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Hair Popp founder Dominique – being a female founder in 2021 [documentary]

by Dominique
11th June 2021

Hair Popp founder Dominique participated in a documentary, sharing what it means to be a female founder in 2021 in the West Midlands.

The documentary, SHE, sheds light on what it means to be a female entrepreneur in 2021. Sharing stories from around the West Midlands from a range of established and emerging female-led businesses, SHE is a documentary which showcases ambitious, creative and successful women in a range of industries that continue to face barriers in their respective fields. An inclusive documentary that aims to spark conversations across areas such as gender, race and disability.

Watch below and leave a comment on what you think about our Hair Popp founder Dominique.

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Description taken from Punch Records Online (YouTube)

See Her Empowered. See Her Elevated. See Her Entrepreneurialism.

SHE sheds light on what it means to be a female entrepreneur in 2021. Sharing stories from around the West Midlands from a range of established and emerging female-led businesses, SHE is a documentary which showcases ambitious, creative and successful women in a range of industries that continue to face barriers in their respective fields. SHE is an inclusive documentary that aims to spark conversations across areas such as gender, race and disability.

CREME and Punch have co-commissioned this must-watch documentary to shine a spotlight on inspirational female-led businesses in Birmingham and the West Midlands. It aims to educate, inspire and empower people around the world.

Directed by Tenisha White

Co-produced by Tenisha White & Daniel Alexander Films

Assistant Producers Leilah Bell & Jemma Kinzett

Filmed & edited by Daniel Alexander Films

Co-commissioned by CREME and Punch.

SHE is a part of a wider discussion around enterprise in Birmingham and the West Midlands, which began with “The P Word”, a nine-month business and leadership development programme for diverse artists and entrepreneurs. Co-designed with its participants, The P Word is being led by Punch and the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship “CREME”- at Aston Business School.

Starring

Frankie Heekin & Becky Powell – BA-HA

Cherrelle Skeete – Blacktress UK

Naomi Spencer – Candy Bubbles

Jamelia

Dominique Lescott – Hair Popp

Cheryl White – ACT CIC

Helen Mason – Freewheelin Dance

Lady Leshurr

Sima Gonsai – Sima Gonsai Films

Samantha Thodhlana – Bonafide Supernova

Victoria Mannering – Victory Fitness

Tonia Daley-Campbell

Naomi Minto – Sisterhood on Wheels

Special thanks to

Michelle Irving

Victoria Tew Ayola

Lee Jordan Bailey

Lighthouse Young People’s Centre

Music

Rachel Rose – Pretty Damn Special

Mr Figz – Be Mine

Relley C – PLT

This documentary aired on Punch Record Online YouTube channel in June 2021.

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