Episode 76: 25th July 2019

Damien Hirst, The Princes’ Trust and the new Investing In Women Code catch our eye this week along with Bruce Daisley’s Eat Sleep Work Repeat and the idea that flexible working could become the norm.

This week’s show is pre-recorded and starts with an update on what’s happening for entrepreneurs in Wrexham from Simon Plumpton of The Prince’s Trust. Simon reminds us about how the Trust has developed in recent years and encourages us to find out more about the ways in which they offer support.

Other news items this week include flexible working policies a possible end to printed text books and the new Investing In Women Code from Gov.uk which aims to increase the level of financial support made available to female entrepreneurs.

Heather gets over excited in the discovery section this week as serendipity takes her on a path of discovery around the work of Bruce Daisley, European VP of Twitter (@brucedaisley) which culminates in the Good Day At Work Conversation whilst Tracy is much more measured but equally enthusiastic about her book of the week Ignite Your Female Leadership by JB Owen which showcase the leadership style of some hugely successful women.

And finally, we take a look at artist, sculptor, businessman and brand icon Damien Hirst who is known for his quirky approach to art, his unusual take on life and his huge wealth derived from his craft.

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