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June 24, 2021 58mins

Small Business Stories: Campaign Shop Independent Special, with Olivia and Daisy, founders of A South London Makers Market & Natalie and Daniel Reynolds, founders of Fred & Noah

This week marks the last of our Small Business Stories podcast specials, where we have been celebrating our wonderful small business community as part of our summer Campaign Shop Independent. This week Holly chats to Liv and Daisy, founders of A South London Makers Market; who, still within their first year of trading, have just completed their first pop-up store in Selfridges – something they could only have dreamed of 12 months ago.  A true testament to believing and trusting in yourself, shooting for the stars and knowing that you can achieve anything if you put your mind to it. 

Nat and Dan of Fred & Noah talk openly about the trials of the past year, how they have transitioned from surviving to thriving by driving sales. Owning their customer experience and being the face of their business to give that personal touch, whilst also remaining unique to themselves and their ideas.

Both businesses, having been born from times of transition, found opportunity through creativity, and understanding customers and adapting to their needs. These two incredible businesses are shining examples of what you can achieve when you have a community behind you, even in the face of adversity. True celebrations of the power of small.

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