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Comedians Elliot Steel and Michael Odewale love philosophy. However at school you’d have found them both in bottom set, and like most people from bottom set they now have a podcast. Each week they try to navigate being young men by applying theories from philosophy to their lives.Their personal dilemmas, quick wit and Btec education make for a hilarious podcast.
 
CVQO is an education charity, accredited by Edexcel, City & Guilds and the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), that provides life-changing opportunities to young people and adult volunteers to improve their prospects in education and work through internationally recognised vocational qualifications. CVQO delivers a range of qualifications and encourages learners from all backgrounds and abilities including those with learning difficulties, special educational needs or physical disa ...
 
Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and mild ADHD. All neurological barriers that individuals like myself have had to overcome. work out or cope with. After 7 schools, a BTEC and 1 University I stumbled upon a passion, that passion was business. I realised I am not alone, entrepreneurs the world over start their business journey for a handful of similar reasons! In this podcast I try to shed some light on the hurdles individuals need to overcome in both their business and personal lives, what sacrifices the ...
 
Welcome to We Are Newman - the podcast series from Cardinal Newman College! One of the top sixth form colleges nationally and a wonderful place to study, offering A-Level, BTEC and T-Level courses to school leavers across Lancashire. With outstanding teachers, facilities and results, we are the place of choice for students across Lancashire, and this podcast series allows you to get a deeper understanding of the college, it’s people and our courses.
 
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Talking about your health, self-care, and massage with Bonnie Rose Aherin, JACMT (Jing Advanced Clinical Massage Therapist). The Knotsology podcast is a conversational show from myself, Bonnie Rose Aherin. A forever student in life I am also currently working on my BTEC level 6 with the Jing Advanced Massage school in Brighton. I invite you to join me on the continual journey of learning and exploration of massage, self-care, and the healing arts. Along the way I am inviting my friends, many ...
 
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Mike is away but fear not as Northern Irelands very own Vittorio Angelone steps up as co host with Elliot as they set the world to rights, they talk perspective and Elliot asks Vittorio to explain the troubles. This was one of our best records to date and will most certainly get the podcast cancelled. Enjoy Follow us on social media @btecphilosophe…
 
The boys talk about masculinity and toxic femininity with masculine co producer Vittorio and they are on fire. This Ep is non stop laughs from start to finish as Elliot reveals too much about his life and comes under fire for being the son of a comedian. Mike actually remembers to promote some shows and has some big questions about what are red fla…
 
Elliot is back from galavanting around the alps. And ends up in a cheery conversation about death. While Mike can't work out which two cultural heavyweights who's spirit he wishes to have absorbed. Lots of laugh in this one and even dare I say. Some actual philosophy. Follow us on socials and share plus tag us in any posts. We love hearing from you…
 
After dropping out of school with no qualifications aged 16, Daniel Hegarty got signed to the same label as Boy George and went touring with his punk band for just £100 a week. He then spent the next ten years carving out a career as a working musician in LA, writing for and performing with the likes of S Club 7, Robbie Williams and the Sugababes, …
 
Growing up on a farm in rural Suffolk, sisters Alice and Rosie never pictured a career in the fashion industry. After they both headed off to uni, they both started working the corporate life in London, and when a jacket made by their mother got a hugely positive response at a wedding, they decided to start Hicks & Brown together. Whilst originally…
 
Producer Phoebe is away. And in her place the Btec boys welcome substitute Producer and fellow comedian Vittorio, who also happens to know more about Philosophy than Mike or Elliot. The boys debate when does loving yourself become selfish? Mike shows his lack of history of the troubles, and Elliot talks fast after having a Latte. it's your new favo…
 
After being diagnosed at 18 with an autoimmune disease, Molly Johnson-Jones was fired from her job in investment banking after requesting to work from home one day a week. Molly then met Maurice O’Brien on the dating app Hinge, and after five dates they decided to start a business together which would provide a platform for people like them who wan…
 
From an early age, Hannah Chappatte was surrounded by successful family members, but her initial confidence took a knock when her teachers told her she had dyslexia. Despite this, she went on the secure As and A*s across the board in her A-Levels, before spending a globe-hopping year working in intern roles in various companies around the world. Wh…
 
Serial entrepreneur Martin Bysh started his journey living in East London with a passion for programming games. Seeking amusement and enjoyment in everything Martin did he built 20 top 10 games before he was 30. Having never worked for anybody, Martin founded, grew and exited multiple online businesses before the online space was comodosited by the…
 
Jamie Barber is a prolific restaurateur and founder of the Hush Collection who started out as a lawyer and musician signed to George Michael’s record label. Myleene Klass started out in showbiz and in pop group Hear’Say, before turning her attention to the world of business when she founded her own children’s clothing brand, My K. After months of l…
 
