bradley morley

London, United Kingdom

Co-Founder/Co-Host of Stage One Startup - a bi-weekly podcast for startup founders.
bradley's Skills
Online Marketing
Media Interviews
Conducting Interviews
Digital Marketing
Influencer Marketing
Logo Design
Social Branding
Branding Consultancy
Branding Ideas
Social Media Marketing
Social Media
Graphic Design
Business Development
Open to networking with people holding these skills
Branding Consultancy
Branding Development
Branding Ideas
Social Media Measurement
Social Media Marketing
Social Media Strategist
Custom Websites
Website Redesign
Website Production
Website Builds
Website Branding
Website Building
Freelance Writing
Freelance Photography
Freelance Graphics
Design logos
Logo Design
Social Media Blogging
Video Production
Graphic Design Software
Computer Graphics Design
Graphic Designer
Graphic Designers
Motion Graphic Design
Graphic Design

Age Group


About bradley

I don't really like to generalize myself with being an entrepreneur or startup - but more a creator. I enjoy creating things whether that be a specific task/design, or a business in itself.

I started a side-hustle a couple years ago selling quirky knitted ties which I bought for cheap and re-labelled as my own, then charged x4 the amount I purchased for. It did OK, especially for something I didn't class as a business back then - although technically it was, kinda.

I met up with an old school friend of mine, who was a techie. I wanted a website built. After a happy hour round of drinks, we got speaking and he ended up joining me as a co-founder. But I realized we didn't have any knowledge of business and especially growing the thing. Plus I was only 19 and had only been working in a job for 1-2 years so was very strapped for cash. Certainly not enough to cover inventory.

We decided to explore other options like affiliate marketing to earn enough to self-fund the business. After diving deeper into the realms of digital marketing, we learned a lot but still needed guidance from mentors & successful founders. That's when Stage One Startup was born.

We decided to start a podcast where we could chat with these inspiring entrepreneurs and find out how they did it, with getting their advice for fellow startup founders like us - on building and scaling a business.

Now over 1 year into the podcast, we've built up a lot of knowledge about business and so aside from building Stage One Startup into a multi-faceted digital media business, we are in the process of founding a creative digital agency focusing on branding, social and design for SME's, Startups and other businesses in need - as that is where our expertise lie.

I'm always looking to expand my network of like-minded creators, influencers & innovators as well as hopefully find some peeps that might be willing to collaborate with me in business for future projects.


I always see the brighter side to failure. Some use it as a reason to quit, I see it as a learning curve. I'm always gaining something whether it's a success or a failure. If it's a success, then great - I can work on amplifying that success. If it's a failure, great too - I've learned a lot from it and now know to avoid making the same mistake again. Either way - you're a winner. Also in some cases, failure shows that you're taking the extra step and trying new things, getting creative. If you're always succeeding, you're probably not doing enough. - Bradley Morley