I LIKE NETWORKING

I LIKE NETWORKING is the podcast inspired by our flagship networking program for women and non-binary people in the creative industries. Join us for conversations with inspiring experts from design, fashion, visual arts, theatre and beyond on how they designed their careers and how you can to. Expect candid conversations on diversity & inclusion, failure, job interviews and much more. For more information, visit ilikenetworking.uk

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 47m. Bisher sind 37 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 4 hours 42 minutes

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episode 18: How to hype yourself & brand yourself... but not compare yourself with Lucy Werner


Welcome to our bonus episode with Lucy Werner, the founder of The Wern, a boutique consultancy for publicity & design. 

She has 17-years of publicity experience both in-house and for some of London’s top agencies. In May 2021, she created HypeYourself.com an online DIY PR & brand platform for small businesses...


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 2021-08-06  40m
 
 

episode 17: F*ck Being Humble: a conversation with Stefanie Sword-Williams on all things self-promotion & side hustles.


Stefanie Sword-Williams is the founder and author of F*ck Being Humble. She set up the platform to encourage individuals to be unapologetically proud of their achievements and overcome the fear of self-promotion. Named as Forbes 30 Under 30 in Europe, she has delivered workshops for global brands including Unilever, Warner Music, Google, ASOS, Microsoft, The Guardian and for conferences such as Cannes Lions Festival and D&AD...


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 2021-06-18  48m
 
 

episode 16: Francesca Polo: Arts x Tech and changing paths


Our 2021 mentor Francesca Polo is a certified coach and also the co-founder of Vastari, the online service provider that connects museums, exhibition producers, venues, collectors, and suppliers for more efficient exhibition

As a coach, Francesca uses her background in strategy and operations within the startup world to help entrepreneurs and creatives structuring and automating their businesses to generate more resources and freedom...


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 2021-06-11  47m
 
 

episode 15: Michaela Gooden: The former professional football player turned stylist and agent, paving the way for women in sports


On today's podcast, we talk a lot about career pivots and carving your space against all odds.

Michaela Gooden is a former football player who has had the opportunity to take up a variety of roles in the football industry. From playing professionally to coaching, teaching and now working as an agent...


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 2021-06-04  39m
 
 

episode 14: Wells Fray-Smith: we need more women in the arts - behind and in front of gallery walls.


Wells Fray-Smith is Assistant Curator: Special Projects at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. 

Before that, she held similar positions Pace Gallery and the Barbican Art Gallery, as well as the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

She is responsible for the Max Mara Art Prize for Women at Whitechapel Gallery, where her projects include Helen Cammock: Che si puó fare, Sense Sound Sound Sense (2019) and The London Open 2021...


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 2021-05-28  52m
 
 

episode 13: malakaï sargeant: producing stories worth telling and carving your own path


malakaï is an artist and cultural producer from pre-gentrified Hackney. They like to create work that disrupts the performer/spectator relationship, dissecting subjects like queer intimacy, generational trauma, gentrification, environmental racism and Black Britishness.

Both as an artist and cultural producer, malakaï has created/presented work with the likes of Soho Theatre, SOAS, Serpentine Galleries, the Royal Exchange and the Royal Court...


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 2021-05-21  57m
 
 

episode 13: Isabel Foxen Duke: how to create an online business and how to not eat cake...really fast, standing up, when nobody's looking


TW: eating disorders, drug use. 

This is a very personal episode with Isabel Foxen Duke, the Creator of Stop Fighting Food®, a free online training program for those recovering from diet-binge cycling and/or "feeling crazy around food...


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 2021-05-14  1h2m
 
 

episode 11: Isabel Sachs, Creative Producer & I LIKE NETWORKING founder, interviewed by Isabella Coraça [REPLAY]


I LIKE NETWORKING is celebrating a birthday soon and so am I, so I thought it would be fitting to have this replay here so some of you who are new to our community can find out more about how it all started. 

The ups, the many many downs, and the good!

Isabel is the founder of I LIKE NETWORKING...


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 2021-05-07  49m
 
 

episode 10: Carrie Scott: from headlines to loosing jobs and finding your place in the (art) world.


This is SUCH a fun and honest conversation, an essential listen to anyone navigating the tricky paths of the art world. 

Carrie is one of our 2021 mentors and an amazing multifaceted professional. 

Carrie Scott is an American/English curator, art historian, TV presenter and art writer living in London. 

Over the past 16 years, she has worked with numerous galleries, businesses, collectors, and artists worldwide...


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 2021-04-30  49m
 
 

episode 9: Zoe Adjnonyoh will feed your soul.


‘a total joy from start to finish’  - Nigella Lawson

ZOE ADJONYOH is a writer, chef and food justice activist from South-East London. From Russia to Berlin and New York, Zoe has become a leading voice in championing the last frontier in Gastronomy - New African Cuisine. She is the founder of the pioneering contemporary West African Food business - Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen – which has been running its famous supper clubs and pop-up residencies for over ten years...


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 2021-04-23  53m