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In this weeks episode, I speak with Nadia Ladak, Founder of Marlow. Nadia Ladak (she/her) is passionate about contributing to the start-up ecosystem and inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders. She is the founder of Marlow, a menstrual health brand that has created the first-ever lubricated tampon delivered through a direct-to-consumer subscription model. Beyond the product, the team is taking a community-driven approach to reduce the stigma around menstrual health through education and conversations. The brand has been featured in a variety of publications including Global News, Betakit, Canadian Living, The Kit, FemTech Insider, Vancouver Sun, and more. Nadia led the team's fundraising strategy and raised a $500,000 pre-seed round and obtained $100,000 in non-dilutive grants. She is a Canadian delegate at the upcoming G20 Young Entrepreneur Alliance summit where she will contribute to international policy regarding entrepreneurship and is also the Ontario representative on the Startup Canada Women Advocacy Network where she participates in government roundtables to advocate for female founders. Prior to Marlow, Nadia worked at KPMG in management consulting and at TELUS Digital in digital strategy. She graduated from the Ivey Business School as an Ivey Scholar (top 10% of her class) and was recently recognized as one of Canada's Top 30 under 30 leaders by Bay Street Bull. Nadia is committed to giving back to her community through her role as a fundraising catalyst at Holland Bloorview Children's Hospital and as a mentor for the Junior Achievement Company Program where she provides weekly coaching to high school students as they operate their own small businesses. In her spare time, you can find her backcountry camping, curled up with a good book, or trying new restaurants!In this episode we discuss:How they found a gap to create a lubricated tampon businessWhy mensuration is not a niche market How she built a business with 3 friends from UniversityHow their company raised $500K for the development of their brandWhat the future looks like for women’s health and menstruation How menstrual leave in work places are becoming a way of the future If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & Creative Director of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestNadia Ladak, Founder of Marlow.Connect with Nadia:WebsiteTikTokInstagramEpisode References20% off any purchase with promo code HAVEYOUMETHERYET Episode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcast
In this weeks episode, I speak with Kathleen James from The Virtual Spell.Kathleen is a Vancouver based virtual assistant with over 2 years in business as the Virtual Spell. She enjoys copywriting, setting up CRM systems, and finding the perfect pitches and influencers for her clients. Kathleen recently made her first hire and has been enjoying no longer being a solo entrepreneur! When not working, she loves to cook, drink wine, spend time at the beach, and travel. Kathleen is also an astrology and enneagram nerd, as she loves to better understand herself and people in general.In this episode we discuss:leaving her corporate job to start her VA businesswhat it has been like growing her business pre and post pandemicwhy she is so passionate about helping other business owners delegate and grow their businesses learning how to be comfortable online in images and videosIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & Creative Director of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestKathleen James, Founder & Virtual & Executive Assistant, The Virtual Spellwww.thevirtualspell.comkathleen@thevirtualspell.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/the_virtual_spell/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevirtualspellEpisode References15% Referral discount from The Virtual Spell using code by referencing this episode in 2022.Episode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, I speak with Leah Yard from Leah Yard Designs and the Voted Least Likely Podcast.Leah is a designer, business owner, and podcast host. She is also a high school drop out and failure expert. From living on a lighthouse island as a child, to dropping out of high school and working entry-level jobs for over a decade, to accidentally becoming an entrepreneur: her story is far from glamorous. And yet she somehow ended up working in the fashion Industry.​She started her jewellery brand Leah Yard Designs in 2013. In an industry that values prestige and glamour, she constantly felt like an imposter. Because of this, she now proudly shares her story on the Voted Least Likely Podcast. Her mission is to demystify what it takes to be successful. She wants her piece of internet real estate to be a place for people to share the stories that make them who they are.In this episode we discuss:Growing up on a lighthouse island in BCHiding in a bathroom at an event when you don’t feel like you belongLaunching her podcast “Voted Least Likely” Lessons of running a jewellery brand for 9 years Imposter syndromeDealing with the facade of entrepreneur success noise on social mediaIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & Creative Director of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestLeah Yard, Founder, Leah Yard Designs & Host of Voted Least Likely Podcast.Connect with Leah:Leah Yard Designs: www.leahyarddesigns.com IG: @leahyarddesignsLeah Yard: www.leahyard.com (the Voted Least Likely Podcast "hub") IG: @leahyardEpisode ReferencesVoted Least Likely PodcastUse 20% all purchases from Leah Yard Design by using promo code: "HAVEYOUMETHERYET20" at check outEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, we speak with Jaylene Crick, Partner at Smart Savvy + Associates. Jaylene is one of the Partner's at Smart Savvy, one of the top Canadian recruitment agencies when it comes to marketing, communications and creative recruitment. Her career started in the high tech arena where she honed her product marketing and leadership skills working for some of Vancouver's first successful tech companies, one of which is known today as SAP. Jaylene loves to 'match make' - over the last decade at Smart Savvy, she's helped hundreds of companies find the right fit marketing experts for their teams. On the personal front she is a busy mom of two who is very involved in local recreational football. When time permits, she loves to read and bake! In this episode we discuss:How to prep for an interviewWhat its like working with a recruiterWhat things have changed since the pandemic in the workforce The changing landscape of hiring in a hot marketWhat we wish clients knew If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & Creative Director of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestJaylene Crick, Partner at Smart Savvy + AssociatesConnect with Jaylene:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaylenecrick/https://www.linkedin.com/company/smart-savvy---associates/https://www.instagram.com/smartsavvy/Episode ReferencesReady to find your dream career? Check out the Smart Savvy job board to apply to a new role today: https://smartsavvy.com/job-board/Need Help Hiring? Tell us about the position you’re looking to fill: https://smartsavvy.com/contact/Episode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, we speak with Jasmyn Ellis who is the  Brand Marketing Lead at Lush Cosmetics North America.  Jasmyn specializes in hair and body product campaign strategy and has been in the wellness industry for 6+ years. She is passionate about making brands resonate with their target audience through emotional storytelling and creative strategy. More importantly, she is committed to championing  representation and inclusivity in the beauty and wellness space and is always striving to integrate it into her daily life.In this episode we discuss:Challenges, diversity and inclusion the workplace for women of colourDealing with being silent in the workplace and learning to find your voiceWhy Lush isn’t on social media and how they are thinking outside of the box with their messaging and showing up in new waysHow being a part of the conversation helped to launch black hair care  for Lush in North America Why she is passionate about branding and how brands have showed up or stayed silent since 2020 If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & Creative Director of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestJasmyn Ellis, Brand Marketing Lead of Lush Cosmetics North AmericaConnect with Jasmyn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasmyn-ellis/https://www.instagram.com/jasmynellis/Episode ReferencesLush Documentary - Naturally: Lush presents Naturally, a short and intimate look at the lives of three individuals, highlighting the often complex and varying relationships we have with our natural hair both internally and out in the world. We collaborated with award-winning filmmaker Alicia K. Harris on Naturally to delve into personal stories and Black history through the lens of our subjects’ natural hair journeys. Watch here.Article: Exploring Black Hair Naturally Article: Curly, Coily and Textured Haircare RangeEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeCanadian Black Owned Business & Black EntrepreneursSupport Black-Owned Businesses: 181 Places to Start Online: https://www.websiteplanet.com/blog/support-black-owned-businesses/We would love to continue to shine a spotlight on black owned business owners on our platforms. If you have any you would like to see on our platforms, please send them our way. <
Anna Chan is a mom and the Founder & CEO of myMomentum, a gamified wellness app that helps consumers & CPG brands discover each other, one snack box at a time!She has 20+ years’ experience in business development (partnerships, sales, and marketing) with an emphasis on growth. Often heard suggesting to 'take the road less travelled' and that she did herself travelling more than 40 countries in the past 2 decades and living 6 years in Shanghai. A big advocate of supporting all things start up, Anna is recently exploring the world of impact investing bringing her passion for supporting fellow female founders & her extensive background in investments full circle.In this episode we discuss:- Funding as a female founder. and asking for capital- Juggling being a mom and an entrepreneur- Why sharing emotions and being vulnerable is important for trust and building credibility and relationships- The art of letting go and trusting the process and the journeyHostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsAnna Chan, Founder & CEO of myMomentumhttps://itsmymomentum.com/Download the app here.Episode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
