1. Tell us a little about yourself.
I’m Rozanna, Club Host for West London. When I’m not hosting the West Clubs I’m often found hanging out in and around Chiswick where two of my Clubs are based. At home I am a baking fanatic, secretly I’d love to be on the Great British Bake Off but I don’t think I’m quite up to Mary Berry’s standards just yet! I also love to travel and explore new places – I have a long list of places I’d like to visit and I hope once I’ve ticked them all off I will have travelled the world.
2. What did you do before becoming a Club host and what are you looking forward to most?
Before becoming the West London ClubHost I was working in one of the Workspace Business Centres. I enjoyed being surrounded by so many different types of businesses and that’s the most exciting aspect of Club for me.
There is such a wide variety of businesses at various stages of development under one roof! The thing I’m most excited about is hosting a wide range of events in our West London Clubs to support and inspire our Club community.
3. What’s the best thing about being surrounded by start-ups, freelancers, and entrepreneurs all day long?
The best thing about being surrounded by so many start-ups and entrepreneurs is watching them grow. It’s amazing to see the progression of someone’s business first hand and watch them succeed and achieve their goals as an entrepreneur. I’m really looking forward to watching the journeys of all of my Club members; it’s an exciting thing to be a part of.
4. What's your favourite pub/restaurant/shop around the Club where you're most often found?
That’s a tricky one, I’m surrounded my amazing eateries in Chiswick! In the morning, I love Gails – they do great coffee and the cinnamon buns are an absolute must! In the evening, The Duke of Sussex is my favourite. They serve incredible tapas – perfect for Friday evening after work with a group of friends.
5. Favourite thing about living in London?
The best thing about living in London is that everything is right on your doorstep, there’s so much to experience and explore. I think when you live here you take for granted the amount of opportunities that are right in front of you in such an amazing city.
6. Last meal on earth, what would it be?
It would have to be a roast dinner with all the trimmings!