Get A 'Proper' Job episode #4 - Women in Creative Business

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Posted by: Creative Cardiff

Date: 6 March 2020

For creative workers who care about the issues that matter, Get A ‘Proper’ Job is a podcast that discusses, debates and showcases the highs and lows of working in a creative job or organisation. We’re bringing together industry experts to share new knowledge.

In episode four of Get A 'Proper' Job, we hear from Gemma Collins - Business Growth Enabler at NatWest - about The Rose Review on Female Entrepreneurship.

We then discuss the report with Andrea Callanan, founder of Inspire Me and international best selling business author.

Andrea said: "I have loved being self-employed, and for a long time I couldn’t use the word entrepreneur. When I started owning the entrepreneurship I think it was because I had built something that was really concrete so I had three small lifestyle businesses: I was a a music industry voice coach, I had a record label - first female-owned record label in Wales - and I also managed bands as well. Then I had Sing and Inspire which became Inspire Me alongside the coaching and the coaching has developed so it has all been quite organic.”

Listen to the full episode:


You can read more about the Rose Review, which was launched on International Women's Day in 2019, here.

Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community.

Listen to other Get A 'Proper' Job episodes:

#1: The Rise of the Influencers

#2. No Funny Business

#3. Creativity and Wellbeing