Episode 15

Riposte editor Danielle Pender and Sabine Zetteler of Zetteler Creative Publicity

Recorded: 10 Aug 2017
Duration: 28:26

Episode 17

0:00 / 28:26

Two women at the helm of two creative businesses talk about just that: running a business, and running a business while being female. Joining us in The Pod at White City Place: Danielle Pender and Sabine Zetteler.

In 2013, Danielle founded Riposte, self-described as a “smart magazine for women”. And, it is. Now on its 8th issue, Riposte has featured an impressively diverse range of women including: Thought Starters alumna Nelly Ben Hayoun, writer and activist Gloria Steinem and Iranian architect Farshid Moussavi. 

Sabine Zetteler is the founder and co-director of Zetteler Creative Publicity, which she started in 2012. Her clients range from young, rising talent, to established industry stalwarts – all, however, share her humanist, optimistic worldview. Some current and past clients include illustrator and artist Camille Walala, paper merchants extraordinaire G . F Smith, and Design and Architecture Norway.

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