EFS Podcast


EFS Podcast

EFS Podcast-Female Entrepreneurs Series

The first episode of the EFS Podcast is here. We interview Juan Rodriguez, an oil analyst from OilX. We ask him about negative crude oil prices, the US’s rhetoric, and Juan even answered some of your questions, too. Please have a listen and let us know what you thought at su-efs@bbk.ac.uk or on our social media channels.

EFS Podcast-Female Entrepreneurs Series is almost here! We couldn’t wait for you to hear the first episode, so we created this trailer to introduce you to the series and you can also listen to a little teaser at the end. Hope you will enjoy it as much as we loved making it. Please let us know what you thought about it on our social media or drop us a line at su-efs@bbk.ac.uk


This week on the EFS Podcast, we talk about career prospects and potential jobs in economics and finance. We will listen to Dominic Prendergast, who is currently in the Government Economic Services’ Fast Stream programme, to hear about the public sector’s offerings, and in the second part, we hear from James Hughes, the CEO of Buchanan Capital in Hong Kong, an independent adviser and strategic growth partner for unlisted firms operating in the financial services industry.


In this week’s podcast, we meet the CEO and founder of a new generation investment platform, and find out about how an innovative fintech company is trying to make investing accessible to all.


How to break into the world of finance? In this episode of the EFS Podcast we talk to the founders of InvestInU Academy, an online platform offering courses and career coaching. You can find out what big companies are looking for, what skills you should have and how to start preparing during your student years.



Meet the co-founder and lead consultant of Noëlle Greig, a business to business consultancy firm specialising in consumer ethics, nutrition, sustainability, lifestyle movements and responsible procurements.

Learn about conscious workplaces, nutritious free-from products, sustainable services, and the workplaces of the future