Posts tagged Woman in business
Woman in Progress: Jen Wright, Silly Heart

Hi! I’m Jen. I work as a coach and mentor to creative entrepreneurs who want to build their own business in a purposeful, mindful way, and particularly mothers looking to find a better balance between being self employed and the chaos of family life. My focus is on slow, sustainable growth, knowing your worth (a.k.a. charging the right price for your work!), and working in rhythm with your own needs so you can make the most of your energy and productivity, and rest when you need it.

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Woman in Progress: Rosie Davies-Smith, Founder of PR Dispatch

Introducing Rosie Davies-Smith, lover of dogs, tea and diet coke but more importantly the founder of PR Dispatch - the UK’s first and only PR membership platform dedicated to the success of product-based businesses and founder and director of LFA, The Lifestyle and Fashion Agency.  

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Woman in Progress: Olivia Tripp of Weekend:IN

We're happy today to introduce our Woman in Progress Olivia Tripp, owner of Bristol-based business Weekend:IN.  Olivia started her business to help other independent businesses grow their audience through social media, influencer marketing and event organisation - stuff we need to be more familiar with ourselves.  She's been kind enough to get in touch with us and answer our questions giving us an insight into being a young Woman in Progress - thank you Olivia! 

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Woman in Progress: Sidonie Warren from Papersmiths and Two Palms

At the latest count, I think I owned approximately 493 notebooks, with which I will, I'm sure, construct my plans to eventually conquer the world.  My stationery habit has been mentioned before, and it's given free reign to go crazy in the business of this week's Woman in Progress, Sidonie Warren.  Sidonie founded Papersmiths, home of beautiful stationery, in 2012.  We've been huge fans of Papersmiths for a while, and are thrilled that not only has Sidonie agreed to be our Woman in Progress, but also that she's now launching a new business, Two Palms, selling homewares and 'goods for the soul'.  I feel some spending coming on...

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