From poor work-life balance to incompetent bosses there are a lot of reasons why people quit their stable jobs to become independent or launch a business of their own – but few of those involve an AGA cooker.
Preena Gadher, co-founder and MD of award-winning agency Riot Communications, had been working at Penguin Random House for almost six years in 2008 when a conversation about the iconic oven prompted her to take the plunge.
“I left because career progression in publishing tends to be quite slow, but if I’m honest I didn’t think I really fitted in there,” Gadher says.
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