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Starting Up, Starting Out

Starting Up, Starting Out

By Black and Good

In this podcast, our hosts will talk about their experiences when they were starting up and starting out in their entrepreneurial journeys.
Shownotes are on the Black and Good website. Join the conversation in the comments section of each post;
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Episode Two: Identify the Gap

Starting Up, Starting OutSep 02, 2020

Episode Three: Develop your Idea
Sep 14, 202023:13
Episode Two: Identify the Gap

Episode Two: Identify the Gap

In this second episode of the podcast, we discuss how to identify gaps in the market - both in your immediate surroundings and structural gaps.

For entrepreneurs, gaps are essentially opportunities disguised as voids, niches that need to be filled but have not yet been seen. So in order to transform these gaps into opportunities, entrepreneurs need to know how to identify gaps with which they can work.

Check out the full show notes here:


Sep 02, 202023:24
Bonus Episode: Routes to Power
Aug 17, 202021:24
Episode One: Meet Jessica Agboola and Milambo Makani

Episode One: Meet Jessica Agboola and Milambo Makani

Get to know the Starting Up and Starting Out podcast hosts Jess and Milambo.

In this episode, Jess Agboola and Milambo Makani interview each other and reveal who they are and what they are about by sharing stories from their own business origin story.

For more information about them, you can head to

Aug 04, 202022:11
Starting Up Starting Out - Trailer

Starting Up Starting Out - Trailer

Starting Up Starting Out is a fortnightly podcast that focuses on the things you should consider before you start your business.

So many entrepreneurs are building their businesses on flawed foundations because they didn't take the time to plan effectively, research properly and map out the journey before the started. 

Every other Monday, we'll tackle a new topic.

May 02, 202001:04