Have you met Lindsay White from High Voltage Leadership yet?Lindsay is a sought-after leadership coach, people strategist, speaker and podcaster whobelieves that every business, no matter how small, deserves three things - great leadership,an impactful people strategy, and a culture that inspires.First, and foremost, Lindsay is passionate about guiding female entrepreneurs in creatingthe work & life blend they long for, and a leadership brand that is authentic and grounded intheir own values and purpose. Her powerful coaching style leverages her extensivebackground coaching senior leaders and executives, empowering small business CEOs asthey develop and embrace their personal leadership practice.Lindsay also utilizes her 15 years in strategic talent management to guide these incredibleleaders in creating culture and developing the people strategy that is often missing from theirbusiness plans. Knowing when amazing teams are connected by purpose, programs andprocesses that add value, they create amazing results.As an entrepreneur, working Mom, and first-time Grandmother, Lindsay knowsthat the blend between work and life can be difficult to create. That’s why she loves to coachand guide female business owners as they navigate their personal leadership journey. Herfocus on people strategy, team engagement, and leadership development all help herclients drive their business goals while creating an inspiring culture.In this episode we discuss: - what is a true leader and how to be a better leader- how Lindsay helps entrepreneurs and women find their purpose and realize their potential- building your business and team during a pandemicHostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsLindsay White, Founder of High Voltage Leadershiphttps://www.facebook.com/highvoltageleadershiphttps://www.instagram.com/highvoltleadership/www.highvoltageleadership.caPodcast: Female Founder Friday Episode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.Listen to our joint episode on Lindsay White's Podcast "Female Founder Friday" - "Embrace Fulfillment with Lindsay Dent ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
Have you met Alexis Verdicchio, Founder of Ignited Mother’s Coalition yet?Alexis has over a decade of experience in management, human relations and event planning, Alexis brings a specialized skill set in program logistics and a talent for bringing people together. She enjoys nature, hiking, events and food. She and her husband are parents of two young adults and one fur baby. In this episode we discuss: How her business came to be as something necessary after the COVID-19 Pandemic. As a program focused on providing resources and connections for women.The unexpected reactions she had while establishing the business and the immediate interest that the community had (even from males)The lack of personal growth some women fall into after becoming a motherTaking time for yourself  is necessary to prevent women from losing their identity and missing the opportunity to connect with new people.HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsAlexis Verdicchio, Founder of Ignited Mothers Coalition  Ignitedmotherscoalition.com@ingitedmotherscoalition@nadasoul_bcEpisode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
Have you met Mandy Balak from Ace Collective yet?Mandy Balak is the Founder and CEO of The ACE Collective – a community that helps driven Entrepreneurs create thriving businesses without the burnout. Mandy is a visionary and activator and all-around advocate for women in business. With over a decade of experience building community and values-driven businesses, she brings a wealth of experience to the table through her Business Playbook, Coaching, Courses and Retreats. She Mandy is a lover of going all in and believes that absolutely anything is possible when you lead with heart-first hustle. She’s a dream it, say it and do it kind of gal that is passionate about helping others live their dreams.In this episode we discuss:- Her passion for opening doors for women entrepreneurs by providing them with tools to prevent burnout.- How she got into the entrepreneur lifestyle as a result of a personal challenge- Dealing with failure, how it affected her personally and how to move past from it.- The importance of community and being able to talk with others.HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsMandy Balak, Founder and CEO of The ACE Collectivehttps://theacecollective.com/Instagram: @theacecollectivePodcast: Ace TalksEpisode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.Rise Conference: https://www.jointherise.ca/ ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
Have you met Angela Gooliaff yet?Angela Gooliaff is an illustrator and author based in Vancouver, Canada, best known for her book A Fun Food Friends Adventure, which she co-created with her 9-year old niece. She works as a freelance illustrator for FriesenPress Publishing and has fifteen published books. Book titles include: The Christmas Nisse, Penny’s Rumour and Who Stole My Cupcake.Angela voices characters in animation, video games and short films. She is known for her children’s voices, both male and female. Her specialty for Described Video narration is animation and children’s programming.   As a professional visual artist for over a decade, she was featured on CBC’s North by Northwest for her colouring book murals. She continues to paint and illustrate during artist residences nationally and internationally. Her most recent public artwork, Little Miss Sunshine, has been spreading cheer throughout Canada highlighted in the Globe and Mail, Maclean’s and the Huffington Post’s online magazine.In this episode we discuss: - How she shifted her career from getting a biology degree to becoming an artist, illustrator and actor.