Business Women

How to look and feel your best!

Recognising and accepting your body shape is the first step in creating a positive image that says you care about yourself and in turn this makes you feel confident. Having taken this first step in the last issue, here are a few more simple actions that will help in your journey to always looking and
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Joanna Herbert – A Woman in a Man’s World

Rising star at Lexus, Joanna Herbert is smashing targets and making sales history in an industry that is dominated by men at Lexus Cheltenham! Joanna, formerly a hair dresser from Toni & Guy, found herself as the Business Centre Manager of this exclusive brand just over two years ago through a series of interesting events.
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Sophie Belinda on Starting a Business straight out of University

We chat to British designer Sophie Belinda, who started her own clothing business straight out of university after finishing her degree. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I did a fashion degree at Birmingham University for three years. From then I knew that I wanted to set up my own business so I got
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How to get your perfect knee-length skirt or dress?

At SoSensational, we believe the key to successful business dressing is a capsule wardrobe of trans-seasonal basics and fashion-forward pieces which work together and can be updated, with season-specific tops and accessories. The first important step in looking authoritative and appropriate is to discover your colours. If you haven’t had your colours analysed, why not?
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Fiona Fullerton – An Incredible Journey from Bond Girl to Business Woman

Fiona Fullerton has gone from a child star at age 11 to a Bond girl working with Roger Moore in A View to a Kill, but what really stood out was how down to earth she remained through it all. There is something very special about Fiona and what it most attractive about her is
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BBC Women Want Gender Pay Gap Fixed Now

BBC Women Want Wide Gender Pay Gap Fixed Now, Not in 3 Years Some of the leading female figures at the BBC are banding together to demand that the broadcaster’s embarrassing gender pay gap be resolved immediately rather than in several years, the timetable offered by top management. LONDON (AP) — Some of the BBC’s
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Jada Sezer model. blogger. activist.

Jada Sezer completed her BSc in Counselling Psychology and specialised with an MA in Child Psychotherapy. Her dedication to inspire women and change our skewed perception of beauty led her to direct and model in her own fashion editorials which portrayed women the way she perceived beauty could and should be. Jada later signed to
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Katy Newman-Miller – A Woman in a Man’s World

When did you know that you wanted to be in engineering/construction? Honestly?! Well, I never wanted to be in construction. This part of my life was a complete accident. I wanted to be a professional sports woman! My Gran was in the 1948 Olympic swimming squad so I spent my youth ploughing up and down
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Equal Pay Laws Could Be Scrapped After Brexit

Equal pay laws could be scrapped after Brexit, women’s rights groups warn‘The whole legal edifice is vulnerable,’ according to Michael Ford, a professor of employment law at the University of Bristol Law School. Women won a record number of seats in the general election in June, but women’s groups fear Britain’s planned departure from the
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Safia Minney’s Journey to Pioneering a Sustainable Fashion Label

Safia Minney is a British social entrepreneur and campaigner who has pioneered a sustainable and Fair Trade fashion label, People Tree. Her passion is to provide customers with beautiful, ethical clothing. In 1999, she initiated the World Fair Trade Day which is celebrated on the second Saturday of May each year. In 2009 Safia Minney
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