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Gareth, the founder of the Northern Ireland Coffee Map is with us today to chat about coffee, in Belfast and further abroad, as well as his thoughts on running a business!
The king of Northern Ireland podcasts is with us and we cover a lot of ground in this episode, from Carl Jung and the Hero's journey, to the Alchemist all the way to shoes for a goose and Scrubs!
Current Worcester Warriors, former Ulster Rugby player and owner of Guilt Trip Coffee & Donuts, Callum Black stops by for a chat about all things coffee and rugby!
Claire McLaughlin is with us talking about her amazing rugby career, her work as a doctor and, of course, the best coffee spots in Belfast!
It was great catching up with Orla Haugh and Andrew Haugh from Haugh Dental Care! We got sand a great story about how Andrew FINALLY got Orla's phone number!
Katharine Walker returns for season 2 for a catchup on current live as a Paedeatric Nurse in Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children under Covid-19 and much more!
We've had a chance to speak to the very busy Chris Wallace from Bedwin Soft Furnishings Ltd. about the family business, the story of his son, Charlie and much more!
Today, we speak to Nathan Teggarty, local boy now living in New York City! We catch up with him, find out about his travels and what he really thinks of the Land of the Free!
This week we got to catch up with Johnny Hamilton or Jossiepops as he's better known! Johnny runs his own gym and works as a personal trainer!
This morning we catch up with Zoe Smedberg, just as she is about to open her newest Hair Salon, the Hair Extension Hub, in Belfast.
This morning we got the chance to speak to Leanne Magill about how she deals with her work/life balance with 4 kids and the strain of running your own business and so much more!
We had a catchup with the 2018 Miss Northern Ireland (and Paediatric Nurse), Miss Katharine Walker! We covered lots, from the Miss NI Journey all the way to Greek Mythology!
This week we speak to Ingo Van Der Merwe, founder of Lesedi - Learning Transformed. The sound on this episode is a little off, but please stick with it - its very interesting!
We covered a lot of ground with Lucy, including her own podcast, her media company, her media summit, working with Gary Vee and lots more!
Victor Coert's story started in Cape Town, South Africa and we follow his journey through Namibia as a Missionary to Northern Ireland to study and eventually become a teacher!
We spoke to Alan about the evolution of the family business into a modern world, his work in the Chamber of Commerce and what he gets up to in his spare time!
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