This week’s guest is Creative, Scarlett Montanaro. Forging a career within advertising is something Scarlett knew, from a young age, she wanted to do. Since graduating from the London College of Communication in 2012 she has trailblazed her career - literally jumping on a flight to Singapore, the day she handed in her final year dissertation, for an internship at BBH. She then went on to land her first permanent job, on the back of a winning pitch within weeks of being at AnalogFolk followed by working on D&AD Pencil winning campaigns at AMV BBDO. She hit a crisis point when she was feeling unfulfilled by the projects she was working on and this instigated her to co-found Crack + Cider with Charlotte Cramer. Crack + Cider is a non-for-profit that sells practical supplies online for people to give to their local homeless population. Scarlett is full of creativity energy and her focus of using her talents and skills for making positive changes in the world is awesome! If you would like more information on Crack + Cider you can visit the website: https://crackandcider.com/ You can also read Scarlett's - 'Lazy Girls Guide to Starting a Successful Project' on Huffpost: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/scarlett-montanaro/starting-a-businessb9845714.html🛎 We need your help pushing for change: a more diverse creative industry within years, not decades. Please share the podcast with others who you think may be interested or benefit!💓Leave us a review/rating and we will love you forever: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/greater-than-11/id1435811372 Be sure to follow us:📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greaterthaneleven/🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gre4terThan11🔗 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/greater-than-eleven/
Poolcast: Cannes 2018 with Scarlett Montanaro - Co-Founder of Crack and Cider
Michael Tomes founder of Creativepool interviews Scarlett Montanaro - Co-Founder of Crack and Cider and Creative at 18ft & Rising and hears Scarlett talk about other ways to measure effectiveness in advertising as well as learns a new way to ensure that the money you give to the homeless is going towards things that they really need.
This week we interviewed Scarlett Montanaro of Crack + Cider, an online shop where you can buy items for the homeless.We discussed how Crack and Cider came about, what it's like running a social enterprise, going global and franchising the business, getting PR, and trying to stay sane while running a business at the same time as having a normal job.https://crackandcider.com/ https://twitter.com/crackandcider
Series 1 - Episode 3 - Scarlett Montanaro from Crack and Cider
One Giant Leap
Damien Fahy from MoneytotheMasses.com discusses how anyone can find their passion and build their dream life. Damien turned a simple idea into one of the UK's leading personal finance sites (MoneytotheMasses.com) offering financial guidance to over 1.5 million people a year without spending a penny. The hardest part of the journey was taking the One Giant Leap of following his passion and quitting his day job. It was the best decision he ever made and the site is now a successful business. The aim of the One Giant Leap podcast is to inspire everyone to achieve a life of freedom, happiness and wealth. He interviews other ‘everyday’ people who have followed their dreams and transformed their lives and those of the people around them. You will find out how they did it, the lessons they've learnt along the way and how you can take that One Giant Leap to build the life you want. This week Damien speaks to Scarlett Montanaro, co-founder of Crack and Cider, an inspirational charity that is both saving and improving the lives of people who are homeless.