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Jeff Tidwell

What do you do when you notice you are no longer the youngest guy in the room? The answer for Jeff Tidwell, the founder of Next For Me, is start a new business, build a community and start conversations.


Mark Cranwell

Courage to try and the courage to take chances. If you want to make a change or try something new, it couldn’t be more important. We talk to Mark Cranwell, MD Block9 who has spent his career saying yes.


Jenny Dyson

Creative director at Pencil Agency and founder of Goddess Charms Jenny Dyson thinks we shouldn’t be afraid to to put our hand up and say I am struggling; you might just find you are not alone.


Coffee with Justine Campbell

Justine Campbell, Managing Partner for Talent at EY highlights the danger of women in their 50s becoming invisible but ultimately feels hopeful that employers are beginning to see the power of experience.


Coffee with Neil Gibson

If you take a risk and it pays off it, every day you get to do something you love. That was the thinking that led Neil Gibson from management consultancy to graphic novel publishing.


Coffee with Fleur Emery

Think you are unemployable in mainstream work environments? Fleur Emery, start-up expert and columnist at Courier Magazine did and this realisation and her desire to keep her life simple was life-changing.