MOVE

MOVE

By Jamie Laing and Ed Williams

MOVE is brought to you by co-founders of Candy Kittens - Jamie Laing and Ed Williams. Each week the business partners will chat with inspiring entrepreneurs , athletes, artists, innovative thinkers and visionaries about the ups and downs, the hard work and the focus that has got them to where they are today.

Episodes

Why Woman's Tech is more important than ever: Elvie Founder Tania Boler - Part 2

When Tania became a mum, she realised that the market for women’s health technology was hugely underserved and this drove her to make the jump into entrepreneurship. Since Tania founded Elvie in 2013, the company has launched two products; Elvie Trainer and Elvie Pump, which have been game-changers in their categories and continue to transform the lives of women. In April this year, Elvie secured the largest funding round in FemTech history. This has enabled the company to grow to nearly 100 people, and open offices in four locations. Elvie continues to break taboos and encourage conversations around stigmatised issues in women’s health, leading Elvie to be recognised for Brave Brand of the Year 2019.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/2027m 15s

Why Woman's Tech is more important than ever: Elvie Founder Tania Boler - Part 1

When Tania became a mum, she realised that the market for women’s health technology was hugely underserved and this drove her to make the jump into entrepreneurship. Since Tania founded Elvie in 2013, the company has launched two products; Elvie Trainer and Elvie Pump, which have been game-changers in their categories and continue to transform the lives of women. In April this year, Elvie secured the largest funding round in FemTech history. This has enabled the company to grow to nearly 100 people, and open offices in four locations. Elvie continues to break taboos and encourage conversations around stigmatised issues in women’s health, leading Elvie to be recognised for Brave Brand of the Year 2019.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/2033m 45s

How the 2x Olympian Snowboarder visualised her success: Aimee Fuller - Part 2

The 2x Olympian Snowboarder Aimee Fuller would sit at her window the night before a race and visualise the course, visualise her destination and know exactly what she had to do to achieve the success she has today. Aimee is a one of a kind person who will stop at nothing, including completing a marathon in North Korea. She speaks about the importance of knowing your destination and how to have the edge over anyone.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/01/2022m 58s

How the 2x Olympian Snowboarder visualised her success: Aimee Fuller - Part 1

The 2x Olympian Snowboarder Aimee Fuller would sit at her window the night before a race and visualise the course, visualise her destination and know exactly what she had to do to achieve the success she has today.Aimee is a one of a kind person who will stop at nothing, including completing a marathon in North Korea. She speaks about the importance of knowing your destination and how to have the edge over anyone.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/01/2030m 50s

Add life to your days and not days to your life in 2020: Ben Fogle - Part 2

Author, speaker, TV presenter, businessman, adventurer and family man - Ben Fogle would seem to be the personification of confidence but still he had and has challenges which he faces in life from imposter syndrome to lacking confidence to trying and failing in different areas but one thing that Ben never let get in his way was fear. Whatever challenge has been in front of him he's tackled head on whether that's getting frostbite in the artic or contracting a rare skin disease. If 2020 is the year for you then make sure you "add life to your days and not days to your life".  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/01/2030m 42s

Add life to your days and not days to your life in 2020: Ben Fogle - Part 1

Author, speaker, TV presenter, businessman, adventurer and family man - Ben Fogle would seem to be the personification of confidence but still he had and has challenges which he faces in life from imposter syndrome to lacking confidence to trying and failing in different areas but one thing that Ben never let get in his way was fear. Whatever challenge has been in front of him he's tackled head on whether that's getting frostbite in the artic or contracting a rare skin disease. If 2020 is the year for you then make sure you "add life to your days and not days to your life".  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/01/2034m 18s

Yoga Teacher to Cannabis Drink Founder: Botanic Lab Founder Rebekah Hall - Part 2

Stereotypically we are told to follow a route that we know well, whatever that may be - follow logic, it's the right thing to do and the path you know well. Rebekah Hall went completely agains't this idea when she Founded Botanic Lab a beverage company that "do something" which also has the accolade of bringing the first Cannabis beverage drink to the market in Europe. She started the brand from scratch without any knowledge of consumer products or drugs for that matter but her passion, desire and willingness to never give up is the reason why her company is in the position it is today. Pretty good going from the Yoga teacher who wanted to be an American Footballer when she was 8. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/12/1930m 35s

Yoga Teacher to Cannabis Drink Founder: Botanic Lab Founder Rebekah Hall - Part 1

