365 Women

365 Days

365 Stories

365 Women

365 Days

365 Stories

Beginning on International Women’s Day 2019, SheCan365 will bring you a daily interview with an inspirational woman in business.

Told in exactly 365 words, each story will celebrate a female entrepreneur whose superpower is showing up every day – making the world a better place for it.

Emma’s story: Day 323

Emma Cank, Founder of The Imperfect Wood Company Making hand-made painted wooden signs using reclaimed wood and eco-friendly paints in support of three national charities  I am a mum of three and have been making and hand-painting wood signs since 2011 – originally...

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Suzannah’s story: Day 322

Suzannah Butcher, Founder of Calmpreneur Anxiety support for entrepreneurs and business owners I’ve had mental health problems throughout most of my life – having experienced a myriad of issues such as childhood trauma, infertility, homelessness, addiction and debt....

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Kam’s story: Day 321

Kam Parker, Director at K-Fitness & Nutrition Ltd A nutritional therapist offering holistic health and wellness coaching to busy professionals In 2017, I reached two significant milestones: turning 50 and calling time on a 20-year career in the corporate world of...

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Jenica’s story: Day 320

Jenica Leah, Founder of JLG Publishing Specialising in publishing books written by young authors and that inspire young readers At just six weeks old, I was diagnosed with a genetic condition called Sickle Cell Anemia (SCA). It affects haemoglobin in red blood cells –...

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Haylee’s story: Day 319

Haylee Benton, CEO of Pamper Pad & Founder of The Silver Fern Group Entrepreneur, investor and business mentor Having set out from my homeland of New Zealand to travel around the UK, I spotted an opportunity to get involved in marketing. I built the website for a...

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Sherene’s story: Day 318

Sherene Headley, Founder of MOKKAH A luxurious women's footwear brand catering to fashion-conscious women who wear extended sizes (UK 8-12) I always loved shoes as a child but as my feet got bigger, I struggled to express myself freely through fashion. I left school a...

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Ruth’s story: Day 317

Ruth Watchorn, Owner of The Little Cottage Gift Company An online boutique stocking an array of hand-picked vintage and antique items, as well as exclusive handmade pieces A lot is expected of women these days... I don’t have a partner and I can’t have children. For a...

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Georgina’s story: Day 316

Georgina Fihosy, Brand Owner at AfroTouch Design An Afrocentric brand that celebrates West African culture in a unique and colourful way through greetings cards and gift items I’m often asked how I manage to balance having a hectic full-time job; running a household...

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Dee’s story: Day 315

Dee Beckett, Director at Mosaic Business Growth Helping MDs to implement the right growth strategies to improve results and achieve goals via one-to-one business coaching I once had a hugely successful 25-year career in FTSE 100 companies in MD and sales director...

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Elif’s story: Day 314

Elif Köse, Owner of Elif Köse Boutique Offering a unique range of clothing and accessories, along with a bespoke dressmaking service for something extra-special  A young Turkish girl – speaking only a few words of English – arrives in Brighton with no more than a...

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Becky’s story: Day 313

Becky Harrison, Owner of Sew Versatile A York-based seamstressing service tackling anything that fits under the sewing machine - from bespoke garments to soft furnishings I started my sewing business in summer 2014 after hitting some pretty major life speed bumps....

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Tracy’s story: Day 312

Tracy Chapman, Owner of Yorkshire Wolds Photography and Glamping Offering a range of photography courses alongside a glamping site with four pods and four converted railway wagons as accommodation Surviving breast cancer 15 years ago gave me a different perspective on...

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Meet The Team

Editors-in-Chief

Michelle and Christian Ewen are seasoned storytellers whose interviewees range from music, film and TV stars to politicians and everyday heroes.

Michelle began writing true life stories for the national press aged 20. A decade later, she moved into PR – successfully enlisting Stephen Fry to back an award-winning NHS campaign challenging stigma.

Having helped hundreds of people to share their lived experience of mental health, Michelle then joined forces with her husband Christian (also a talented journalist, PR specialist and publisher) to create Write on Time Ltd. As both teachers and protectors, they gain valued recognition for their happy clients – building confidence and progressing their business journey.

From primetime Channel 4 shows to ITV’s ‘This Morning’, Michelle and Christian have placed their clients’ products and services on national TV and the radio, as well as in print and online media.

The duo’s ability to craft compelling stories makes them formidable award entry writers, who have a four in five success rate – achieving either a finalist placing or win.

Your Host

Helen Pritchard is a woman on a mission to make £1m in 365 days, but back in 2008 she was heavily in debt and a single mum of two who struggled with anxiety. LinkedIn became a lifeline – allowing her to network for free from home and grow a digital marketing agency which she then ran for 10 years.

Having identified her true passion while teaching individuals and businesses how to find leads on LinkedIn, she made the leap to close her agency and fully focus on helping others.

Only two years later, she now makes a six-figure turnover offering a flagship group training programme known as ‘LinkedIn Mastermind’; an online ‘LinkedIn Bootcamp’ course (dubbed the ‘Netflix’ of LinkedIn training); and a £99 offering for anyone who wants to get known for their ‘thing’.

With a 40,000-strong community of devotees, Helen’s latest venture is to create a ‘What Would Helen Do?’ membership group for those action-takers who are ready to not only go from A to B, but to skip a few steps and go straight to H!

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