We talk to former Super League netballer and entrepreneur, Steph Essex, about launching a business mid-pandemic, experiencing imposter syndrome, being bold and proactive and always remembering to champion yourself.
We talk to Sophie Elsworthy about how her passion for sport led her to take a leap of faith and set up her own successful business, the constant challenges of balancing work and family, and the feeling of responsibility to be a positive role model for her daughters.
Entrepreneur and The founder of Her Sport, Niamh Tallon, tells us why it’s important to put yourself out there, surround yourself with the right team, not be afraid to ask questions, and why we should always remember to look at the bigger picture.
A versatile, business focused lawyer with extensive experience in media, IP, technology and data protection, at General Counsel level, Jane Clemetson is, as her profile states, not afraid of telling it like it is.
On International Women's Day we speak to Sarah Butler, Director of Global PR at Stats Perform, the SportsTech leader in data and AI technology. Alongside her current role at Stats Perform as Director of Global PR, Sarah is the founder of Sport Business Connected, a company created to support women working within the sports business industry, which includes the Women in Sports Business Speaker Series.
Esther Huijsmans is on a mission to get more women in leadership positions in the sports industry. A Mentor for women in sports, she is an experienced sports & events professional and is founder of KICK-ES & KICK-ES Academy.
"Don’t be afraid to be ambitious but always be humble and take advice. Sport is the most amazing workplace and if you are passionate and work hard you deserve to be there irrespective of your gender." Q&A with Sharon Fuller
When Emily Jaenson earned the job as General Manager of the Triple-A Reno Aces, she became the first woman to do so in nearly 20 years. She speaks to SBC about her life in the industry and why she is still learning...Every. Single. Day!