Stereotypically we are told to follow a route that we know well, whatever that may be - follow logic, it's the right thing to do and the path you know well. Rebekah Hall went completely agains't this idea when she Founded Botanic Lab a beverage company that "do something" which also has the accolade of bringing the first Cannabis beverage drink to the market in Europe. She started the brand from scratch without any knowledge of consumer products or drugs for that matter but her passion, desire and willingness to never give up is the reason why her company is in the position it is today. Pretty good going from the Yoga teacher who wanted to be an American Footballer when she was 8. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/12/1928m 14s

How meeting on Tinder became a multimillion pound date: Influencer Founder Ben Jeffries - Part 2

At 15 years old, Influencer Founder Ben Jeffries had already started his own business, he decided to leave University to start 'Influencer' and at 21 years old was Founder of one of the largest influencer marketing companies in the UK. Whether you like it or not the "influencer" market is rapidly growing with brands from all over the world looking at ways to connect with these individuals. Ben recognised this opportunity so jumped at it. Ben explains to us his story, his opinion on influencer marketing, imposter syndrome and how a match on Tinder led to the extraordinary growth of his company. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/1935m 6s

How meeting on Tinder became a multimillion pound date: Influencer Founder Ben Jeffries - Part 1

At 15 years old, Influencer Founder Ben Jeffries had already started his own business, he decided to leave University to start 'Influencer' and at 21 years old was Founder of one of the largest influencer marketing companies in the UK. Whether you like it or not the "influencer" market is rapidly growing with brands from all over the world looking at ways to connect with these individuals. Ben recognised this opportunity so jumped at it. Ben explains to us his story, his opinion on influencer marketing, imposter syndrome and how a match on Tinder led to the extraordinary growth of his company. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/1932m 4s

The female Founder who's shaking up the co-working world: Huckletree Founder Gabriela Hersham - Part 1

The news of WeWork's decline has been prominent in the media recently but this doesn't trouble Gabriela's vision of what Huckletree can and will become, a co-working space spread across Europe with the aim to bring original minds together by sector and scale, to be brave and lead industry change. As a female and a mum, Gabriela faced backlash when launching but despite that pushed through the negativity and is on the way to achieving something quite incredible - Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/12/1925m 43s

The female Founder who's shaking up the co-working world: Huckletree Founder Gabriela Hersham - Part 2

The news of WeWork's decline has been prominent in the media recently but this doesn't trouble Gabriela's vision of what Huckletree can and will become, a co-working space spread across Europe with the aim to bring original minds together by sector and scale, to be brave and lead industry change. As a female and a mum, Gabriela faced backlash when launching but despite that pushed through the negativity and is on the way to achieving something quite incredible - Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/12/1920m 20s

Challenging the medical world: Waldo Founder Ashleigh Hinde - Part 1

Ashleigh Hinde moved all over the world studying, believing that she had to work with the very best people to gain the best experience and applies that method when hiring for her company Waldo - a contact lenses subscription business. Ashleigh believes in being authentic, challenging the giants in the market and has the aim to "give the highest quality contacts without the hassle or the price tag". Amongst other things, this episode will help you understand what it takes to create a subscription based company, a method which many are trying to replicate today - Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/12/1933m 46s

Challenging the medical world: Waldo Founder Ashleigh Hinde - Part 2

Ashleigh Hinde moved all over the world studying, believing that she had to work with the very best people to gain the best experience and applies that method when hiring for her company Waldo - a contact lenses subscription business. Ashleigh believes in being authentic, challenging the giants in the market and has the aim to "give the highest quality contacts without the hassle or the price tag". Amongst other things, this episode will help you understand what it takes to create a subscription based company, a method which many are trying to replicate today - Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/12/1929m 16s

Forget the noise and listen to your gut: Presenter Laura Jackson - Part 2

Laura Jackson grew up being told that she wasn't going to achieve anything, so from an early age she new she had to stand out from the crowd. She pursued a career in media and unlike most of the TV stars we see today she didn't achieve overnight success but her passion, determination got her to where she is today hosting and appearing on a vast number of shows such as Take me out: The gossip for ITV, The Brits to Saturday night prime time show Ready or Not for the BBC. Laura Founded Jackson&Levive with her friend Alice 6 years ago after meeting at a charity jumble sale. Jackson&Levine was the first of its kind, a unique supper club that brought all different walks of life together around one dining table. It was a way for people to connect and interact without any ego. Jackson&Levine have had two sell out collections with high street store habitat, a best selling cookbook and worked as ambassadors big brands including Nespresso and The global almond board. Laura is a true believer in staying positive even if the odds are agains't you. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/11/1923m 16s

