Exciting conversations with industry thought-leaders
The Girls in Marketing Podcast
Looking to get up close and personal? We interview talented thought-leaders in the marketing space so you have an entire pool of advice on tap.
From mental health and freelancing to becoming a CEO, no topic is off limits! Our podcast is a one-stop-shop for all things marketing and it’s the perfect backing track to a busy day on your laptop.
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New episodes every Wednesday!
Working in Paid Search with Anu Adegbola
Amy is joined by Anu Adegbola, Paid Search Account Director at Marin Software. In 2021, Anu was named in the Top 25 Influential PPCers, she's also the podcast host of PPC Chat Roundup as well as a speaker and founder of PPC Live UK. After 12+ years of working in paid search, Anu has stacked up a ton of knowledge that she shares during this episode. In particular, Anu talks about her love of giving back to the PPC community, the reality of being a company director, and how to deal with difficult clients. If you're a paid search fan and want to learn more about Anu's journey then this is the episode for you!Listen Now
Snack Ep #01: Started From The Bottom, Now We're Here
Welcome to our BRAND NEW Snack Episodes of the Girls in Marketing podcast. We've finally decided to expose our team chats and office debates for the world to hear – and we want you to get involved! So grab a snack and listen to our 100% unedited and unfiltered opinions on marketing, social media, personal branding and more.Listen Now
Thinking Outside The Box with Nathan Bickerton
Olivia is joined by Nathan Bickerton, a full-stack creative marketer who works at Rise at Seven and has previously interned with Steven Bartlett. Nathan talks about how he comes up with creative campaigns, tips and tricks for thinking outside the box as well as his crazy journey working for one of the biggest names in marketing. Within the episode, Nathan also talks of his mental health struggles and how he now deals with mental health in a workplace setting. If you’re someone who wants to get more creative and start thinking outside the box, this episode is definitely worth a listen.Listen Now
Episode 20 - Sponsored by Adobe Express
Mastering the Art of TikTok with Jazveena Sahota
Olivia is joined by Jazveena Sahota, Content and Social Manager at Slate Teams and TikTok Sensation with over 100,000 followers. Jaz chats all about her journey to 100K on the viral platform, the unfiltered world of TikTok content, and how you can start creating a sustainable TikTok strategy. Mastering the art of TikTok is something many marketers and business owners want to do in the current social media landscape, so if you’re interested in boosting your video content, be sure to give this episode a listen.Listen Now
Episode 19 - Sponsored by Adobe Express
Making Your PPC Campaign Click with Chloe Wong
Olivia is joined by Chloe Wong, Group Paid Search Manager at easyJet and easyJet Holidays. Chloe chats about setting up PPC campaigns, improving conversions for paid search, and how you can get started with a career in the industry. This episode focuses on paid search, the role it plays in our wider marketing industry, and what we can do to create the best PPC campaigns. With 8+ years of experience in the paid search space, Chloe's knowledge and insights into the industry are invaluable. Throughout this discussion, Chloe talks all about her journey and gives practical examples of how you can improve your paid search knowledge.Listen Now
Navigating Data and Insights in Marketing with Thierry Ngutegure
Olivia is joined by Thierry Ngutegure, Head of Insights at Journey Further. Thierry chats all about how data should be more creatively linked with storytelling in marketing, the impact of insights on marketing campaigns, and how to manage/use insights. This episode also touches on mental health as a young black man, the realities of suffering from imposter syndrome as a professional in the industry as well as thoughts on what public campaigns are doing to aid young black people to talk more openly about their mental health, especially within a workplace/professional setting. Thierry’s way of speaking creatively about using data is such a fresh take on everything we previously may have perceived about data in marketing.Listen Now
Building a Career in SEO with Rejoice Ojiaku
Olivia is joined by Rejoice Ojiaku, SEO Manager and Co-Founder of B-DigitalUK. Rejoice chats all about how she’s built a successful career in the SEO industry as well as giving tips and tricks for newbie SEO professionals. From running a community focused on giving opportunities to young black marketing talent, to running campaigns for multi-million-pound companies, Rejoice is an industry expert who has a lot of unique and interesting perspectives discussed throughout the episode.
If you’re someone who wants to learn more about building a career in the SEO and ASO industries, this is an episode for you. Equally, diversity and inclusion is a running theme of the podcast so it’s a great listen for anyone wanting to learn more about this.Listen Now
Setting Boundaries as a Freelancer with Fiona Bradley
Olivia is joined by Fiona Bradley, Founder of FB Comms. Fiona discusses her transition from successful freelancer to agency owner as well as maintaining and setting boundaries with clients. From self-entering into globally-recognised awards to outsourcing projects, Fiona spills the tea on everything you need to know about being the best freelancer you can. Anyone interested in freelance marketing, or just curious about Fiona's journey so far should definitely give this a listen.Listen Now
Episode 15 - Sponsored by Crunch and Kickresume
Beauty Marketing That Doesn't Blend In with Molly Hadfield
Olivia is joined by Molly Hadfield, Head of Social Media and Influencers at Tatti Lashes. Molly discusses how she secured her role at Tatti Lashes and why she chose to take the apprenticeship career route into marketing, instead of studying at University. From securing the perfect influencers to keeping up to date with the latest social trends, Molly shares why Tatti Lashes uses social media to keep ahead of their game in the beauty industry. Beauty lovers, you'll want to give this episode a listen.
Episode 14 - Sponsored by Crunch and Kickresume
Underpin Your Marketing Strategy with Tami Abonga
Olivia is joined by Tami Abonga, Pinterest Manager at Fresh Pin Studio. Tami discusses her role as Pinterest Manager, telling us what her role actually entails. She shares the latest Pinterest marketing tips, including how to keep up with new updates and how to integrate Pinterest within your marketing strategy. Tami also spills the marketing tea on how many businesses are sleeping on the opportunity to use Pinterest to drive traffic. You won't want to miss this one.
