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Ever wondered what it takes to start your own business or side hustle?




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Her Own Boss is a podcast and community created by recent graduates to help you find your inner entrepreneur.


Whether you want to be your own boss, launch a side hustle or are simply looking for some career advice - our episodes are perfect for you and your career development!

Check out our main episodes if you want to hear about inspirational female founders on their journey to starting a business.

Looking for actionable tips and tricks to kickstart your career? Our minisodes offer bitesize advice on how to start your own side hustle, build your confidence and get ahead in your own career.


Our latest PODCAST episodes

Representation, recognising intersectionality and revolutionising entrepreneurship

We're kicking off season 4 by speaking to Izzy Obeng, an entrepreneur, business coach and professional speaker. Izzy is the founder of Foundervine, which helps women and young people from underserved communities start businesses by connecting expert mentors and successful companies with ambitious young entrepreneurs.

Izzy shares her experiences working with underrepresented entrepreneurs, as well as some exciting stories about the people she has met on the way.

Check out our YouTube video, or click below to listen on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

how to cope with graduate uncertainty

Today we're speaking to Amari Korpal about a topic very close to our hearts, graduate uncertainty! Amari graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2019 and is the founder of The Graduate Diary, a blog and Instagram page dedicated to sharing the stories of recent grads.

In this episode, Amari talks about how she felt towards the end of university, and how she managed her uncertainty and stayed positive as a recent graduate.


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