Forget the noise and listen to your gut: Presenter Laura Jackson - Part 1

Laura Jackson grew up being told that she wasn't going to achieve anything, so from an early age she new she had to stand out from the crowd. She pursued a career in media and unlike most of the TV stars we see today she didn't achieve overnight success but her passion, determination got her to where she is today hosting and appearing on a vast number of shows such as Take me out: The gossip for ITV, The Brits to Saturday night prime time show Ready or Not for the BBC. Laura Founded Jackson&Levive with her friend Alice 6 years ago after meeting at a charity jumble sale. Jackson&Levine was the first of its kind, a unique supper club that brought all different walks of life together around one dining table. It was a way for people to connect and interact without any ego. Jackson&Levine have had two sell out collections with high street store habitat, a best selling cookbook and worked as ambassadors big brands including Nespresso and The global almond board. Laura is a true believer in staying positive even if the odds are agains't you. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/11/1925m 36s

Happiness in the work place is the key to a successful business: Lord Mark Price - Part 1

According to reports: 13% of Americans like their jobs, 65% are what we call sleep working i.e just doing their jobs and 22% dislike their jobs and have a negative impact on the business. Not only that more people would like to be validated for their work then to receive a pay rise. Lord Mark Price, former Managing Director of Waitrose, former Deputy Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership, Chairman of Fair Trade UK writer, member of the House of Lords and Founder of Engaging Works talks us through why HAPPINESS is the fundamental principle to a successful business and why creating a HAPPY culture in the work place creates better results. Get ready to be Inspired.Instagram:MOVE - https://www.instagram.com/moveclub/?hl=enJamie Laing - https://www.instagram.com/jamielaing/?hl=enEd Williams - https://www.instagram.com/edward_williams/?hl=enEmail:jamie@moveclub.co.uk  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/1931m 46s

Happiness in the work place is the key to a successful business: Lord Mark Price - Part 2

According to reports: 13% of Americans like their jobs, 65% are what we call sleep working i.e just doing their jobs and 22% dislike their jobs and have a negative impact on the business. Not only that more people would like to be validated for their work then to receive a pay rise. Lord Mark Price, former Managing Director of Waitrose, former Deputy Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership, Chairman of Fair Trade UK writer, member of the House of Lords and Founder of Engaging Works talks us through why HAPPINESS is the fundamental principle to a successful business and why creating a HAPPY culture in the work place creates better results. Get ready to be Inspired. Instagram:MOVE - https://www.instagram.com/moveclub/?hl=enJamie Laing - https://www.instagram.com/jamielaing/?hl=enEd Williams - https://www.instagram.com/edward_williams/?hl=enEmail:jamie@moveclub.co.uk  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/1938m 13s

How to become the Queen of the app world: Peanut Founder Michelle Kennedy - Part 2

Michelle Kennedy grew up in Peterborough, was a qualified Lawyer before she fell into the world of online dating and apps. Starting as the in-house lawyer at Badoo, which had over 50 million users, she then moved onto the board of Bumble until starting her new app Peanut - an app which helps Mum's connect and learn from like-minded women. Michelle truly believes that accepting yourself is the key to success, it doesn't matter who you are - when it comes to your idea tell people about it and make sure you hire people better than yourself!! Get ready to be inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1930m 0s

How to become the Queen of the app world: Peanut Founder Michelle Kennedy - Part 1

Michelle Kennedy grew up in Peterborough, was a qualified Lawyer before she fell into the world of online dating and apps. Starting as the in-house lawyer at Badoo, which had over 50 million users, she then moved onto the board of Bumble until starting her new app Peanut - an app which helps Mum's connect and learn from like-minded women. Michelle truly believes that accepting yourself is the key to success, it doesn't matter who you are - when it comes to your idea tell people about it and make sure you hire people better than yourself!! Get ready to be inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1931m 8s