Episode 13 - Sponsored by Crunch and Kickresume
Being a Successful Leader with Viv Paxinos
Olivia is joined by Viv Paxinos, General Manager of UNiDAYS. Viv discusses her extensive experience in the marketing industry, including working for Unidays, BBC, and Discovery. Since becoming a General Manager for UNiDAYS in 2019, she has worked on a huge scope of projects, including working with well-known brands such as Nike and Nikon. Viv also shares her experience with networking and explains why she still values networking today.
Episode 12 - Sponsored by Crunch and Kickresume
Pitching, Writing and Blogging with Fiona Thomas
Olivia is joined by Fiona Thomas, freelance writer and author of the Amazon #1 bestselling book, Out of Office, a no-nonsense guide to freelancing. In the past, Fiona has written hundreds of mental health articles for publications such as Reader’s Digest, Grazia, and Metro. In this episode, we chat about how to pitch to journalists as a freelance writer, the benefits of starting a blog, and celebrating yourself.
Episode 11 - Sponsored by Crunch and Kickresume
Freelancing Your Way Through Life with Jess Bruno
Olivia is joined by Jess Bruno, a freelance Content Marketer and Copywriter. For the last 10 years she’s been managing accounts for creative individuals and brands. She credits her success to social media marketing and she’s all about empowering her clients, one post at a time. In this episode, we chat about the progression into being your own boss, knowing when to give yourself a break and how to see social media as a tool rather than an extension of yourself.Listen Now
Climbing the Career Ladder with Karina Scott
Olivia is joined by Karina Scott, Founder of Girl About Social and Social Media Manager. Before starting her own agency during the 2020 pandemic, Karina worked her way up from Intern to Marketing Manager. After 7+ years in the corporate marketing industry, Karina sat down (after losing her job) and contemplated what she REALLY wanted out of her career. In this episode, we chat about climbing the career ladder, starting a business, and doing what you love.
Rising to CEO with Carrie Rose
Olivia is joined by Carrie Rose, Co-founder and CEO of Rise at Seven. Carrie is an absolute marketing and PR powerhouse with a world-class agency team that is growing every day. Now with over 70 members of staff, Rise at Seven is one of the most sought-after agencies in the UK (and the world!). But what does it take to run such a successful business and who actually IS Carrie Rose? In this episode, we chat about getting hate online, the controversy of creative CV's and rising to become a world-leading CEO.
From Bio-Med Grad to Creative Agency Founder with Francesca Kuhanuka
Olivia and Martha are joined by Francesca Kuhanuka, Founder of Vero Creative Agency. Francesca set up Vero during the Coronavirus pandemic after discovering her true purpose of going down her own path. Bio-med graduate turned marketing and creative whizz, Francesca has since worked with a number of clients from across the globe. The girls talk about transitioning careers from the corporate world, the rise of video content, and running a creative marketing agency.
Creating Your Own Opportunities with Lauren Evans
Olivia and Martha are joined by Lauren Evans, a positivity queen with a love for Disney and the marketing industry. Lauren is the Marketing and Community Engagement Coordinator at Girls in Marketing as well as a Marketing Executive for a small UK-based digital agency. Lauren talks about blogging, volunteering and how she landed 2 marketing jobs in 2021. The girls talk about creating your own opportunities to help you stand out when applying for roles and provide actionable tips and tricks to help you on your way to becoming the ultimate marketing boss.
So You Want to Work in Fashion Marketing? with Shannon Jennings
Olivia and Martha are joined by Shannon Jennings who is Influencer, Social Media and Content Marketing Lead for The VERY Group. Shannon talks about her experience setting up her side project: The CLCK and gives actionable tips and tricks for all those looking to start their fashion marketing journey. The girls talk about creating a clear career vision and aligning your day-to-day work with it as well as the competitive world of fashion.
Perfecting Your Personal Brand with Claudia Cardinali
Olivia and Martha are joined by Claudia Cardinali who currently helps to build some of the UK’s biggest CEO’s and Founders into industry-leading influential figures on LinkedIn at Great Influence, to discuss all things personal branding. Claudia talks about how you can create your own personal brand through honing in on your passions and emphasises the importance of forgetting what people say to overcome the fear of showing up online.
The Ins and Outs of Influencer Marketing with Hester Bates
Olivia and Martha are joined by Hester Bates, Marketing Director of Influencer, to discuss the role of influencers in modern business and marketing strategies as well as the influencer marketing world. Interested in pursuing a career in influencer marketing or working with influencers in your day-job? Hester spills all the influencer marketing secrets and gives her top tips for success.
Digital Marketing Trends for 2021 and Where We've Been
We're FINALLY back and bigger than ever before. Since the Girls in Marketing Podcast took a back seat throughout last year after launching, we wanted to come back with a BANG. The podcast is now co-hosted with Founder, Olivia, and one of the Girls in Marketing team, Martha, who will be joined every episode by a guest speaker with an industry/niche focus. We're so excited to finally be back again and hope you enjoy our relaunch episode.
Digital Marketing and Coronavirus: The Impact COVID-19 Is Having on the Digital World
From how to gain marketing experience during lockdown, to the way that tech giants are adapting to the new 'digital' way of life; Olivia, Suzie, and Emma chat about how COVID-19 has impacted them and those around them in the industry as well as talk about what's been going on in the marketing world including how certain businesses have adapted their digital marketing strategy to work during Coronavirus.