A PODCAST ABOUT BUSINESS, STRATEGIES, SUCCESS & OF COURSE FEMALE EMPOWERMENT: WAA — WOMEN’S AUTHORS OF ACHIEVEMENT
How do you build financial independence as an artist? How do you attract new talent to your company? How do you build a sustainable beauty brand – or even run a multi-million dollar business? Answers to questions like these are provided by women* who have already done just that: in the WAA Podcast. The acronym stands for Women’s Authors of Achievement and is a podcast series founded and hosted by Daria Suvorova. So far, the Berliner-by-choice has been able to win over around 70 exciting women* for her podcast to interview them on topics related to their work and careers. The areas of expertise of the interviewees are diverse: from hip-hop culture to mental health and psychedelics to data science and fem tech, everything is covered. And above all: many interesting women*. Among them are those whose work I have appreciated and followed for a long time, partners of our agency Cee Cee Creative, friends and companions like Lana Wittig (formerly with Edition F (and now new with TAZ!)), Nadine Michelberger, co-founder of Michelberger Hotel (who now also has a farm), Anita Tillmanns, founder of the Premium Exhibitions fashion fair, Gemma Comabella, founder of an exciting furniture startup called Cooclo, to Susanna Kim, whose sounds make the best events in town unforgettable.
But the WAA podcast is also a chance for me to meet new players, learn from their strategies, and be inspired by thought-provoking ideas. I’ve bookmarked a few episodes for my summer vacation; on my playlist are episodes with Aileen Puhlmann, Constanze Osei, and Deann Evans. With the latter, Daria talked about social commerce. And if you also want to learn a bit more about Cee Cee, listen to episode 71 – Daria kindly invited me as the spokesperson of Cee Cee and our agency Cee Cee Creative to the podcast recording. What will you learn from it? Among other things, how to get featured in Cee Cee and a few insights about the work of our agency Cee Cee Creative. Because we love to support others and also love support: thanks to Daria for the opportunity and to you, our readers, if you listen, share, and recommend.
Text: Nina Trippel / Photos: Donya Joshani & Cottonbro Studio