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AUTUMN EDITION 2016 GRATITUDE | INTERIOR DESIGN

Why is Paralympic wheelchair tennis player

Jordanne Whiley so grateful?

Why do we YAWN? Celia Francis, CEO of Rated People, talks leadership

Do-it-Yourself:

5 reasons why Annie Sloan: the people’s painter

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Award-winning luxury interior designer, married to former England international footballer Sol Campbell

FIONA Barratt-Campbell

“finding that work-life balance”


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Wellbeing and Beauty Editor Elizabeth Rae info@womenintradeuk.co.uk Your Story Team Monica Jones yourstory@womenintradeuk.co.uk Head of Design Team Simon Walters design@womenintradeuk.co.uk Head of Editorial Lianne Thompson lianne@womenintradeuk.co.uk ©Copyright 2016. All rights reserved. This magazine may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of the publishers. Materials submitted for publication are sent at the owner’s risk and do not reflect the opinion of this publication. Any views expressed within the publication by individual authors are not necessarily the views of the publisher. Whilst care has been taken to ensure that articles published and the content of advertising are accurate, neither Women in Trade Magazine nor its agents accept any liability for loss or damage. Although Women in Trade Magazine has endeavoured to ensure that all information inside the magazine is


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From the Editor Janet Kirlew CEO & Founder | Editor-in-Chief

Gratitude

My picks from the Autumn Edition

“Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.” Lyndon B. Johnson

“PHEW!”That’s an expression I’ve heard a lot since our summer ‘being

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fearless’ edition. It’s such a British expression, used when there are no words to describe the relief that comes after a challenge or stress, when something comes to an end and you can finally breathe. It’s a way of saying, “Thank goodness that’s over.” So what’s your “PHEW!” moment? What fearless situations did you face during the summer? I hope you overcame them and are much stronger now. As for me, I really had to be fearless this summer. It’s almost as if our theme was a self-fulfilling prophecy. Still, we’ve had quite a bit of sunshine, haven’t we? But now it’s time to think about all the good and bad things that have happened this year. I include the bad because so much good can come out of them and everything really does happen for a reason and a season. So it’s time to look around you and count the things you’re grateful for – even if it’s just a lonely egg in your fridge, because some people woke up today without even an egg to boil for breakfast.

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With that in mind, this autumn edition is all about gratitude. We’re talking to inspirational women about the things they are thankful for – including wheelchair tennis star Jordanne Whiley, bike frame builder Caren Hartley, and our star cover feature, luxury interior designer Fiona Barratt-Campbell, who is most grateful for the support of her husband Sol Campbell, a former England international footballer.

It’s also hugely important to be grateful to yourself, and to reward yourself for your hard work every now and again. Our autumn mind, body boosts will help you do just that, singing the praises of lazy days, the colour of lavender, and even the benefits of yawning! So what are you grateful for? I am grateful that the magazine has reached its third autumn edition. That definitely deserves a “PHEW!”

Janet

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Gratitude

On the cover:

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Fiona BARRATT-CAMPBELL

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What is Paralympic wheelchair tennis player Jordanne Whiley grateful for?

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WOMEN IN THE PAINT TRADE Annie Sloan: the people’s painter.

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COVER STORY: Award-winning interior designer FIONA BARRATT-CAMPBELL By Janet Kirlew

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WOMEN IN FACILITIES MANAGEMENT:

Described by the Telegraph as one of “Britain’s most influential female designers.”

By Clare Diston

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5 Reasons why you should Do-it-Yourself

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How to become a warrior in your business or trade: Warrior Poses to give you inner strength.

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The grateful events agent: PAMELA REA is proof that female-led events businesses are here to stay.

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WOMEN IN THE FRAMEBUILDING TRADE Caren Hartley: the UK’s first female bike frame builder, founder of Hartley Cycles. By Juliette Smyth-Ring

We talk to 5 beautifully spirited women in FM about what they are most grateful for.

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Merlie Calvert & Golda Aheto-Cudjoe, of LHS Solicitors LLP on modernising legal services.

