In today's episode I talk to Clare Honeyfield.
Clare is a coach who works with entrepreneurs and creatives as well as being a mentor, speaker, and published author.
She also works as a consultant specialising in ethical community retail.
She is a founding director of the National Association of Farmers’ Markets and is the founder of Stroud farmers’ market which was launched by Isabella Blow and Jasper Conran in 1999.
Clare was a cofounder of Gloucestershire Food Links working with healthy school meals, education and food inclusion from field to plate, and founded The Gloucestershire Association of Farmers’ Markets.
Since 2012 Clare has been sole director of The Made in Stroud Shop, which she helped to set up as a cooperative of 25 local makers.
Now working with 160 makers, the shop runs as a successful social enterprise, is a Plastic Free Champion, runs by strict environmental policies has been nominated for and won multiple awards.
She shares her life story and journey, that had taken her from travelling the world with her family to being a trapeze artist, to running her own successful businesses, as well as holding down many roles and being a huge asset to the community.
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