- The importance of teamwork in the acting industry and her favourite parts about it.- What she loves the most during the creative writing process and some of her struggles.- Tips on how to be consistent while writing without burning out while working on different projects.HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsAngela Gooliaffangelagooliaff.com Instagram: @antartistBook Links: http://www.angelajoelle.comEpisode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, I speak with Anthea Austin, Founder & Strategic CFO of Clear Margin Consulting.Anthea Austin is an entrepreneur, accountant, and founder of Clear Margin Consulting, a Vancouver-based accounting and bookkeeping firm. Anthea assists small business owners build successful, compliant, and profit-driven businesses.We discuss:How she helps small business owners organize their business finances and goalsHow she deals with comparison and overwhelm as a woman in the workplaceTips when it comes to dealing with tax seasonHow she helps her audience learn more about business and money on her podcast "Financial Conversations".HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsAnthea Austinwww.clearmarginconsulting.comInstagram: @clearmarginconsultingPodcast: Financial ConversationsEpisode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, I speak with Mallory Yawnghwe, President & CEO of Indigenous Box Inc.Mallory Yawnghwe, is nehiyaw iskwew from the Saddle Lake Cree Nation in North Eastern Alberta. She is a graduate of  MacEwan University’s School of Business with a Bachelor of Commerce in Supply Chain Management and candidate for the Supply Chain Management Professional designation. Mallory is currently working towards the completion  of an Executive MBA in Indigenous Business and Leadership at SFU’s Beedie School of Business. She is four years into her career as a Project Procurement Specialist with Alberta Infrastructure.Mallory thrives on challenge and is driven to overcome her fear of the unknown to make a difference in this world. Sometimes accused of being overly optimistic, Mallory has used her positive attitude, humility, and perseverance, to grow into a respected Supply Chain professional, independent business and community consultant, educational facilitator, and entrepreneur. Her commitment to professionalism, ethics, and high standards in her work have already made her a stand-out in her fields. Most recently, she has taken a big leap into the role of President and CEO of her new start up Indigenous Box Inc. Mallory operates Indigenous Box from amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) with the help of her husband Khamserk and her daughters.We discuss:Her passion for shining a spotlight on indigenous entrepreneurs and business ownersHow she started and grew a successful business in less than 1 yearHow she was inspired by her grandparents and generous before her to start a business that supports her indigenous community and ancestry Why representation matters and why it is important to continue to share and support indigenous communities and businesses HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsMallory Yawnghwe https://www.indigenousbox.ca/Instagram: @indigenousboxEpisode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, I speak with Taylor Switzer, Owner of Taylor Switzer Make Up.Taylor is a freelance hair and makeup artist whose been loving her craft for 10 years. Her goal is to make every person who sits in her chair feel like themselves, yet enhanced. Taylor has always had a passion for the beauty and fashion industry, but never had plans for it to be her career until she was already in it. It has been a wild ride, and she’s loving the highs and lows of it all.We discuss:How she discovered her dream job while working part-time at a Mac storeHow she dealt with dealing with clients and obstacles during wedding and event lock downs and closuresTips on how she built her business organically while living in London, England and Toronto Advice on how she seeks out new clients, finds new opportunities and gets inspiration for a new pathHostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsTaylor Switzerhttps://taylorswitzer.com/ Instagram: @taylorswitzermakeupEpisode ResourcesWe are listed as one of the Top 5 Canadian Women in Business Podcasts - read the full list here.ArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, I speak with Jamie Bell, the Founder of Contracts Market & Wild Coast Law.We discuss:- why she decided to leave her corporate job at a law firm and start her own company- how she built her online business and launched it during the pandemic- why having a solid contract is important for your business- how she has dealt with changes in her business and industry throughout the pandemicJaime Bell is a business lawyer and founder of Contracts Market, which provides legal contract templates for Canadian entrepreneurs. After working in corporate law for almost a decade, Jaime wanted to create a way that entrepreneurs could get instant access to great contracts without the steep legal fees. She created Contracts Market as a one-stop shop for business owners to get the contracts needed to run their business so they can feel confident knowing they are legally protected. HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsJamie Bell, Founder of Contracts Market@contractsmarket www.thecontractsmarket.com and www.wildcoastlaw.comEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeUse promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & ConversationsArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode, I speak with Dwania Peele, the Owner and Executive Director of Canadian Small Business Women.We discuss:- how she started a resource that didn't exist when she started her own business- how she stood out and made a lasting impression at her first networking event - our mutual dislike for reaction of "Good For You!" as a woman in business- how she juggles working full time, running a business, and events - how she found success running online events early on in the pandemic - lessons from running virtual events and how it is ever changing as we continue to navigate working and living in a pandemic - two book she published in 2020 & why she is passionate about telling stories of female immigrants and entrepreneursDwania Peele is the Owner and Executive Director of Canadian Small Business Women.  A lover of entrepreneurship, volunteering and networking, Dwania strives to inspire aspiring and current entrepreneurs in Canada. A Chemist and Political Scientist by training and education, but an entrepreneur at heart, Dwania has started 2 successful businesses since 2008.  In 2013, Canadian Small Business Women began serving as a platform for aspiring and current small business women of Canada. Through e-courses, blogs, online chats, Seminars and Expos, CSBW provides avenues for entrepreneurs to showcase their expertise. Dwania continues to make an impact by appearing as a Panelist and Keynote Speaker across North America to provide valuable insight to those in need. She also champions the success of entrepreneurs and it is reflected in her new books The Power Within: Inspiring Stories of Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Voices of Strength: Inspiring Stories of Female EntrepreneursHostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsDwania Peele, Founder of Canadian Small Business Women https://canadiansmallbusinesswomen.ca/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/canadiansmallbusinesswomen/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CanadianSmallBusinessWomenClubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/canadian-wmn-in-busiEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeUse promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & ConversationsArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this week's episode we speak with Alisha Kumar, Founder of The Social Project.We discuss:- how she shifted her career from being a lawyer to running a digital marketing agency- why she loves social media and the history behind why she started her business The Social Project- the value of investing herself and working with different coaches to help her find clarity in her business goals- why community is a key part to running a successful business- why we should stop judging the way other people chose to run their business- the most rewarding thing about being a leader and having a team Alisha Kumar is a social media and digital marking expert with 11+ years of industry experience. Alisha works with some of the globe’s most innovative & forward-thinking brands and implements marketing strategies to increase organic & paid growth and convert followers into paying customers.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsAlisha Kumar, Founder of The Social ProjectInstagram @thesocialprojectinc & @alishakumarwww.thesocialprojectinc.comAnd keeping true to what Alisha preaches, here are a few other women in her life she recommends checking out and supporting!Lorena Soriano @girlchangetheworld  Megs Cahill (celebrity mua & e-commerce business owner) @themegscahill Karla Melgarejo @photoyounique Episode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeUse promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & ConversationsArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this week's episode we speak with Felly Day the CEO of Felly Day VA.We discuss:- how and why she started her own business being a virtual assistant - why she believes in finding ways to live and work remotely - growing her team and business in the pandemicFelly Day is a Copywriter and Systems Expert. She manages her agency, Felly Day VA, from her laptop while backpacking Mexico. Her team focuses on repurposing content and integrating systems to help you get visible on multiple platforms.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsFelly Day, CEO of Felly Day VAhttps://fellyday.com/Instagram: @fellydayFacebookEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeUse promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & ConversationsArtworkRD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this week's episode we speak with Nira Arora, Morning Show Host and Executive Producer at 94.5 Virgin Radio Vancouver.We discuss:- working in the media industry as a woman of colour- how women can overcome struggles in the workplace- how she keeps motivated be live on air every morning- why it is important to talk to kids about racism- why she thinks it it important to use her platform to stand up against racism and bullying- why she feels passionate to use her voice to fight for equality and social justiceNira is a proud Island girl who grew up in Nanaimo and came to Vancouver for SFU and BCIT.  Prior to joining Virgin Radio Vancouver, Nira was a host, reporter, writer, and producer for many different television shows and local magazines. She now has 20+ years of experience in the media world, 18 of those as a morning show host.  