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Celia Francis, CEO of Rated People, talks gratitude and leadership.

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Why do we yawn?

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MIND, BODY boosts

The Girl in the Orange Hi Vis features: Claire Gott, civil engineer, and Angela Steele, managing director of O-W-E C.I.C training program for manual trades.

102 Building with Tech: how to make

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We’ve got it all covered in our autumn mind, body boosts. We explore the

IT work. By Benjamin Dyer

Self

health benefits of lavender and why scientists are suggesting that yawning might actually be good for us.

How to Build a Rich Interior Life: You can always tell how rich

118 Overcoming High Blood

someone’s inner life is by what they display outwardly.

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Pressure. Lifestyle and dietary tips from Dr Sarah Brewer

The importance of Being in a State of Gratitude: Being grateful is an essential part of moving through life.

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Autumn Yoga Pose

Annie Sloan: the people’s painter

Business

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Are you heading for a BURNOUT?

122 Live your life as you wish to be remembered. Our editor-in-chief talks to us about how to gain perspective on your problems.

When your body tries to tell you something, listen.

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The mental benefits of having a lazy day. The Default Mode Network.

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Editor’s Letter


Gratitude The

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It is better to live now rather than regret it later


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Women in the paint trade

Meet Annie

Sloan the people’s painter For Annie Sloan – artist, painting expert, and developer of the innovative Chalk PaintTM – running a successful business means having the chance to do some good for your local community. She speaks to us about paint, people and the importance of giving back. By Clare Diston | Photography: Harriet Thomas (right)

hey say a bad workwoman blames her tools, but what does a good workwoman do when the tools really are the problem? She creates new tools, of course! This is what painter and decorator Annie Sloan did when she found that none of the paints she was using for her decorating business were quite up to scratch. “With three young boys at home and being short on time, I needed something quick and easy that could be manipulated for the different techniques I wanted to create,” she told Women in Trade. “So I decided to work with a paint factory to develop my own paint. This resulted in the product that’s now called Chalk PaintTM!” Annie’s background made her the perfect person for the job, since she studied colour and painting in great depth during her Fine Art degree. Inspired by her indepth understanding of art, she started out with a clear vision of where she wanted her career to go. “I knew that I wanted to take my art training into the world of interiors,” she says, “specifically helping people with their homes and opening up their creativity,” and so in the mid-1970s she moved into home decoration and was commissioned to paint murals. It was during this time that Annie discovered the problems with existing paints on the market. What she really needed was a paint she could apply in the morning and wax in the afternoon, and she decided that she had no choice but to develop her own. After lots of hard work she launched Chalk PaintTM in 1990, and her versatile, UK-made paint business was born. Continued on page 18

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Annie Sloan the people’s painter

Described by the Telegraph as one of “Britain's most

influential female designers.” So what makes Chalk PaintTM so unique? The trick is Annie’s special formula, which makes her paints not only easy to use, but also safe and practical for almost any job. Her paints are quick-drying and durable. They can be used, without preparation, on all kinds of surfaces – from wood to plastic, glass to metal, even on fabric – and one coat is usually enough to get the job done. The paints come in over 30 different colours and are easy to mix into new shades. What’s more, Chalk PaintTM is ecofriendly, certified ‘toy safe’, and washes out of paintbrushes using only water. But it isn’t just paint that Annie has contributed to the interiors industry; she has also written 25 books on paint,

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colour and technique, and her book The Complete Book of Decorative Paint Techniques is considered by many to be the “industry bible” for decorative painting. Without a doubt she has made waves in the industry during her notable career, and has been described by the Telegraph as one of “Britain's most influential female designers.” This is no mean feat, of course, and Annie’s influence is especially impressive considering that women still face certain challenges when it comes to carving out a career in the design industry. Annie’s design business, therefore, is significant for its success, and it has grown enormously since its establishment. Now Chalk PaintTM boasts nearly 1,500 independent stockists in 50 countries, all of whom are handpicked and provided with additional training to ensure they can provide advice and workshops about both the products and the Annie Sloan Method for getting the most out of Chalk PaintTM.