The "unemployable man": Patty & Bun Founder Joe Grossmam - Part 2

Charismatic, quirky, hyperactive restauranteur Joe Grossman didn't really know where his life was going to lead as he believed he was totally "unemployable". The frequent rejections, his love for food and the fact he knew what he didn't want to do pushed him to start his own burger restaurant Patty & Bun. Now over 10 sites and concessions combined, Joe continues to push boundaries and believes there is no substitute for quality. If you're in the food game, if you're thinking about it or just plain interested this podcast is for you - Get ready to be inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/11/1927m 47s

The "unemployable man": Patty & Bun Founder Joe Grossmam - Part 1

Charismatic, quirky, hyperactive restauranteur Joe Grossman didn't really know where his life was going to lead as he believed he was totally "unemployable". The frequent rejections, his love for food and the fact he knew what he didn't want to do pushed him to start his own burger restaurant Patty & Bun. Now over 10 sites and concessions combined, Joe continues to push boundaries and believes there is no substitute for quality. If you're in the food game, if you're thinking about it or just plain interested this podcast is for you - Get ready to be inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/11/1930m 7s

How to get it done even from your dorm room: Suitcase Magazine Founder Serena Guen - Part 2

Serena Guen founded Suitcase Magazine, a multimedia travel magazine from her dorm room in New York in 2012 and believes that you should launch your business in the simplest form while teaching us how to go out there and GET IT DONE. She's gone on to receive many accolades such as '25 under 25 most influential Londoners' for The Evening Standard and '30 Under 30' by Forbes. Serena has also co-founded #cookforsyria an aid for UNICEF that uses food to connect people to the Syrian crises and raise funds for children in the area - she has raised over £750,000 for UNICEF to date. What has this women not done? Get ready to be INSPIRED.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/10/1924m 2s

How to get it done even from your dorm room: Suitcase Magazine Founder Serena Guen - Part 1

Serena Guen founded Suitcase Magazine, a multimedia travel magazine in her dorm room in New York in 2012 and believes that you should launch your business in the simplest form while teaching us how to go out there and GET IT DONE. She's gone on to receive many accolades such as '25 under 25 most influential Londoners' for The Evening Standard and '30 Under 30' by Forbes. Serena has also co-founded #cookforsyria an aid for UNICEF that uses food to connect people to the Syrian crises and raise funds for children in the area - she has raised over £750,000 for UNICEF to date. What has this women not done? Get ready to be INSPIRED.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/10/1932m 6s

Authenticity is the route to success: House of Holland Founder Henry Holland - Part 1

Growing up in Manchester Henry Holland always wanted to be in Fashion and pursued his dream by attending The London College of Printing. In this episode of MOVE Henry describes the ins the outs, the ups and the downs of the fashion industry and above anything staying true and authentic to yourself is the key to success.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/10/1931m 42s

Authenticity is the route to success: House of Holland Founder Henry Holland - Part 2

Growing up in Manchester Henry Holland always wanted to be in Fashion and pursued his dream by attending The London College of Printing. In this episode of MOVE Henry describes the ins the outs, the ups and the downs of the fashion industry and above anything staying true and authentic to yourself is the key to success.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/10/1926m 47s

How to overcome all the odds: Joe Malone CBE - Part 1

When we hear stories of defying the odds Jo Malone CBE, Founder & Creative Director of Jo Loves is the person that springs to mind. Growing up in a council house in Bexleyheath, she had severe dyslexia, left school with no qualifications but through hard work and determination she is the house hold name that we know today. Jo's life is full of many highs and lows including overcoming an aggressive form of breast cancer but teaches us that you can overcome anything if you really put your mind to it. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/10/1927m 28s

How to overcome all the odds: Joe Malone CBE - Part 2

When we hear stories of defying the odds Jo Malone CBE, Founder & Creative Director of Jo Loves is the person that springs to mind. Growing up in a council house in Bexleyheath, she had severe dyslexia, left school with no qualifications but through hard work and determination she is the house hold name that we know today. Jo's life is full of many highs and lows including overcoming an aggressive form of breast cancer but teaches us that you can overcome anything if you really put your mind to it. Get ready to be Inspired.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/10/1927m 39s

MOVE: Launching October 14th - Get ready to be inspired

MOVE - Motivation, Opportunity, Vision, Entrepreneurship. A new show brought to you by co-founders of Candy Kittens - Jamie Laing and Ed Williams - who chat to people who have achieved incredible things and how they got there! So if you like the sound of this show please remember to subscribe, tell your friends, follow us @moveclub so you don't miss out on anything and get ready to be INSPIRED.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/09/196m 37s
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