Nikita

Hi my name is Nikita! I am 21 years old and am currently studying for an English Literature degree, at the University of Gloucestershire. I enjoy reading, baking and playing the piano! I came to the Women's Business Club as an intern and my current role at the is PR Assistant where I pretty much support wherever I can.

Posts by Nikita

GDPR – What Happens Next?

Over the last couple of years many business owners have been nervously anticipating the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Now it’s been put in place, what next? What happens to the business landscape for big and small organisations alike? The experts at Romax discuss. When it comes to this question there are
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Benefits of Volunteering

3 years ago I was asked to be a trustee for a local charity. At the time I could only commit one afternoon a month, it hardly seemed enough, but the charity assured me it was making a difference. The charity is called Square Pegs Charity who provide a creativity and well- being hub in the
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Emma Heathcote-James: Little Soap Company

My accidental journey started by wanting to find a creative hobby to get me off my laptop and to start doing my own thing. My background was in PhD research in the anthropology of religion, which took me straight into broadcast and television research. A few years after moving to the Cotswolds I was desperate
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Do I Really Need Web Hosting?

Do I really need web hosting? The quick and easy answer to this question is yes if you have a website. Here at Black Nova Designs Ltd we have businesses move to us almost daily, as our hosting offers increased web traffic, optimised images, and impressive load speed to name only a few of the
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The Art of Promoting Your Business Worldwide

Introducing Donald Brown Donald Brown is an Award Winning Sculptor, Inspirational Speaker, Elite Masters Athlete and Director  of The Global Gallery Limited. His unique triple combination of global marketing for businesses, community social responsibility and high-end quality art is both innovative and groundbreaking. Collectively, these three components support a global arts campaign against bullying and
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Our Book for May – Fight Like a Girl: The Power of Being a Woman by Lisa Bevere

What is the strength of the woman? […] What should upset a woman? And what would fighting like a girl look like if it was done right? We’ve come a long way with destroying gender stereotypes, but there still quite a bit to do. With society still constantly attempting to place women in a box,
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What the Pay Gap Looks Like in Britain – The Instant Group

According to the data revealed by the ONS, Britain has the fifth largest gender pay gap in Europe behind Estonia, Czech Republic, Germany, and Austria, but ahead of countries like Poland and Greece. In London, the gender pay gap has barely changed in over two decades, with full-time female employees earning 14.6% less per hour
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Fredericks Foundation – Providing Loans to Those Who are Marginalised

Fredericks Foundation is a Responsible Finance Provider that provides loans to people who want to set up a new business or maintain or expand an existing business. Fredericks Foundation is a registered charity, founded in 2001 by Paul Barry-Walsh, Fredericks helps those most marginalised such as the long-term unemployed, people with disabilities, ex-offenders, single parents
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Jen Wagstaff – Journey from Party Animal to Girl Boss

You might think sales is a scary business. You might believe that you’re not cut out for it. That’s understandable. It can feel exhausting, even crushing, to get on the phone and chase your sales goals every day. If you wilt at the idea of sales, we’ve selected some ways you can transform yourself into
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Our Book for March – Women and Power by Mary Beard

‘When it comes to silencing women, Western Culture has had thousands of years of practice.’ In celebration of Women’s History Month, our book for March is Women and Power by Mary Beard. This is the great book to start off our book club as it empowers women, fitting for Women’s History Month, to keep using
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