Leaders in Pyjamas

Leaders in Pyjamas - Episode Two: Has Change Been Good?

June 08, 2020 The Leadership Academy Season 1 Episode 2
Leaders in Pyjamas
Leaders in Pyjamas - Episode Two: Has Change Been Good?
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Leaders in Pyjamas
Leaders in Pyjamas - Episode Two: Has Change Been Good?
Jun 08, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
The Leadership Academy

The Leadership Academy is back for the second episode of its Leaders in Pyjamas podcast and we've got a new theme tune! A big thank you to the Carey Blyton family for allowing us to use the Bananas in Pyjamas song.

In this episode we are discussing whether the change brought on by the coronavirus has been a good thing. For this we've spoken to those who have really grasped COVID with both hands and in the face of adversity have pivoted their businesses completely to survive.

Joined by Donna Arkley & Helen Collinson of women’s ‘size-free’ fashion retailer, Bou-chique, Rob Hammal, managing director of Sunderland’s oldest manufacturing business Speedings Ltd and Eric Murphy, managing director cycling café, mobile pizza, mobile coffee and event space Pedalling Squares, we delve into what impact the coronavirus has had on retail, manufacturing and hospitality. 

Due to recording remotely we have some slight issues on the audio for this episode but please bear with us, there are some fantastic thoughts from three great regional businesses that have continued to thrive during this time.

 

Show Notes

The Leadership Academy is back for the second episode of its Leaders in Pyjamas podcast and we've got a new theme tune! A big thank you to the Carey Blyton family for allowing us to use the Bananas in Pyjamas song.

In this episode we are discussing whether the change brought on by the coronavirus has been a good thing. For this we've spoken to those who have really grasped COVID with both hands and in the face of adversity have pivoted their businesses completely to survive.

Joined by Donna Arkley & Helen Collinson of women’s ‘size-free’ fashion retailer, Bou-chique, Rob Hammal, managing director of Sunderland’s oldest manufacturing business Speedings Ltd and Eric Murphy, managing director cycling café, mobile pizza, mobile coffee and event space Pedalling Squares, we delve into what impact the coronavirus has had on retail, manufacturing and hospitality. 

Due to recording remotely we have some slight issues on the audio for this episode but please bear with us, there are some fantastic thoughts from three great regional businesses that have continued to thrive during this time.