Episode 5: The Business of Bold Branding with guest female founder, Mikeila Scheckenbach
Host, Shelley Tilbrook, chats with female founder, Mikeila Scheckenbach, founder of the Bandit Design, about her entrepreneur journey, her drive to start her own design business in her early 20's, building a team and the transition from a graphic design freelancer to a branding agency. She shares her insights, lessons, challenges as well as some branding tips for entrepreneurs.
Mikeila is the Founder, Creative Director and Brand Strategist of Bandit, who are based in Sydney, and work with clients across the globe.
Her bread and butter is understanding people's visions, their target audiences and visualising unique creative solutions that have substance.
She’s passionate about creating a studio that’s genuinely fun to be a part of, where her clients reap the rewards.
"I wanted to work in a team with wonderful people who I wanted to be around and work on really cool projects."
Starting the branding agency at only 24, Mikeila now runs a national team of eight, working with industry disrupting brands across the globe.
In this episode we talk about
building a team and positive culture, experimenting with a 4-day work week, flexibility, remote teams, and attracting your ideal clients through your work output.
We discuss what bold branding means and why it helps you stand out in a crowded marketplace.
Watch the Episode here
Contact the team at Bandit Design Group
The Fruitful Entrepreneurs Podcast
The Female Founder Series was created to raise the visibility of successful female entrepreneurs.
Shelley Tilbrook hosts inspiring female founders to discuss their entrepreneur journey, challenges, lessons and success. We explore a range of business topics including purpose, leadership, scale, courage, mindset, mental health, technology and more.
Fruitful Entrepreneurs Podcast aims to increase the visibility of female leaders in business to inspire a limitless mindset to build your own bold blooming brand, unleash your femme power and positively impact others with a purpose-driven business.