Grateful and giving back The business goes beyond simply selling products in other ways too. Annie is also keen to engage with the people who use her paints, and she shares on her blog projects carried out by ‘painters in residence’, from furniture upcycling to creating wearable works of art. Earlier this year Annie also announced her #25Project, a scheme inspired by Chalk PaintTM’s 25th birthday, which intends to redecorate 25 community spaces around the world, as nominated by her customers. The #25Project was originally inspired by a place very dear to Annie’s heart. “I have lived in the same part of Oxford for many years and in that time I have seen the community adapt and change,” she says, remembering the project, which took place very close to Chalk PaintTM’s company headquarters. “I saw that my local community space was in a need of a lick of paint so my team and I, along with local volunteers, transformed a space in the East Oxford Community Centre.” As well as giving the space some much needed tender loving care, Annie also conducted a series of workshops there, including upholstering and curtain-making. She says, “I am grateful that I have a platform and network to be able to give something back.” This idea of expressing gratitude through painting is not a new one. Historically paintings have often been gifted as tokens of recognition and friendship, and the tradition continues to this day. For example, earlier this year Banksy painted a piece of art on the wall of Bridge Farm Primary School, Bristol, as a thank you to the school for naming a classroom after him. The nominations for Annie’s #25Project have already been made, and the mission of regenerating the chosen community spaces

is set to be an ambitious but rewarding one. Claire Ford, the Community Centre Manager for the East Oxford Community Centre, commented on how Annie’s hard work has already made a difference in her local area: “It has been great having the team here and it is a great thing for centre users. People have been learning new skills and have loved every moment.” It seems that Annie, too, has a lot to be

To find out more about Annie’s workshops visit AnnieSloan.com grateful for. As well as all the little things that get her through the day – paper, paint and, of course, a morning macchiato – she is also keen to thank the people who make it all possible. She says, “You never know what will spark an idea so I try and draw inspiration from my day to day life. I am very grateful for the incredible support and inspiration given to me by the stockists around the world.”

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Gratitude... Feeling good about your life, but not expressing a heartfelt 'thank you,' is like wrapping a gift for someone and never giving it to them. Chip Conley


The grateful events agent: PAMELA REA


What makes events recruiter Pamela Rea grateful?

It can seem almost impossible to return to work in a way that accommodates having

a new family

The events industry might not be known for its gender diversity, but at a time when change and transparency are being increasingly embraced, Pamela Rea is proof that female-led events businesses are here to stay. Pamela talked to us about managing and growing her events recruitment business, Pams People. By Lizzy Rochester | Photography (left) James Rudd

etting back into work after having a child: it’s a challenge faced by so many women, and something which is very familiar to events recruitment entrepreneur Pamela Rea. “I took a work break when my son was born,” she told Women in Trade. “Finding myself wanting to get back into work, but needing to balance this with my family commitments, I realised that there must be many women in a similar position.” Indeed there are, and for many it can seem almost impossible to return to work in a way that accommodates having a new family. A 2013 investigation by the House of Commons library discovered that, each year, as many as 47,600 women on maternity leave find it difficult to return to their previous roles, with some being forced into jobs with fewer responsibilities and less chance of

promotion. Still others find themselves edged out entirely, in what has been dubbed ‘maternity discrimination’. For some of these women, entrepreneurism is the answer; many women are choosing to start businesses during their maternity leave, and recent research by the Office for National Statistics has shown that there are now over 1.5 million of these ‘mumpreneurs’ in the UK. Pamela’s solution to the postmaternity leave problem came in the form of a unique business opportunity: “to buy an established promotions agency that was to a large extent staffed by mothers like myself.” She seized the chance with both hands and has now been running the operation, Pams People, for fourteen years.

