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The official podcast of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. Stitch Please centers Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. Weekly discussions, interviews, tips, and techniques celebrate and contextualize Black creativity.
 
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Grit & Growth

Stanford Graduate School of Business

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Meet intrepid entrepreneurs from Africa and South Asia, hear their stories of trial & triumph, and gain insights and guidance from Stanford University faculty and global business experts on how to transform today’s challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities. From securing investment and planning family succession, to mindful leadership and managing in adversity, you’ll learn firsthand from entrepreneurs and experts on how to develop the grit you need to grow your business — in times of crisis ...
 
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Thank you SEW much to Cyndi, Tishea, and Sonja for sharing your Word of the Year and comforter coat question. You can chat with us too. Leave a message and we'll get back to you! The Black Women Stitch website is sew pretty. Get into it. There are 23 Black Women Stitch Wall Calendars left! Financial support appreciated! Patreon Act Blue Non financi…
 
Meet Lerang Selolwane, co-founder of Lucient Engineering, a company that’s bringing water, power, roads, and rail to the people of Botswana. By constructing and maintaining the essential infrastructure his country and people need, Lerang is also creating pathways out of poverty. Selolwane is not your typical 20-something entrepreneur. He began his …
 
Enter the contest by leaving a message with your answer! (Contest is not affiliated with IG or Marimekko.) Question: How much 1.5 inch (3.8cm) bias binding will Lisa get from a piece of fabric sized 22" by 36" (55.88cm by 91.44cm)? If you want to participate in the WORD OF THE YEAR episode, leave a message about your word or lack thereof! There are…
 
Thanks SEW much to Queenora Renee Irvin, Sonja, Marissa, and Shivsews for their contributions to this episode. Try Speakpipe. If you want to leave/send a voice message to the podcast or Black Women Stitch, you can do so here. Check out Queenora's VIsion Board Party this Saturday, 1/8/22, 7pm EST on Instagram. Follow her on IG for more info. There a…
 
Meet Sriram Gopal, founder and CEO of Future Farms, a hydroponics company on a mission to deliver clean, healthy food to all Indians. With a trillion dollar market potential and a vision to make clean food a fundamental right, not a privilege, Sriram is growing his company for a greater good. Sriram always wanted to be an entrepreneur because his f…
 
check out Episode 85 Intentional Sewing, Intentional Living with Kamali Obiagu Learn more about Kamali Obiagu! Instagram: @kamali.obiagu Webpage Kwanzaa greeting "Habari Gani" and the 7 principles of Kwanzaa Ways to support the Podcast and Black Women Stitch: The BWS 2022 Wall Calendar ships free for 2021 Make a one-time donation here at our Act Bl…
 
Martha McIntosh, a.k.a. Garichild on Instagram @Garichild Garifuna Garifuna Settlement Day Wanaragu Dance, Jonkunu, Mascaro Belize Wanaragua Dancers video Chatoyer, Garifuna Chief Paranda Support Black Women Stitch and the Stitch Please podcast by subscribing to our Patreon or buying the 2022 Black Women Stitch Wall Calendar…
 
Shad Wicka and Shane Lee have a look at the line up changes for both the English and Aussie teams, Tom Brady has thrown a massive tantrum, the Australian Open is just around the corner, so is the Sydney to Hobart and much more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Meet Wandia Gichuru, CEO and co-founder of Vivo Activewear, a Kenya-based fashion brand made for the modern African woman. In an industry dominated by imports, Wandia is creating clothing that instills confidence and makes a difference in the lives of both her customers and her employees. Wandia didn’t dream of being a designer all her life. But sh…
 
Tim and Shane are big fans of Sam Kerr and think it's unreasonable for her to be yellow carded after she stopped a pitch invader, Shad Wicka has plenty to say about the NRL's new Dolphins, Josh Giddey and the Raiders RB Josh Jacobs expecting his 9th Child, and then Barmy Army legend, Paul Burnham joins the show to chat all things cricket and Ashes.…
 
How do you convince Africans — both buyers and sellers — to move from informal outdoor markets to e-commerce? Juliet Anammah of Jumia Group is up for the challenge. Listen to her interview for the Stanford Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series to learn how Jumia is breaking down traditional barriers with technology. Jumia operates in 11 countries.…
 
Stitching Holiday Traditions is a special series of the Stitch Please podcast. These are first-person narratives from women in the Black Women Stitch community. They talk about how the December holidays bring about their creative spirit. Learn how their sewing and making enhances their celebrations.Our series begins with Lena King. This dynamic and…
 
How can small businesses gain access to the working capital they need? Zach Bijesse of Payhippo and Tunde Kehinde of Lidya are trying to figure it out. Hear how new technologies are changing the future of lending for small businesses in Nigeria, Africa, and the world. With over 200 million people and 40 million small businesses, Nigeria is the perf…
 
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