Rory Sweet, Founder of Halo, who originally featured in Series 1 of Success Is In The Mind, has recently sold his business for a huge $715 million. Now, Rory returns to the podcast to discuss how he did it, and what’s next for him. In this slightly shorter episode of Success Is In The Mind, Oliver catches up with Rory to ask what it feels like to s…
 
Annabel Makin-Jones is a third generation Yorkshire farmer and Founder of Tame & Wild Drinks. Starting out at a young age helping out on her family farm, Annabel then went to Harper Adams to study Agri-Food Marketing with Business Studies, before returning to the farm to start growing strawberries and launch Annabel’s Deliciously British. After get…
 
Freddy Ward is the Co-Founder of Wild Cosmetics, a direct-to-consumer subscription based deodorant company, with a heavy focus on using natural ingredients and cutting down on plastic waste with refillable deodorants. Starting out as the fifth ever employee at Hello Fresh in 2012, Freddy worked his way up to Marketing Director before deciding to st…
 
Trigger warning: this weeks episode contains references to suicide. William Chase is a serial entrepreneur with over 40 years of experience running businesses. After a string of bad luck which resulted in him declaring bankruptcy and almost losing his family farm, William turned it all around when he began using rejected potatoes to create the huge…
 
Josh White, Co-founder of CanO Water, launched the brand after returning from a holiday in Thailand where they had been inspired to drive change after seeing the dire state of plastic bottles lining the beach and what started out as an eye-opening trip abroad became a mission to reduce single use plastic. Since launching in 2015, CanO Water has sol…
 
Entrepreneur Ellie Webb spotted a gap in the market when asked to be the designated driver. Ellie realised that there were no exciting alcohol-free options available at the venue, this got her thinking. Wanting a beverage with a little more punch, no alcohol but still grown-up, Caleño was born! As a solo female entrepreneur Ellie has come up agains…
 
After weathering the storm that was the rural crisis of the foot and mouth outbreak in 2001, the pandemic was no problem for Corry Taylor. The founder, CEO and MD of outdoor clothing re-seller, Bradshaw Taylor, oversees 9 iconic outdoor clothing brands including Schoffel, Le Chameu, Keen and Sherpa. In this podcast Corry joins Oliver to discuss how…
 
Son of Mark Constantine founder of Lush, Simon Constantine stepped into the world of fragrance and entrepreneurialism launching ånd fragrance months before the pandemic. In this Christmas episode, Oliver Bruce asks the big question; what even is Frankincense?! Going from one of the world’s favourite cosmetic brands to launching his own start-up, Si…
 
After burning out and quitting his job due to the poor selection of employee benefits when he needed support with his mental health, Ally Fekaiki founded Juno, the company reimagining how we access support from our employers. Conscious of the seemingly accepted notion that stress, and burnout are an endemic of work, Ally set out to improve employee…
 
Earlier in 2021 the co-founders of Thursday (the dating app) boldly announced to LinkedIn that over the next 12 months they would take their start-up from a valuation of £0 to some £50m; brave to say the least. Where do you even start? What started as a dating app called HoneyPot, founded in an Officers’ Mess whilst Matt was serving in the British …
 
How do you build what is fast becoming the nation's favourite nut butter brand? With a creative mind, dyslexia but no clear career plan, founder Pip Murray launched her business off the back of a Government Startup grant. With a love for marathons, nut butter and health, the three go hand in hand and Pip & Nut was born! Founder of Pip & Nut launche…
 
With aspirations of becoming a dinner lady, Cathy Moseley was born into a family with very little. Poverty however didn’t stop her, Cathy forged a career in the City trading commodities. Working her way up the corporate ladder Cathy eventually decided to pack her job of 25 years in and follow her passion for food... What began as a kitchen experime…
 
From a milkround to Cambridge University and now founder and CEO of one of Europe's largest energy providers, Greg Jackson of Octopus Energy knows a thing or two about disrupting a market. A 21st century energy provider, Octopus put innovation and sustainability at the forefront of everything they do to drive a faster, green and cheaper solution fo…
 
Closing Series 4 with a bang Oliver has hand-picked his favourite nuggets, or what he calls “the tapas of conversations” so you can recap and refresh! From making £1bn in a year to not paying the VAT. Oliver’s spoken with entrepreneurs long in the tooth and those just starting out. From S4Capital to MOMA Foods, UpTime to Tenzing, we’ve covered fail…
 
In this episode we go deep into the revolution that’s sweeping the world, that of the Oat Milk revolution. Founded in 2006 by Tom Mercer from a stall at Waterloo East and now, over a decade on, MOMA Foods has recently won a great taste award for it’s oat milk barista edition. Tom, whose market research strategy was nothing short of ingenious, disco…
 
Husband and wife duo Johnny and Pauline Paterson founded much loved brand Dr. PAWPAW in 2013 after their daughter was diagnosed with Eczema. Their main mission was to create multi-use products for use across everybody’s face and body. The brand which turnover c£5m tells Oliver how in business you can have a win-win situation, how they’re looking to…
 
