Granny Tigg’s Co owners Jacob and Sam James tell us their fascinating story of how they came to start up in business.
From Miss New Zealand to Granny Tigg, this dressing has shared a remarkable journey of over 12,000 miles.
In 1948, at the tender age of 16, a pretty Kiwi girl by the name of Anne Webb entered the competition of Miss Aotearoa (pronounced Air-tee-a-row-a) – the Maori name for New Zealand. Anne was encouraged to put her name in the hat by her father. As you might have guessed – she won, and so began the journey of “Granny Tigg’s” Dressing.
Jacob and Sam grew up with their granny’s “magic orange sauce” and loved it and had always hinted to their parents to give it a go and get it out into the world. However they never found the time with their busy working schedules and so after Jacob finished Uni last Summer, they decided to give it a go.
This interview was broadcast on Radio Horton 10th July 2014.
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Asking the questions is regular guest presenter and renowned people skills training / development trainer, and author Julie Cooper.
Show Host Ian Gentles.
The start of the Granny Trigg’s dressing journey. A rather humorous beginning. Hear it via this 1:37 second interview snippet
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We hear about this brand new business and their creative marketing
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This week the Knowing Your Business show was presented by Ian Gentles and guest presenter Julie Cooper.
Ian Gentles Digital Marketing Specialist based in Banbury Oxfordshire, The founder and Digital Marketing Manager of Knowing Your Business (the business radio show that is a rather useful marketing vehicle with podcasts)
Helps Business towards – increasing their (on and off line) sales and boosting their business reputation.
Deals in the aspect of digital communication strategy concerned with understanding market opportunities, cultivating markets and customers, and generating awareness and demand for product and services.
Often known as somebody who spends at lot of time in online social spaces who also has a deep interest in the spaces where technology, culture and big ideas overlap.
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Julie Cooper is a trainer, coach and author specialising in one to one skills.
Her company, Spring Development (www.springdevelopment.net) offers lively, focused training and development to organisations and individuals that want to flourish and get the best out of their working lives.
Her book, ‘Face to Face in the Workplace: A Handbook of Strategies for Effective Discussions’ has been widely acclaimed, and has featured in The Sunday Times and Guardian Careers . “This Year’s Must Have Book” (HR Director) She understands that busy people need accessible, practical information, which is why her books are packed with instantly usable techniques and tips.
She also coaches other professionals to help them turn their ideas into a book. You can find her books at Amazon or at www.springpublishing.co.uk. Her latest book ‘ Five Steps to Being Heard: How to get your Message Across to the Right Person’ is currently available for free at www.springdevelopment.net
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