Chapter 92-Jamie-Lee, The Travel Marketer

Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Jamie-Lee.

In this chapter, Jamie-Lee shares her gratitude for growing up in Barbados, and relocating to London as an adult for school. She talks about the wisdom and example her mother set for her, and how when looking for friends in London, she prioritized moving with other Black women who were building their brands. Jamie-Lee breaks down the pros of having a 9-5 versus being an entrepreneur, the importance of being different and packaging your differences, and shares what makes her distinctly different. She also gives us her best advice on being successful in the travel industry these days, how to bring your personality to your work, where she goes for inspiration, and her top three marketing tips. Jamie-Lee tells us her thoughts about the term BAME (Black, Asian, minority ethnic) being used in the UK, what she’s learned from becoming a mother, and shouts out Dein Gbabo and Eulanda Shead Osagiede.

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