Melanie Sadler's varied career has taken her between pubs, stables, pharmacies and cafés, and all the way to her current role as a Sales and Events Manager. Here she describes her working life and how she manages it alongside being a mum and her other projects.
Jane Harris is a dab hand in the world of business, having worked in areas including market-selling, dairy and floristry for many years. She is now the owner and operator of two local businesses - The Yorkshire Dales Cheese Company, which she founded with her husband, and Oakwood Aromatics, which she recently purchased.
Cath Eastham is co-founder of The Alchemist’s Cottage, alongside a full time role as a chef and other business ventures. Here, she talks us through her busy but productive days, as well as plans for the future.
With 15 years’ experience under her belt, Jo Lade has mastered the art of balancing her reflex orthopaedic massage profession with her business skills, resulting in a successful practice. She helps her patients in Cumbria and Wensleydale to recover from, and manage pain. Here she tells how her journey began.
Tanya Cook has been involved with social enterprise A1 Community Works since its inception in 2003. Here, she gives an insight into what her community-focused business offers, and what a typical day – in and out of the office – involves.
With an art studio in Leyburn, an exhibition at the Station in Richmond earlier this year, and having supplied the restaurant of a local popular department store with 100ft long seasonal backdrops, you’re likely to have come across this week’s Dales Business Woman… Meet Lynn Ward.