Date: Thursday 16th September

Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm

Location: Zoom

We’re inviting you to join us LIVE as we record the second series of our Bossing it! podcast. Join us every week as we interview a new incredible founder – and get to feature on the podcast with our live, members only, Q&A session.

This series will be exploring real life stories of women on a mission to build big brands and fulfilled lives. Each guest will share the ups and downs of growing their business and get real about the challenges life has thrown their way on the road to success. 

Every episode will be a new adventure, discovering a fresh outlook on life and business and a bunch of tips to help you on your own mission of entrepreneurship. 

Want to get up close and personal with our amazing podcast guests? Now you can at our live recording, every Thursday at 12pm.

We will cover a range of topics from business, money, diversity, equality, motherhood, entrepreneurship, innovation and more and as members you’ll get the chance to ask your own questions as part of the record.



Urenna Okonkwo is the CEO and founder of Cashmere, an app idea she came up with at just 23, and has been helping women save for luxury goods ever since.

At 25, Urenna Okonkwo began working on Cashmere – her savings platform for fashion-conscious millennials. One year later, her app was released into the market.

The smart saving app allows women to set aside money and purchase luxury fashion goods on the accompanying Cashmere website by stashing a monthly amount into the app.

With a degree in economics and a diploma in financial planning, Okonkwo started out as an analyst at KPMG at 18. She then became a financial advisor to wealthy clients at leading wealth management firm Saunderson House, which provided the education and training on personal finances required to build Cashmere.

Want to nominate a founder who inspires you? Send us a message


About your Host

Coni Longden-Jefferson

Freelance Writer, & Founder of the Thea Collective. Coni cares and writes about all things reproductive health, body politics and sustainability – with a side of intersectional feminism and patriarchy smashing.


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