From his parents having meetings around their breakfast table, Thomas Wynne was born into the world of Insurance. In 2020 the business his parents built (Kingsbridge Insurance) sold for an aggregated total £168m in total. In 2020, mid pandemic, Thomas Wynne decided it was a good idea to fly the nest and founded Capsule with his business partner Lia…
 
Famed for being labeled ‘England’s leading adman’, Johnny Hornby founder of The&Partnership spoke to Oliver about how he founded and runs the now global agency. With some 1,400 staff, working on some of the globe's biggest campaigns it wasn’t all jets, whisky and red carpets. Johnny, who struggled for the first 6 months to make any sales then forgo…
 
Former Scottish footballers Mark Corcoran and Steven Robb launched their clothing line Bee Inspired as a bedroom brand in 2013. From then their social presence has grown to have nearly 1 million followers on Facebook, and 250,000 on Instagram! With the likes of Lionel Messi and Craig David donning their streetwear designs, Oliver chats with the co-…
 
Serial entrepreneur Jamie True set up his first business at the age of 17 turning over circa £6 million! Over the past 20 years Jamie founded a further 8 successful businesses and invested in 4 before launching his latest venture Uptime in 2020. It’s clear Jamie has an entrepreneurial spirit in his blood and, despite the ups and downs, across his m…
 
Popcorneur, Co-Founder and Director of Joe & Sephs, Adam Sopher didn’t follow the normal route to the kitchen. With a background in corporate businesses such as Adam Smith, Company Law International, Deliotte and Dixons, founding a gourmet popcorn company was unconventional to say the least. But it was clearly a winning idea as now Joe & Sephs prod…
 
Ex-professional rugby player Elliott Herrod-Taylor’s career was cut short thanks to a spider’s bite! He founded his first business UP4 Events whilst at university thanks to his love of music and juggled this alongside his degree and starting The Bunch. As the designated bill payer in his university house Elliott dealt with the frustrations of setti…
 
The former Head of Marketing at Red Bull in Europe, Huib van Bockel quit his high-profile job to create a brand with purpose and an energising drink that was plant-based, low-calorie & sustainable. He shares how he got started, dealt with knock backs and his plans for the future! Over the past 20 years, Huib has worked in the fashion, television an…
 
Sir Martin Sorrell, famed for 'inventing the earn-out', taking over WPP and aggressively scaling the largest Ad Agency in the world talks to Oliver about his greatest successes and biggest regrets. Founding S4 Capital Group in 2018, Sir Martin grew a Unicorn (£1bn company) in under a year, he tells Oliver about his 'twenty squared' strategy and the…
 
On this episode of Knotsology we reflect on the Covid-19 Pandemic and look into the future with tips & tricks we have gained along the way. I also have our very first guest, Sandra Watson, a fellow BTEC student at Jing Advanced Massage School, on today’s show. Massage It Forward: https://giftofhope.bhf.org.uk/In-Memory/Massageitforward Guest - Alex…
 
Series 3 saw the winning of awards, international conversations, tonnes of bloopers and even more inspiration. Join Oliver as he looks back at some of the best (and worst) takes of the last series. With the inauguration of the new studio, the winning the Business Media Podcast of the Year award and an abundance of wisdom from fascinating guests, th…
 
As a founding team member and Head of Avatar SDK and API at Genies, Izzy Pollak is no stranger to the technology startup world. 💥 Branded as ‘the next generation of humans’ and allowing you to create the ‘fantasy version of you’, Genies avatar creator allows you to bring your personality to the digital space. With a background in film and televisio…
 
For our charity special podcast episode, Oliver Bruce chats to Julie Kent MBE about how she is a self-proclaimed go-giver 🥰 👏 “Always giving”, Julie is the Vice Chair at the Pied Piper Appeal, a Trustee for Goals Beyond Grass and Chairman for Cheltenham Open Door 🤯 Born and bred in Gloucester and now a pillar of the Gloucestershire charitable commu…
 
Oliver Bruce talks all things startup with Alizé Marchand, co-founder and CEO of Impresm; a marketing company specialising in helping the financial industry build solid online presence in order to engage with millennials and Gen Z in the digital age 💻 📱 Dialling in from Switzerland, Ali’s American charm began at odds with the culture she found hers…
 
Ann Perkins, co-founder and CEO of health snack brand Perkier, started out making healthy snack bars with co-founder Steve Turner in their kitchen to help with her gluten and dairy free diet. Jumping ship from global food brand Kraft Heinz to pursue her passion for not only tasty but ethical food, Ann saw the gap in the market and proceeded to laun…
 
From being handed the reins to a business turning over £700k in 1995 and growing it in 4 years to £2.5m turnover, SLG brands (as it's now known) currently boasts a turnover of some £32m+ with over 120 staff and are currently undergoing rapid expansion into the US. 🇺🇸 Oliver sits down with Miles Dunkley owner of SLG and an entrepreneur investor hims…
 
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