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Published: June 3, 2020 | Updated: June 3, 2020

TV chef, entrepreneur and Curry Queen Sarah brings her recipe for success to a new platform

Sarah Ali Choudhury
By Andrew Diprose, editor

One of Dorset’s best known entrepreneurs has launched a new venture.

Sarah Ali Choudhury has devised ‘Success Series’, a new platform helping people in business to grow and develop their skills, enabling them to stand out from the crowd.

It includes a weekly YouTube video providing advice and tips.

Sarah, who is also a TV chef, Indian food expert and Dorset’s very own Curry Queen, said: “Having started my business initially in food and catering, due to Covid-19 and lockdown I decided to change my way of working and focus more on helping other people reach their business goals.

“As I have experienced a really amazing success rate and turnaround in my business, I find lots of people ask me for advice in my sector.

“Success Series will give advice and tips through my social media channels and YouTube.

“People will be able to access information on things like starting  up in business, PR, marketing, applying for awards, getting sponsorship and as much information as I can share in order for me to grow on social media while they can access free knowledge and information.

“I aim to share my knowledge and advice for free through these channels.

“I have spent hundreds during the lockdown on growing and developing myself on social media platforms.

“I have gained some brilliant information and tools and want to share this with people who want to grow their knowledge in our changing world.

“It is so important to be up to date with things like YouTube and I have spent so much money on this over the past few months.

“I feel I could potentially help many people with this without them having to spend thousands of pounds on training.

“I want to offer it to them as a tool to grow and be successful in business.”

Sarah’s YouTube channel can be found here.

  • Sarah is among 52 female entrepreneurs featured in a new book by John Smythe and Ruth Saunders called ‘Female Entrepreneurs – The Secrets of their Success’.

Written to inspire and encourage female entrepreneurship, others interviewed for the book include renowned internet entrepreneur Martha Lane Fox, founder of Dot Everyone; Sarah Turner, Co-founder and CEO, Angel Academe, an award-winning angel investment network and Sian Sutherland, Co-founder of Mama Mio, one of the first brands dedicated to pregnancy skincare and now co-founder of A Plastic Planet.

Female Entrepreneurs – The Secrets of their Success is published in hardback and ebook by Routledge (£29.99) and is available at bookstores and on Amazon.