Hello, I’m Rachel Bridge – welcome to my website. I’m the former Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times and am now a business and motivational author and speaker specialising in entrepreneurs and personal development.
I also run my own consultancy, Froglet Productions, which provides digital and offline content, events and advice to help businesses communicate better with their customers and employees. The Froglet Productions website is at www.frogletproductions.com – click HERE to be taken to it, or you can contact me for details on email@example.com.
I have written six books about entrepreneurship and personal development – the latest is Ambition: Why it’s good to want more and How to get it which looks at how to achieve your goals and includes anecdotes and advice from successful people in all areas of life. You can buy it here and from all good bookshops.
I took a one-woman show to the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe called Ambition and a one-woman show to the 2016 Festival called How to Make a Million before Lunch.
I really love talking about successful people and what we can learn from them – and how we can use that knowledge to further our personal ambitions or career development, and how companies can use it to retain, motivate and inspire their workforce. More generally I am keen to support, encourage and inspire people to take control of their lives and pursue their dream, whatever that may be, and at whatever age and stage they are at in their lives.
In recognition of my work championing entrepreneurs I was shortlisted for the Entrepreneurs’ Champion award at the 2016 Great British Entrepreneur Awards.
If you would like me to speak at or facilitate your next conference or event please do get in touch – you can email me directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m also happy to discuss writing for your website or publication.
Events I have spoken at or facilitated recently have included: Entrepreneurs@Manchester at the University of Manchester, Virgin Media’s Power Up workshop, Jersey’s Festival of Words, Global Entrepreneurship Week, Avanta small business roundtable, National Enterprise Network annual conference, International Women’s Day at the British Embassy in Paris, Discuss and Do Festival in Frome, Entrepreneur Live for schools. I also took another one-woman show called How to Make a Million before Lunch, to the Edinburgh fringe festival in 2010.
Please do follow me on Twitter @rachelbridge100 for details of what I’m doing and when.
One more thing – when I wrote my book How to Start a Business Without any Money I also started my own teeny tiny business (without any money) selling mugs and canvas bags with the word ENTREPRENEUR on them – the perfect present for all the budding entrepreneurs in your life. Both are available in deep pink or blue, you can buy them at www.entrepreneurthings.com. Here’s a picture: