Business Women

100 Years Since Women Got the Vote – But Our Society is Still Sexist?

It is inspiring in this centenary year to hear about the formidable work of the Suffragette and Suffragist movements, securing for women the right to vote and stand for election – it’s part of the basic history of our “island story” that is seldom told. Much has been achieved as a result of this change
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Inspiring Stories: Kerry Seymour – Work Life Balance VA Services

What I do Work Life Balance VA Service provides individually tailored, professional and time efficient virtual assistant support. I support busy solopreneurs and small businesses with their admin and project-based tasks so that you can focus on their core business, growing their business and (hopefully) creating a good work life balance! My career experience is
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Are You Really Charging Your Worth?

One of the biggest problems women come up against in business is pricing their business services. This all comes down to knowing your value. How do we determine value? Well we start by looking at what you’re providing your ideal client, both tangibly and intangibly. So your service may result in your client gaining more
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What Sport has Taught me About Business

I’d like to tell you a story about a shy and quiet little girl… At 9 years old I was quiet, shy but a pretty sweet kid (if I say so myself!). I’d had several operations on one of my ears which meant I’d missed school and didn’t have any close friends. I don’t know
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Chani Martin: M&M Promotions

M&M Promotions work closely with our clients to understand their business, their customers and the marketing strategy. With that information we are able proactively suggest and help to plan a promotional merchandise campaign that is individually tailored to your business. We started out selling mugs pens and rulers, and we still sell a lot of
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Chani Martin: M&M Promotions

Our magazine started by accident, we didn’t set out to produce a magazine at all in fact. The original idea was to allow six businesses to advertise on the back of our A6 promotion card for a small fee thereby funding our own marketing initiative whilst supporting some of our member’s businesses at the same
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Taking the Leap into Business as a Single Mum

Abi Howell is a passionate, single mother of a teenage boy, as well as the director of thriving recruitment company, Truly Tailored Recruitment. I first met Abi at a Mastermind Boardroom meeting with the Women’s Business Club. At that time she was doing really well as a director of a recruitment company. She was driven,
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Technology will Widen Pay Gap and Hit Women Hardest – Davos Report

Research into jobs finds men’s dominance in IT and biotech is reversing trend towards equality The gulf between men and women at work – in both pay and status – is likely to widen unless action is taken to tackle inequality in high-growth sectors such as technology, say researchers at this week’s World Economic Forum
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Sophie Cameron Davies – The Young, Up and Coming Designer from Bristol

The Sophie Cameron Davies brand was founded to create garments empowering women to feel feminine, confident and sensual in their everyday life. The British brand specialises in silk shirts, allowing beautiful and delicate fabrics to become an essential in the wardrobe of the cosmopolitan woman. Tell us about your business? My business is a ready
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A Woman in a Man’s World

An Interview with Charlotte Poole-Graham Financial Adviser When did you know that you wanted to be a financial adviser?I started off in Marketing in the industry and soon came to understand the significant difference good financial advice can make to people’s lives. Many people find it hard to find someone they can trust due to the history of the industry as a whole and therefore were not seeking financial advice that could significantly improve their lives. I wanted to combat that and become a

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