Professionals need love too, and so new introductions service Coffee Matches has been created to provide a discreet matchmaking service.
Merisha spoke to founder, Nicolle Pennie who explains why she’s making it her business to create love matches. (1h,20m). Would you use a matchmaking service?
Are you planning on getting into business with one of your mates? Well it might not be a great idea! Merisha shares 5 reasons why business partnerships fail and gives you some guidance on how to decide who you should be signing your next deal with. (29m).
Pivot TV is a new black streaming platform that has been created to challenge how black people are depicted in the media. It has a range of programming, including documentaries, comedy and drama. The new platform is growing and seeking input from local creatives. Merisha spoke to co-founder, Lee Elliott about his motivation for starting the service. If you’d like to sign up, Pivot TV is offering Financial Style & New Style radio listeners a special offer, just use discount code, PIV343 and pay only £3 for your first 3 months.
Plus, Merisha gives you some information about the 4th Self Employment Grant that is being made available by the UK Government from the end of April 2021 (42m) and she has an update for you, on IR35, the new legislation that will impact contractors working through their limited companies, which is also being introduced this month. (1h,10m).Tweet