What happens when a creative business gets stuck? Mel Hayes shares some strategies that have helped her to unblock and move forward.
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After feeling that she’d lost everything Aelita Lori started over and has used new technology to reinvent her business.
Juliana is building a digital media consultancy while she’s a student. Networking is at the heart of her strategy.
Business woman and musician Anna Mudeka, a Zimbabwean living in Norfolk, has performed with the greats of world music and been honoured for her role as an ambassador of African culture. Anne Francis caught up with her in to find out more.
Miranda Sharpe has been an established Jewellery designer maker for 12 years. A mum with a home-based studio, she shares her journey and top tips with Annette Naudin.
Collaboration is helping independent traders in the Norwich Lanes to thrive despite the economic gloom. It creates a positive atmosphere and a great customer experience.
Tiffany’s success shows the value of building your business around a high-quality niche market. With every garment designed and manufactured in Britain, it’s also a British manufacturing success story.
Before you visit a potential new customer, it can be a good idea to check their website to help you understand their brand image. If you look like you fit in, that customer will be able to picture you fitting in with their business more easily.
The Rustic Rose revamps vintage & antique furniture with a beautiful ‘shabby chic’ style. Launched 2 years ago, the team have just moved into their own studio.
When she founded Persephone Books to resurrect ‘forgotten’ novels, Nicola Beauman had no inkling of the cult status it would achieve – nor that one of her titles would become a Hollywood movie.
Having left school with no qualifications Sissy built a career and got her education the hard way. She now uses innovative methods to keep kids on the right track and to inspire them to get the most out of their own educational opportunities.
Six women from one small town share their experience in 60 second videos. The passion is contagious!