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The Mac Twins: founders of The Gut Stuff

West London Living interviews The Mac Twins, Virgin Radio Presenters & founders of The Gut Stuff

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Hi Lisa and Alana, you’re better known as The Mac Twins, Virgin Radio presenters and DJs whose list of credits are too long for me to do justice to! What have been your career highlights so far?

Lisa: Last year … Read more →

Dr Adanna Steinacker, co-founder of The Adanna & David Family Youtube & Instagram Channels

We chatted to Dr Adanna Steinacker about building The Adanna & David Family Youtube Channel, practicing gratitude and the importance of education

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Hi Adanna, you’re well known for your Youtube channel, The Adanna David Family. What was your journey to starting the channel and did you always intend for it to grow in the way that it has?

Our journey started in … Read more →

Howard Silver, founder of The Bridge

We chatted to Howard Silver about addiction, recovery and his journey to founding The Bridge recovery centre

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You’re the co-founder of The Bridge, a luxury recovery centre in Marbella. How did the idea come about and what was its journey from then on?

The idea came about from my own personal experience when I left a rehab Read more →

Queila Doyle, CEO and founder of My Beauty Squad

We caught up with Queila Doyle, founder of My Beauty Squad

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Hi Queila, you’re the founder of My Beauty Squad, can you tell us a bit about what makes it different from other salons?

My Beauty Squad is a mobile beauty app where stylists can go to your location offering an … Read more →

Dr Pauline Hill founder of Nourish London

Jasmine Pradhan interviews Dr Pauline Hill, founder of Nourish London

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Jasmine Pradhan interviews Dr Pauline Hill founder of Nourish London

Hi Pauline, you’re the founder of Nourish London, an award-winning certified organic, vegan and cruelty-free skincare brand made in Battersea, South West London. Can you tell us a bit about

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Henrietta Lovell of Rare Tea Company

Jasmine Pradhan interviews Henrietta Lovell, founder of the Rare Tea Company, who needs your help in supporting tea growers in rural Nepal

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Jasmine Pradhan interviews Henrietta Lovell (aka The Tea Lady) about her drive to support tea producers in the Himalayas in the wake of COVID-19…

Hi Henrietta, you’re the founder of The Rare Tea Company, can you tell us a bit

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