Early Days And A Brand Is Born

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"Positive Paula for Progress”, avoiding people pleasers,  and working with people smarter than me are just a few of the ingredients I used to create In My Kitchen.

In episode 3 I talk about why I started In My Kitchen, this episode is the start of a series about how I started In My Kitchen.

"Early Days and a Brand is Born" is where I recount the journey of my career, sharing some of my experiences in the event industry, starting a professional partnership and embarking on a journey of self-employment. 

I then share with you early stages of In My Kitchen and the creation of the brand - from coming up with the name to building a professional brand identity with the help of experts in graphic design and photography. Through this episode I talk about the mistakes I made and the lessons I learned, sprinkled with some lessons my Father shared with me around business. 

I hope you enjoy it!

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In My Kitchen helps women who love to travel to explore new flavours, new dishes, new cultures, so they can have a deeper connection to the people and places they visit. I do this  through my virtual cooking classes with my team of hosts from around the world, my podcast and my presentations to travel clubs, at conferences and to other large groups.

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