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with Jeremy Meltzer

When you design something that positively changes the lives of over half a million people, people begin to pay attention. We sat down with Jeremy Meltzer, the founder of i=Change in this edition of In Their Shoes. Jeremy describes how the concept began and shares his vision for the company's future. A fascinating read about giving back and supporting the human race.

with Natalie Ravalico

Planning your next getaway? Want to explore more of Australia? Take it from us, the wine country of McLaren Vale in South Australia is a must-visit destination. And we have the perfect place to stay - Ripple at Port Willunga. In this week's edition of In Their Shoes we spoke to owner, Natalie Ravalico about how she set up her Airbnb destination and why it's so popular, that it's booked out for months.

with Jessica Crema

Want a unique piece of hand made jewellery to last you forever? Something that no one else will have? Say hello to the Melbourne designed jewellery label, Jessica Crema. Named after the founder, we were fortunate enough to meet with Jessica to learn more about her inspirations and how she creates her stunning pieces. Another creative soul featuring in this week's edition of In Their Shoes.

with Kate Bezar

In this week's edition of In Their Shoes we sat down with Kate Bezar, one of the co-founders of The Better Packaging Co. TBPCo is the company that produces the satchel bags used to ship our cherrichella shoes. We learn from Kate how these compost bags are made and what impact COVID-19 has had on their business.

with Tash Strachan

Addicted to coffee? Ever wanted to start your own café? How about 3 cafes? We sat down with Tash Strachan from Kodama Coffee to talk about how three of the best local cafes in Melbourne's inner west have been set-up. How the menus of each café were created and what goes into making the perfect cup of coffee.

with Dr Krissy Dowlin

We meet Dr Krissy Dowlin in this week's edition of In Their Shoes. Sitting down over a cup of coffee we learn from Krissy how she went about setting up her own healthcare practice - The Joie Project. Having studied Health Science, Chiropractic and Naturopathy, Krissy shares with us 3 tips for anybody looking to make a healthy change to their current lifestyle.

with Rosa-Clare Willis & Andrew Ford

In this week's edition of In Their Shoes we caught up with Rosa-Clare Willis and Andrew Ford who founded the D.I.Y. pottery brand Crockd. We learn how the idea came about and what social purpose exists behind the Crockd brand. This is a great read for any young entrepreneur looking to bring their idea to life.

with Ally Richardson

Running the best café in Port Fairy is no easy feat. In the week's edition of In Their Shoes, we caught up with Ally Richardson to understand what it was like setting up her very first business in one of Victoria's most stunning coastal towns. We learn what goes into making a great coffee and we get the inside scoop on her new venture at The Oak & Anchor Hotel

with Naomi Holt

This week's edition of In Their Shoes has us talking with Naomi Holt. The former Miss Universe Australia finalist and talented model talks to us about how the modelling industry has changed over the years. Naomi provides advice to anyone considering modelling as a career and we learn how Naomi is using her platform to promote self care and body celebration to women of all shapes and sizes.