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Find your business voice: content marketing for founders, small businesses and entrepreneurs
The podcast helping businesses grow, by creating engaging content, focusing on communicating with their audiences and customers through crisis and why authenticity wins every time.
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The Nurture Network is a new initiative bringing female entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals together to share their experience, mentor and learn from each other.
As part of this initiative, we spoke with Ann Marie Juliano, CEO and founder of Muse, for ‘Find your Business Voice’, the podcast about growing your business through content. This episode is the first in a series for the Nurture Network, brought to you by Lemon Quarters.
In this episode we talk about the fear of going out on your own, the challenge of raising funds as a female founder and how to handle the stresses and strains of running a company. At the heart of the Nurture Network is the power of sharing experiences. From breakthrough career moments, to best ever advice, how to deal with stress and the women that inspire them. These podcasts are designed to bring you a snapshot of our members’ working lives.
EPISODE #02 - A positive playbook for change
How to find the silver lining in every cloud of uncertainty, in partnership with British Business Bank.
What a year 2020 has been. The world has, at times, been paralysed by an unexpected pandemic, the UK government has finalised the Brexit negotiations with the EU and US voters have, unusually, turfed out a President after just one term. If dealing with the fallout of those changes isn’t enough, the dual challenges of climate change and new technology continue to grow.
In 2021, business leaders have two options: run for the hills or embrace change. Those who choose change will be the surefire winners in an increasingly uncertain business landscape. Taking place in the grips of our third lockdown here in the UK, our webinar, A playbook for change: How to find the silver lining in a cloud of uncertainty, in partnership with British Business Bank, brought experts and leaders together to discuss how companies of all sizes could not just survive a period of great change, but thrive.
We delved into some of the key secrets that change advocates swear by: accepting rather than resisting, creating a culture of learning and over-communicating. The panel included; Marie-Claire Frederick, Co-founder Lemon Quarters Media, Richard Bearman, Managing Director Start Up Loans, part of British Business Bank, Luisa Alemany, Associate Prof Management Practice, Academic Director of the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the London Business School, Julia Munder, International Marketing Director, of leather luxury brand Maxwell-Scott and Margaret Morrison-Macleod, a former surveyor, and founder of the aromatherapy company, The Divine Hag.
Episode #01 - Find your business voice
with Giselle Frederick, Oliver Smith and Marie-Claire Frederick. Content marketing for founders, small businesses and entrepreneurs.
The podcast helping SME businesses to communicate with their audience and customers through times of crisis, brought to you by Lemon Quarters.
The Black Lives Matter protests across the globe earlier this year caused a moment of mass reflection. Everyone from footballers to FTSE100 bosses felt the need to speak up in support of equality. SMEs were no different. But sometimes it’s hard to know what to say and how to say it.
This podcast explores the theme of communication at a time of great challenge and change. It asks how and when it is right for SMEs to use their voice, how content can be a powerful tool and it will give SMEs the confidence to say the right thing when it matters most.