These are a few interview style questions that we put to Tania Diggory about her battle with work life balance as she breaks into the mental health and wellbeing industry with her company Calmer, which helps startups manage and maintain their health and wellbeing as they navigate the entrepreneurial journey.
Our friends from the U.S of A won’t be the only ones celebrating Independence Day this year. The streets of London are buzzing with events this 4th of July – and yada knows exactly where you should go.
Work Hard Play Hard is close to home this week as we interview Team yada’s newest member! These are a few interview style questions that we put to Carlene about her battle with work life balance as she breaks into the Event Tech industry.
These are a few interview style questions that we put to the music artist GG about her battle with work life balance as she conquers all in an exciting and challenging industry.
Music and the arts are a big talking point right now with a move away from faceless corporate jobs towards the dream of ‘making your stamp on your industry’. But what is it really like for a young adult trying to make their way in an ever-condensing market of signers and songwriters? Read GG’s answers to find out.
It’s the start of Festival season, also known as our favourite time of year because it brings together our passions: parties, music, events and maybe a couple of drinks. So it’s safe to say that Team yada is experienced when it comes to the festival season. So we’ve teamed up with our friends over at Freshers Festival to bring you the top Five Festival Hacks to survive your weekend with the most amount of fun and least amount of time drenched in mud!
We often chat about start-up life on twitter, or in our Work Hard- Play Hard series. We love the freedom, the creativity, the bean bag chairs and table tennis. It’s all fantastic, but moving away from the very true stereotypes, people rarely acknowledge that start-up life is a massive amount of work. There are probably 5 other companies (in your city alone) trying to recreate whatever your endeavour is. So it can be incredibly difficult to stand out or get ahead. But the wealth of people also in start-up life can be your greatest asset. Everyone like’s to think they can go it alone, do everything themselves, but collaboration is always a fantastic thing and here’s a couple of examples how, from our journey so far:
These are a few interview style questions that we put to Elizabeth about her battle with work life balance as she slogs it about in the city designing and promoting her designer scarf brand.