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A guest blog from Bev Toogood, owner of Little Sunflowers, bright and bold childrenswear. Here Bev tells us about starting up her own business, and the highs and lows of being a working mum! Hi, I’m Bev, owner of Little Sunflowers, wife to a great husband and mother of two wonderful young sons. I’m 46 […]Continue reading
Over the last two decades I’ve been lucky enough to have several intertwining careers that both connect and reflect each other, but as I look back the journey was entirely serendipitous even though it has worked out pretty well. It all began at school with a keen interest in science and biology and chemistry in […]Continue reading
It all began in October 2006 when my children were aged 13 and 4. I was teaching IT and Business Studies in a secondary school, hating the paperwork but loving the student interaction, hating the lack of freedom but loving the ability to shape young people’s lives. I had accepted a part-time position, teaching just […]Continue reading
First of all let me say I love Twitter, it’s my absolute favourite social media tool and I get huge benefits from it both personally and as a business – but is it an effective e-commerce sales generator? Perhaps not for me just yet…. Historically, as a direct marketer with the likes of BCA (you […]Continue reading
A brand is not just your logo, it is your overall company image, it is you making a statement to your audience about who you are and what you stand for, it is something that builds trust between you and your customer, it can earn you respect and strengthen your proposition and it can make […]Continue reading
It’s been two months since I started up as a freelance writer and it’s been no walk in the park. When I first played around with the concept of starting my own freelance writing business, just the thought of it gave me an adrenalin rush. I believed in myself, I was passionate about writing, and […]Continue reading
This week I thought I would pick up on a topic that I ranted about on my facebook page and Sarah thought would make a good blog! The rant came about after I agreed to do a favour for an acquaintance of one of my clients, they required a poster designing and I agreed to […]Continue reading