the

serious

bits

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But it's not always been sunshine,

Instagram likes and snazzy trousers!

I have always been an overachiever and am obsessively driven by being outside of my comfort zone.

I started my first business when I was 18, finishing my A-levels and looking for a place to call home.

I started with what I knew at the time (I was and forever will be a cocktail snob) but quickly became more interested in the rush of business growth and the buzz of getting to know my clients.

Fast forward a year or so and I headed off to University to study Psychology and Business with Marketing. Hoping that it would help to grow my flourishing business but was left feeling more module'd out rather than entreprenuer'd up.

- I guess that's the thing with degrees, they never really set you up for what you need-

I guess I could have gone for a corporate job at this stage and headed out for my 9-5 life.

But I knew I couldn't do that.

I knew I would never make a great employee and I knew that I wanted to craft my own path regardless of the financial insecurity, the "you should do this'es" and the "are you sure you don't want to find a proper job's."

You see if there's one thing you should know about me - it's that I am a stubborn, passionate and fiercely driven woman and that won't ever change.

And that all lead me to a life of business!

I've always

been

obsessed

with

business

one thing you have to understand though

This business was developed when I realised I was spending more time researching; swotting up and testing theories about social media to find new clients...and that it was blummin' working!

 

Very quickly I found that I didn't want to do the business I had at the time anymore. I wanted to continue to learn about the human behaviours behind social media; test them; put them to use and help my business and other businesses grow, flourish and connect with new clients on a deeper level.

And so Inge Hunter was born, and my passion for all things human behaviour (with statistics and algorithm-ness thrown in for good measure) all came together.

 

And now educating businesses on social media and how to foster profitable relationships continues to drive my passion forwards and into what it is now and continues to grow towards.

this is the harmony of my passion,

my education

and my

fascination

with human behaviour