This fortnight I am thrilled to be able to introduce to you Lola Hoad aka LH Design & One Girl Band. Many of you will already know of Lola and her empowering women in business meet ups she holds in Brighton AND even more excitingly you will have seen her open the OGB studio space in the past couple of weeks!
This week Emma Nicol of Re:Done furniture talks to us about her journey from London arts educator through becoming a mum into working hard to create her dream business. How her experience of there never being a right time to start a creative business but that passion, sheer will, dedication and community can help you break through the boundaries along the way!
Meet Claire, the founder and change maker behind Thrive Hypnotherapy. Like many women who create in business, Claire has several intertwined strings to her expertise bow and shines in all of them. Thrive Hypnotherapy has one very important ethos; to provide, a supportive, safe environment for you to grow and thrive from.
Meet Planted aka YBF nominees Gabriella and Molly, two home cooks with a shared love of all things foodie. Their cooking is all about naturally healthy, seasonal, plant based ingredients that make you feel amazing. And they will be cooking up a storm at the first WWC Weekend plus joining our panel Q&A session on the Sunday to chat all things creative women in business in our changing world of work.
Lyndsey Haskell is the owner of What You Sow, an online community for people who love to grow things. Lyndsey can often be found discussing the merits of greenery and gardening and in particular the benefits of these to general health and mental wellbeing. read on for more info and leafy inspiration
Want to know more about the exceptional women in business who will be coaching, teaching and sharing their skills and experience with the group of 15 wonderful women who are invited to the first Women Who Create Weekend in June? I thought you might!
Meet creative coach Els Pontin who will be sharing her acclaimed business expertise in her session on the first WWCweekend event in June.
After months in the making I am so pleased to share my latest passion project with you all today on the blog. Those of you who follow the fortnightly women in business blog series or are on my mailing list will already have heard a few whispers about this exciting event… but today early bird tickets are on general release and full details are available to all my wonderful followers!
Welcome to the first instalment of Women Who Create Things Their Way series series 2. This year we are moving forward with the project and growing as we go. Adding new faces, skills, areas of expertise and experiences and inspiration to the fold. After a short break over the festive holiday we are back with a fantastic mix of interviewees!
Let’s kick things off with the creative duo Buttercrumble, a design and illustration company who aim to make you smile with their gorgeous playful design and super on it work ethic!
Women Who Create / Ebonie Allard. Today I have the pleasure of welcoming Ebonie to the blog to add a punch of power to the start of your week with her infectious energy and entrepreneur enabling skills. Read on to hear the totally inspiring story of how she turned her life on its head to become the business maven she is today and how she helps misfits like many of us to get to where they want to be in their creative business lives!
Women Who Create / Ana Valls. Today I am happy to introduce the lovely Ana aka Coco Wawa Crafts to the blog. One part sewing fanatic, one part small business owner this lady’s colourful and joyful projects are infectious AND her jersey yarn selection rivals anything i’ve seen online! I look forward to seeing lots of exciting original patterns and collaborations from Ana.
Women Who Create / Kate Rochester. In this fortnight’s edition of women who create things I am excited to introduce to you designer and illustrator Kate Rochester. I first met Kate some years back when she took on a studio space with us in Brighton at our old HQ. Her joyful and colourful work always brings a smile to my face! Her love of colour and texture has filled many a children’s story book, map and more recently murals!
Welcome to this weeks instalment of Women Who Create Things. This week I am happy to introduce you to artist/designer and one of my newest creative peers Helen Hallows. Helen’s work is full of texture, tone and the richness of nature and her no nonsense business practice & advice are extremely refreshing! Her gorgeous home garden studio is a trove of inspiration… take a look for yourself.