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Events planners bring vast knowledge and experience to every project they manage saving time and money

ams People specialises in providing staff for exhibitions and trade shows – such as the Spring Fair at the N.E.C in Birmingham – and manages hundreds of personnel every year, including waiters and waitresses, welcoming staff, accounts staff and interpreters. For Pamela, “planning, professional staff and teamwork” are the three biggest elements you need to have in place to host a great exhibition, and her company prides itself on being able to provide all of these things for its clients. Pams People is also an “equal opportunities employer”, and the country -wide company works with both men and women from a wide range of backgrounds. This could be seen as a breath of fresh air in an industry in which equal opportunities do not always

she remembers. Seeing the opportunities presented by new technology, she set about bringing Pams People up to date. “We developed a bespoke database system and incorporated systemgenerated email communications and, more recently, cloud-based payroll and pension communications.” But for Pamela the real key to her success has been “taking a professional approach to every aspect of our operation,” and it is this attitude that makes it so important to hire a professional company to organise major events. Not only do events planners bring vast knowledge and experience to every project they manage, they can also save time and money during the planning process because of their connections and the established systems they have in place. Pamela is proud to have lifted her company to the cutting edge of its field, and her approach towards the

Pam’s People specialises in providing staff for exhibitions and trade shows appear to be a top priority. Last year a poll conducted by Event magazine revealed that 15% of men in the events industry earn over £70,000 compared to only 1% of women, and 76% of managing director positions in the brand experience sector are held by men. While steps are being taken to encourage transparency about the gender pay gap in events planning, it is companies like Pams People that could prove to be important champions for equality. Since Pamela took charge, Pams People has also placed itself at the forefront of the industry in terms of technology. Alongside her husband, Pamela introduced many systems that have modernised the company almost beyond recognition. “When I acquired the business it was largely run using little more than word processing and paper filing,”

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running of Pams People matches the qualities she believes are most important for running a business in general: “preparation, organisation and people skills.” It is this combination of skills that has allowed her to become a “preferred supplier to key clients,” and she counts this as her proudest achievement to date. Of course, Pamela would not have been able to achieve all this without a little help along the way, and she is thankful for the many things that have contributed to her success. She says, “I am most grateful for my husband and son for all their support; my health and all the challenges that I have faced and won to bring me to where I am now,” and, of course, “a job that I love.”


Women in the Frame-building trade

Meet Caren Hartley, the UK’s first female bike frame builder, founder of Hartley Cycles Caren Hartley is part of a flourishing industry and is providing inspiration through her work for other women joining the trade.

By Juliette Smyth-Ring

here did your bike come from? Many of us might assume that the UK’s bicycles are produced abroad, and that’s certainly what Caren Hartley believed until she attended a cycling fete and discovered the world of British bespoke frame builders. For Caren this was more than an interesting revelation; it changed the course of her career. “I love making things,” Caren told Women in Trade, but after working as a jeweller and metalwork artist for ten years, she found herself “disenchanted” by the art world.” I was trying to figure out what I wanted do with my life, but to put off thinking about it I started road cycling a lot and spending my spare time in my local DIY bike shop, London Bike Kitchen.” It was whilst volunteering for London Bike Kitchen that Caren discovered the British frame builders at the cycling fete and thought, “Perhaps that’s something I could do?” Her enthusiasm marks a general increase in the production of British-made bicycle frames, following a decline in the industry after the 1980s when production was moved overseas to countries including China and Taiwan. Now interest is reviving, and more and more bespoke frame-building companies are opening up on our shores. Continued on page 40

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Autumn means warm colours and sumptuous fabrics, so make your home cosy for the season with Next’s interiors range. Curl up on one of our stylish sofas or create a comforting glow with a candle lantern. However you like to relax, our range of beautiful homeware will ensure your home inspires you every day.


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Autumn yoga (Sukhasana)

Easy Pose This pose promotes inner calm, relieves mental exhaustion and amplifies the state of tranquillity. It lengthens and strengthens the spine. A great way to release tension in the hips. Yoga is used only to aid medical treatments and should not be used to replace it. Avoid this pose if you have injuries to your hips or knees. If you have any health concerns, you should consult your doctor before doing any yoga poses.

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