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This is Power Suit Podcast, your creative careers podcast for uncertain times - in these bonus episodes we are taking 15 minutes with different creative leaders to hear how they are coping with the current coronavirus situation and what that me
This is Power Suit Podcast, your creative careers podcast for uncertain times - in these bonus episodes we are taking 15 minutes with different creative leaders to hear how they are coping with the current coronavirus situation and what that me
This is Power Suit Podcast, your creative careers podcast for uncertain times - in these bonus episodes we are taking 15 minutes with different creative leaders to hear how they are coping with the current coronavirus situation and what that me
Germaine has been in the image making business for over 20 years, starting off as a photographer herself before later starting her own business as an agent. She talks to Lauren about what it takes to be a brilliant photographic agent, how photo
Anna Jones was the CEO of Hearst magazines in the UK with the glass corner office and a clothes budget before she threw herself headlong into startup life, founding AllBright with serial entrepreneur Debbie Wosskow. AllBright comprises a women’
Frances Costelloe is a creator from London selling her instantly recognisable pieces in Liberty, and has worked for fashion designer Bella Freud as Studio Manager, Brand Manager and now as Lifestyle Manager running the interiors side of the bus
Liv Little is the founder of gal-dem, the magazine for women and non-binary people of colour, which she started while still at university and has grown into a unique publication with huge collaborations. 2018 was a big year for gal-dem, with a
Madison Marriage is a journalist at the Financial Times, and went undercover in January 2018 to rip the lid off the secretive all-male dinner, the Presidents Club. Lauren talks to Madison about the reality of exposing bad behaviour, and what’s
Simon Dixon & Aporva Baxi are the founders of renowned design and branding agency DixonBaxi, which they started in 2001. Simon and Aporva talk to Lauren about their roots setting up agencies from London to New York, the importance of craft, and
Casey is creative lead for branded content at Refinery29, as well as founder of The Freelance Circle, a platform for anonymously giving feedback on working at agencies as a freelancer. She was also named in 2018 as one of Creative Review’s Crea
Sid Motion opened her eponymous gallery in King’s Cross London in 2016, working part time during the build to make it possible. Beginning her career by curating her year group’s graduate show at the London College of Communication, Lauren talks
Hatty Jones was the child star of hit film Madeline in 1998, where she starred alongside Frances McDormand and Nigel Hawthorne. Fast forward 20 years and Lauren interviews her best friend Hatty on the realities of being in a film as a child and
Nishma Robb has been at Google for four years as their ads marketing director, during which time she has headed up [email protected] as well as winning numerous accolades and awards, not only for her work but also for her side passions. We talk to N
Sam Baker is the editor of The Pool, the women’s title she cofounded with Lauren Laverne in 2015, before which she had an illustrious career at the helm of magazines including Cosmopolitan, Company and Red. The Pool has switched up the publishi
In 2017, Paul Mellor’s agency started Take F**king Risks, the events that started out upstairs in a pub, and encourage creative people to get risky. He is the cofounder of design agency Mellor & Smith, which started in 2009. Lauren talks to Pau
Xavier Rees is the CEO of Havas London and Havas Helia based on Granary Square in King’s Cross. He has worked his way up via some of London’s best ad agencies such as BBH, Wunderman, and most recently he was Group Managing Director at adam&eveD
Katie is a senior creative and video reporter for The Drum, where she writes editorial as well as presenting and producing video content for the publication. In this episode she reveals what makes a great story when it comes to creative work, h
LIVE episode recorded at The Guardian: Serial creative entrepreneur Laura Jordan Bambach, known for cofounding creative agency Mr President, global women’s network SheSays, and other initiatives like CANNT Festival, spoke to Power Suit Social f
Bruce runs Twitter for the whole of Europe, the Middle East and Asia, as well as hosting the iTunes chart-topping podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat. Lauren interviews Bruce on what he’s learned in his time heading up Twitter, before that at YouTube
Kristabel has amassed over 270k followers on Pinterest, 20k on Instagram and is a fully-fledged blogger with over 9 years spent at the helm of I Want You To Know. Lauren interviews Kristabel on the taboo topic of money: how bloggers make a livi
Pip Jamieson is the Founder and CEO of The Dots, a networking platform for the creative industries she launched in 2014 which has over 300,000 users. In this episode, Lauren interviews her about how we will work in the future, the trend for fre
Copywriter Vikki Ross has over 20 years’ experience in writing for brands including Sky, The Body Shop and Hotels.com - and alongside that, she finds the time to run CopyCabana, #thingsyouhearinagencies, and teach future creatives at London Sch
Natalie left her role as MD of one of London’s biggest name advertising agencies to co-found a new breed of agency, Uncommon Creative Studio. Lauren interviews Natalie on her career history, the highs and lows of starting your own agency and wh
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