In this episode our host Alessia stepped to the other side of the microphone being interviewed about her journey to starting her company Laurel and Yew, with lots of reminiscing and a good dose of scholarly interest.
Presented by Richard Harris with Alessia Cesana. Edited by Alessia Cesana and Richard Harris. Music "Circles" by Greg Aktinson under CC license.
Alessia is the founder of Laurel and Yew, a history post-graduate student with the University of Edinburgh and a volunteer with Good Works as well as Girlguiding, the St Mildred's Church homeless drop-in in Croydon and the Ethical Brand Directory. She really loves gin and wine and wishes one day to get a sommelier qualification. She has a lifestyle blog with a Catholic twist at www.theblondpond.com.
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