Calling All Girls

March is officially the month for women. We have International Women’s Day, Mother’s Day; in fact the whole month is Women’s History Month. Girl Power. I love us. We continue to break barriers and prove time and time again that…

How to Resign Respectfully

Have you gotten the most you can out of your graduate role? Is now the time to move on to greener pastures with a new role in a new company? If so, it’s essential that you leave your existing role…

Top four mistakes grads are making in the job hunt

Entering the workforce can be a daunting task. Between the interviews, CV submissions and references, it’s a whole new world that can take some getting used to. Start your job search on the right foot by learning from the mistakes…

This is how to secure your job in Finance, and work in Africa

African economies are growing at a faster rate compared to the West, and many of the continents leading banks are focused on expanding internationally. They are also looking for the most ambitious, talented and entrepreneurial people from around the world…

Can we call out the Prime Minister…? Again: Brexit Breakdown

Following Grime superstar Stormzy’s ast week performance at the Brits and his name-drop of Prime Minister Theresa May; the unwanted attention on Downing St. made me think about other alarming actions and decisions that May has executed (or hasn’t, in…

Business Tips: Dynamics & Mechanics

I was invited to speak at @Socialworkbridges networking event last month. I got the chance to share business tips to a crowd of social entrepreneurs; I decided to touch on the dynamics and mechanics that every operating business should have…

Genevieve: Venture Capital, but Blockchain.

Small businesses across the world face the same problem – accessing funding. With banks reluctant to lend, and when they do interest rates are crippling, finding the capital to get business ideas of the ground represents the greatest obstacle to…

Secure the Bag II: Budgeting with Yolt

After a near 9 month hiatus from posting blogs, I am back with another post within a 2 week span. Just like London buses, you wait forever for one then you get two at once. Continuing in the spirit of…

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