Join BIPC Podcasting Expert in Residence, and series host Ashleigh King, in a conversation about ‘Women in Business’

Episode guests include:

💡Polly Brennan, Founder of Adventurous Coaching
💡Ann English, BIPC Expert in Residence (Visual Marketing Expert) and Founder of Create Intrigue

Ann worked with Polly as an Expert through BIPC North East funding to support her in communicating better with her clients.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

💡About the women who inspire Ann and Polly to be better in their business
💡Polly’s reflections on working with Ann, through funding from the BIPC North East, and how this has helped her to feel more confident.
💡Some of the challenges for women in business, for instance, the menopause
💡Why women are less likely to put themselves forward for investment
💡The power of networks in succeeding as female business owners

For more details:

Visit our case studies page to discover more inspirational stories of female business owners rocking the business world:

This podcast has been made possible with the kind sponsorship of the British Library and Newcastle City Council.
🦩Recorded at Flamingo Heights Podcast Studio
💡Executive Producers: Ashleigh King & Sarah Turnbull
🎥Technical Production: Joel Lowson & Krzysztof Furgala
Hashtags: #BIPCPodcast #LetsTalkAbout #BIPCNorthEast #WomeninBusiness

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