On today’s episode, Akua Gyamfi, founder of The British Blacklist: online global home for African Caribbean British creative professionals on the Screen and Stage, in Sound and Literature – both up front and behind the scenes. Akua talks candidly about the steps she took to start the company, how she created a ‘viral’ marketing campaign, and so much more.
On today’s episode, Prisca Moyesa, founder of Moyesa & Co: a social-first marketing agency that bridges the gap between companies + culture. Prisca shares how she started her company, the importance of language when attempting to change behaviours, resources to get ahead, and much more.
On today’s episode, Amos Eretusi, co-founder of Proptar: a youth-led social enterprise that provides a pathway for emerging, untapped, BAME and diverse creative talent to the creative industry (yes, they wrote that on their website). That being said, we dive deeper to find out what that really means and how they do it so we can too.
In short this episode is for you if you wish to start a social enterprise business because Amos kindly shares the resources and tools that he used.
Yes, you guessed it! Another brand new Blacticulate podcast episode for your #MotivationalMonday (we hope).
On today’s episode, Phoebe Parke and how blogging about relationships and being opinionated on Twitter has helped her career in more ways than one. Best of all, Phoebe shares advice, resources and tools that we can use to help increase our personal brand, too.
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Today’s episode we have Tsion Martins who speaks about growing up without direction, the importance of helping local young individuals (that society often ignores) and specifically how his company ‘Bridge The Gap Studios’ does – via music and theatre – just that.