turbulent start to life, he set up Easy Internet back in 2000 after seeing… Continue reading When You Are Black and Disabled; What Battle Do You Fight First?

Mindset and Background Is The Secret Says £1.8 Million Turnover Care Home Agency Provider

I caught up with Lola Ojomo Director of Pure Homecare, a care home agency set up by Lola at 35 after giving up a career in IT. It was a jump into a completely different sector and when you first hear about it makes little sense. Upon speaking to Lola, she advises she comes from… Continue reading Mindset and Background Is The Secret Says £1.8 Million Turnover Care Home Agency Provider

Smashing The Glass Ceiling

Interview with Moni Mannings, Non Executive Director – Hargreaves Lansdown When asked to interview Moni, I did some research and found a video interview of her years ago being asked about her legal career. She came across incredibly warm and authentic, the experience I had with her was no different, as I sat down to ask… Continue reading Smashing The Glass Ceiling

The Woman Who Managed To Sell 2 Oil Rigs For $1bn

How do you go about selling an oil rig, let alone two?We ask the woman who managed to sell both for $1bn within four months. Pardip Khroud, CEO & Founder – Voyager Capital Partners What is Private Equity? One of the first questions I asked Pardip when we first spoke as it is a term I… Continue reading The Woman Who Managed To Sell 2 Oil Rigs For $1bn

Drive, Determination & Grit – Meet 31-Year-Old CEO Jigna Varu

Fresh from her studies, where she passed with flying colours, in Executive Leadership from Saïd Business School, Oxford University, Jigna sat down with me to discuss her incredible rise to CEO at the tender age of 31. It wasn’t always easy for the bubbly and outgoing Jigna. Growing up in Plumstead, South London her family… Continue reading Drive, Determination & Grit – Meet 31-Year-Old CEO Jigna Varu

The World’s Smallest Art Has A Permanent Home

When I first arrive at the Birmingham Contemporary Art Gallery, home to Dr Willard’s microscopic sculptures, I’m immediately taken in by the light and space. It’s a fitting home for his collection. Albert and Sarah Wallace, who own the gallery were wonderful hosts and during my time interviewing Dr Willard, made everyone feel welcome. After… Continue reading The World’s Smallest Art Has A Permanent Home

NEW: Walk Like A Man

My New Book is Now Available! You can purchase my first co-authored book on Amazon titled ‘Walk Like A Man’

I Am Tired

I am tired of crying. I am tired of being sad. I am tired of being lonely. I am tired of not belonging. I am tired of feeling homesick. I am tired of rejection. I am tired of not being loved. I am tired of talking. I am tired of thinking. I am tired of… Continue reading I Am Tired

Dutiful Daughter

I forgive you for my sheltered life I forgive you for the expectations being the eldest Your dutiful daughter I forgive you for the sacrifices I made I forgive you for the decisions that led to my trauma Your dutiful daughter I forgive you for wanting me to be the perfect wife I forgive you… Continue reading Dutiful Daughter