New agency models

by Emma Sexton.

19 April 2021.

I had the pleasure of speaking with creator and host Lucy Mann for an episode of her podcast series, the Small Spark Theory® new business podcast. Lucy is also the founder of Gunpowder Consulting.


In this podcast episode, we delve into the journey of MYWW as my first remote-first agency, from its conception to what it is today, discussing my ambitions which underpin the agency to this day, and the challenges I faced.


The original introduction to the podcast, written by Lucy Mann, can be found below.


Click here to listen: Small Spark Theory® Episode 37: Emma Sexton

Emma Sexton | MYWW | Image: Smark Spark Theory

Introduction to Small Spark Theory® Episode 37: Emma Sexton

Written by Lucy Mann

There has never been a better time to rethink the way that agencies deliver their services to clients. With endless technology options, flexible workspaces, and an increasing supply of freelance talent, the barrier to entry for budding agency founders is lower than ever .

So far so good. And yet I’ve met so many founders of small, start-up agencies who are reticent to show their size or ‘virtual’ status for fear of putting off potential clients.

For this episode, I met with the multi-tasking design thinker and doer Emma Sexton, CEO of MYWW™, creator of the Inside Out Awards and co-presenter of TalkRadio’s Badass Women’s Hour.

I wanted to find out how Emma has perfected her remote-first agency without compromising on ambition. Are clients willing to try something new? Or is there still safety in size?

Tune in to find out more.

Original podcast and introduction published on 22nd June 2020

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