Grace Beverley

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Lauren Clark

London’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year (Natwest GBEA) and founder of sustainable style brand TALA and fitness tech brand Shreddy, Grace Beverley is a successful female entrepreneur with a global reach of over 1.5 million. An established speaker and podcast host, this purpose-driven leader possesses a Sustainable Business accreditation from Harvard Business School and was named first in Forbes 30 under 30’s retail and e-commerce list at age twenty-three, highlighting her work to accelerate the slow-fashion space. Grace’s inspiring narrative has led to her winning the Good Influence ‘Women in Business’ award, being ranked as the 26th most influential online creator by the Sunday Times and featured in Glamour alongside Emma Watson and Rihanna as one of ‘the 10 amazing multi-hyphenates to be inspired by’. Recognised by the BBC as ‘the 22-year-old taking on the gym wear world’, Grace’s business success speaks for itself; in its first year TALA amassed a following of over 200,000 and total sales of £6.2m.

After a heated nine-way auction, Hutchinson (Penguin Random House) acquired the rights to Grace’s first book ‘Working Hard, Hardly Working’ which was an instant Sunday Times Bestseller. Grace also hosts her own podcast of the same name, moving away from the traditional macho, business podcast rhetoric to get a better understanding of what actually goes on behind the scenes of the brightest success stories.

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London’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year (Natwest GBEA) and founder of sustainable style brand TALA and fitness tech brand Shreddy, Grace Beverley is a successful female entrepreneur with a global reach of over 1.5 million. An established speaker and podcast host, this purpose-driven leader possesses a Sustainable Business accreditation from Harvard Business School and was named first in Forbes 30 under 30’s retail and e-commerce list at age twenty-three, highlighting her work to accelerate the slow-fashion space. Grace’s inspiring narrative has led to her winning the Good Influence ‘Women in Business’ award, being ranked as the 26th most influential online creator by the Sunday Times and featured in Glamour alongside Emma Watson and Rihanna as one of ‘the 10 amazing multi-hyphenates to be inspired by’. Recognised by the BBC as ‘the 22-year-old taking on the gym wear world’, Grace’s business success speaks for itself; in its first year TALA amassed a following of over 200,000 and total sales of £6.2m.

After a heated nine-way auction, Hutchinson (Penguin Random House) acquired the rights to Grace’s first book ‘Working Hard, Hardly Working’ which was an instant Sunday Times Bestseller. Grace also hosts her own podcast of the same name, moving away from the traditional macho, business podcast rhetoric to get a better understanding of what actually goes on behind the scenes of the brightest success stories.