Business writer, public speaker and author of eight books on entrepreneurs, Rachel Bridge was formerly the Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times. She has interviewed many successful business people and entrepreneurs for her columns as well as being responsible for the Small Business and Start Up pages.
Rachel makes speeches and advises businesses about their digital marketing strategy. and speaks to a variety of of audiences about how to achieve their goals. She also shares entertaining insights and anecdotes from the many well-known people she has interviewed for her many books.
Rachel's business journalism career began at the Investors Chronicle and the London Evening Standard where she was a business reporter. She then moved to The Times and was the Australia and France correspondent, before returning to work for the Mail on Sunday, The Sunday Times and The Telegraph.
An experienced presenter and a popular keynote speaker and facilitator at corporate events, Rachel's presentations cover topics including: how to become a successful entrepreneur; are entrepreneurs born or made; how to grow a business without spending any money; how to add sparkle to your business.
Her motivational presentations include: how to take control of your life and be more entrepreneurial; how to do anything you want to in life;and what we can learn from successful entrepreneurs. Rachel talks about the pitfalls, mistakes, challenges and lessons experienced by entrepreneurs.
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