Nira plays an active role in the community, volunteering her time for various charities and speaking events.   Nira also keeps herself busy with freelance television and writes a column called Nira’s Hot List.  Her and her husband Garry are proud parents to 2 boys and a girl, Shae, Aavi and Jaya, plus their adopted pup Sushi.   Nira has a major love for: her Indian heritage, scary movies, vampire shows, spiritual healing books, impromptu livingroom dance parties, recreational sports, spicy food and red wine.  Her personal mantra ‘Work Hard. Play Hard. Give Back.’ If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too! HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative  @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreative Email lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.Guests Nira Arora, Morning Show Host and Executive Producer at 94.5 Virgin Radio Vancouver.Twitter: @niraaroraInstagram: @niraaroraNira's Hot ListSupport Nira & The 50 Women of Options Campaign - Click here to donate now.Episode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown Creative Use promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & Conversations Artwork RD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
In this weeks episode we speak with Giulia Lombardo, Chef, TV Host and Producer at Just Giulia Productions. We discuss:- how her passion for cooking stemmed from growing up and working in her families restaurant, Lombardo's Pizzeria- her culinary journey and lessons working with Wolfgang Puck in Europe- behind the scenes of running a restaurant- how and why she started her YouTube channel- how she comes up with fresh and creative content- what is next for Just Giulia Productions Giulia Lombardo, food and content contributor, was head chef at Lombardo’s Pizzeria, a restaurant run by her family and one of Vancouver’s local institutions. Chef Giulia has been in the kitchen since before she was tall enough to reach the kitchen counter.  She graduated from a local culinary school then took her skills to London, England where she worked under Wolfgang Puck at CUT 45 Park Lane, his first awarding-winning restaurant in Europe.  Giulia is passionate about sharing her expertise in the kitchen with others.  She has held a series of kids cooking classes at Bosa Foods and has made numerous TV and media appearances, including segments on Breakfast TV, Shaw’s That Talk Show, and regular spots on CTV Morning Live.  As well as cooking demonstrations in front of a live audience on the cooking stage at the BC Home and Garden show 2017, 2019. Currently Giulia is working on her YouTube  series, “Just Giulia,” where she shares her favourite easy-to-do recipes in fun, short videos which showcase her passion and knowledge of all things food.  Giulia also launched  “Just Giulia Productions” a production company in 2018 where she produces custom cooking videos for various clients including Bosa Foods.  Her motto? Food doesn’t have to be complicated when you’re cooking with Just Giulia. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too!HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreativeEmail lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.GuestsGiulia Lombardo - Chef, TV Host and Producer at Just Giulia Productions Instagram - @justgiuliaaBlog- justgiulialombardo.comYouTube- http://bit.ly/JustGiuliaTo book virtual classes DM me at @justgiuliaaEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown CreativeUse promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & Conversati
In this weeks episode we speak with Leanne Bounds from Coco Bean. We discuss:- how she turned an idea she wished existed for her children into her business - how she juggles being a mom of 3 and a business owner- how to source and sample material for her brand- the positives and negatives to working with influencers- why you should start your business NOW no matter what stage you are at- sticking with your ideas and being kind to your self during tough hurdles Leanne is the owner of Coco Bean, a baby brand which creates luxury baby play mats. After a search for the perfect play mat, for her first born son, that was unsuccessful, she began her journey to make one! Coco Bean baby mats were created with both baby and mama in mind. With its design of soft, raised sides and a soft, foam base it allows baby to have a space to relax and play. The play mat arches have space for a total of 10 hanging toys, to spark your baby’s attention and develop motor skills and hand eye coordination. The play mat designs are made with modern patterns, to compliment your home decor and a mother’s personal style. When she isn’t making play mats, Leanne is usually heading to the mountains with her husband and three small boys. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, review and share it with a friend who you think might enjoy it too! HostLindsay Dent, Founder & CEO of Pink Crown Creative  @_lindsaydent & @pinkcrowncreative Email lindsay@pinkcrowncreative.com for sponsor opportunities, guest appearances or collaborations.Guests Leanne Bounds, Owner of Coco Beanwww.coco-bean.ca@cocobean.caEpisode ResourcesUse promo code "CREATIVITYANDLOVE" to receive $25 your next Creative Strategy Hour Booking with Pink Crown Creative Use promo code "CREATIVE5" to receive $5 off your ticket to our virtual event series - Cocktails & Conversations Artwork RD DesignMusic"Happy Days" by scottholmesmusic.comLet's get social!Instagram: @haveyoumetheryetpodcastFacebook
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