‘It’s All Good’ Internet Radio Show Featuring Ecopreneurist
We love all our fans on social media, so were really thrilled when one such fan reached out to us. Debbie Hyde, from the UK tells us that she loves the site and routinely features our stories on an internet radio show she hosts on – Brooklands Radio. Talking with Debbie, we hatched out a small plan for her to have a special Ecopreneurist feature on her show every week! We are super stoked!
It’s All Good is a weekly internet radio show on Brooklands Radio produced and presented by Debbie Hyde which focuses on individuals, companies and organizations who have good at the heart of them. It identifies and shines the spotlight on pioneering individuals and new business models and encourages thought provoking discussions through Debbie’s Facebook page which is active throughout the show. The Quietly Brilliant feature on her show shines the spotlight on people who deserve to be recognised and through Music For Good, Debbie focuses on the way music is helping people throughout the world in so many ways. She shares music from around the world which often includes up and coming and unsigned artists who have performed live at the Brooklands Radio studios.
The show is broadcast on www.brooklandsradio.co.uk on Sundays at 21:00 GMT (4 pm EST)– a radio station run entirely by volunteers.
On the Show, Sunday Feb 10, It’s All Good:
This week, Debbie will talk about the Circular Economy and how it can help conserve resources while supporting new business models. As a huge love of books, Debbie will also share information on Better World Books and the wonderful work the organization is doing!
Debbie is a Recruitment Consultant at an Independent Recruitment agency in Surrey, England. Her passion is for helping people to discover their potential and guiding them in their exploration of the work they will enjoy. A Business Studies graduate of Kingston University in Surrey, Debbie spent over 10 years in Marketing roles for Bongrain UK Ltd, Thresher, Going Places and Telewest Communications, marketing products as diverse as cheese, wine, holidays and TV. When she was made redundant in 2001 she took another path first becoming a Retail Trainer at Historic Royal Palaces and then a lecturer at LCIBS in London teaching Advertising and Communications to International Students. When her father started his own business in Financial Services she left to support him in the early stages of running his business using her Marketing and Business Development skills. But then a call from March Recruitment in 2009 led her to join the team and discover her joy of helping people find the work they love.
Please tune in at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk on Sundays at 21:00 GMT (4 pm EST) and let us know what you think!