Podcast: independent café owner’s footfall tips plus social enterprise success

Here’s a brand new podcast of the Business Live radio show with guests Lindsay Lonchar and Claire Dove.

This episode includes powerful advice about succeeding in independent retail from Lindsay AND about winning contracts and thriving as a social enterprise from Claire.

Lisa Walker: How to deal with Imposter Syndrome, overcome fears, boost confidence and transform your business

This week’s radio show guest is Lisa Walker who brings a track record of transforming her clients’ confidence – enabling them to experience transformation in their businesses and lives. Listen to the podcast here.

2018’s most-listened-to podcast interviews

This list of my 10 most listened to podcast interviews during 2018 features a diverse and eclectic bunch of topics, with fascinating guests.

One not very compelling reason to ambush snog Boris Johnson

Now is the time of year when the shadiest sellers of marketing snake-oil ramp up their ludicrous claims as they prey on small business owners. You’ll have seen the promises…

Podcast: building an e-commerce retail website with Nicola of Waxx plus business resilience

Here’s a fantastic new radio show podcast with practical advice on e-commerce and business resilience from two expert guests, Nicola Middleton-Groom and Steve Knowles.

Interviews: Andrzej Kurpiel and Steve Manley – bees, social and youth enterprise

From teenage entrepreneur to the youngest ever President of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, Steve Manley. Plus Andrzej Kurpiel of Bee Blest.

3D scorpions, Nessh jackets, Seedstick magic – Über, BuddyBurst and Dark Peak

Interviews with Greg Clark and Rob Sandom of Über Agency; Jamie Gray of BuddyBurst and Allen Holland of Dark Peak Gear

Interview: Ashley Carson, Sheffield’s Assay Master – hallmarking, history and technology

The hallmarks on gold, silver, platinum and palladium don’t only prove the validity of precious metals. They tell a story. And the story of hallmarks themselves and of how Sheffield’s Assay Office came to be after an act of Parliament is absolutely riveting. Ashley Carson, who has served as Sheffield’s Assay Master for 25 years and was the youngest-ever to be appointed, tells the story.

Jon Maiden, Panjango: beautiful games exploring the world of work

Jon has come up with a powerful, immersive and playful route for children to explore the sometimes mysterious world of work.

Rob the cartoonist and the Food Circle Supermarket – new interviews

When it comes to marketing, testing, measurement, learning and refining is key, according to my guests from two thoroughly different businesses and industries. James and Paul run Food Circle Supermarket, an ecommerce business. Rob is a cartoonist and illustrator.