Success Stories

I DID IT IN MY PYJAMAS by Angela De Souza

I Did it in my Pyjamas “No one can make you feel inferior without your permission.”     – Eleanor Roosevelt Very often, I get asked about the rules and “how to’s” of business, such as: How do I build my business? How can I get more sales? How can I make more money quickly? How did you
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The Mouse That Roars

Not too long ago, I found myself sitting around a table with business women and the conversation had drifted to the subject of introverts. One lady mentioned how an introvert would never admit to being an introvert and implied that they would be too embarrassed to do so, as if it were something to be
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Local Business Woman Does it in Her Pyjamas

BUSINESS WOMAN AND AUTHOR, Angela De Souza, has done it again by penning her 27th book entitled I Did it in my Pyjamas which was released at an unusual launch part on 29th October at Pepper Crescent in Cheltenham.  All were welcome to attend this launch party as long as they wore their pyjamas! Angela De Souza
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Girls and Cars

We recently visited Lexus Cheltenham to chat to Joanna Herbert about her success within a male dominated industry as a business fleet manager.  Lorah Kelly from Strawberry Studios took some fantastic photos which can’t all be included in the Women’s Business Magazine so we though we would share them with you here.  To read Joanna’s inspiring
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Fiona Fullerton – Ballerina and Bond Girl to Property Entrepreneur

Fiona Fullerton opened her home and heart to the Women’s Business New to share her inspiring story with us. We don’t want to give the story away but for now we would like to introduce you to this incredible woman who went from a ballerina to child star at 11 years old and then enjoyed a
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Introducing the American Tour Guide

Growing up in Texas, Amber Raney-Kincade didn’t anticipate becoming a tour guide in London. “I was going to be vice president of marketing for a big corporation,” says the outgoing woman who has been professionally guiding for four years now. “But I became a flight attendant instead, then 9/11 happened, and I ended up living
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Malt House Miracle

Miraculous is the only word that I can use to describe Helen Tweddle’s story of the explosion of her business.  The Malt House Emporium, located on the A46 near Stroud, was built in 1822 on the Manor of Painswick, owned by William Bliss since 1439. Back then it was used as a malt house but today,
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