Q&A: Jack Emsden – Poet

By Benjamin-Harry Gladwin Jack Emsden is a poet based in South East London, he recently independently released his first collection of poems called ‘Remember that feeling, I sold it’ after placing first with his team at the 2017 UniSlam performance poetry competition. He is also due to perform at the Royal Albert Hall next year…

Interview: Jarrod Burke – Business Owner

By Benjamin-Harry Gladwin Jarrod Burke, 21, owns his own American food business called “Randell’s” with two stores in the Midlands. One in Market Harborough and the other in Kettering. He’s doing a lot better than some people who are twice his age but you wouldn’t know to meet him. “There are already a few stores…

Art Trails – An Outlet For Amateur Artists

By Jaspreet Kulair Starting a business is daunting enough even if you are fully qualified and have thought of every possible outcome. Being an entrepreneur comes with a multitude of unanswered questions- Will I be successful? Is my business venture financially viable? This and many other options have to be considered when starting a business,…

Running a Family Business

By Jaspreet Kulair “If my parents can travel from India not knowing a word of english and still set up their very own business anyone can” – Karamjot Singh a student from Thames-mead at the age of 20 spoke with pride of his parents accomplishments after deciding to move to Britain. Karamjot along with his…

Creative Places: DIY Space for London

By Benjamin-Harry Gladwin Alice Strick runs ‘Arts Sisterhood UK’, where people who identify as female or non-binary can partake in DIY art therapy for the low donation price of £3 per session. “This is all I do now,” Alice says “before I taught art to children while I was going through therapy and I thought…