If you read my last blog, you will know what lead me to start LoveRose Lingerie. I’ve always loved lingerie. Before cancer, I was that girl that wore matching sets even under a tracksuit (my lingerie was, and always will be, only for me!). It has the power to help me feel good about myself, gave me a secret confidence, my armour, get me ready for my day, that was all BBC (before breast cancer). I am not going to focus on treatment here - there are lots of informative blogs f
Emma Little, Founder and CEO of ExecSpace talks about what it takes to set up a successful business in an overcrowded market. Emma founded ExecSpace in 2008 and over the past decade, she has grown it to become Scotland’s leading venue finding agency. “When I came up with the concept of venue finding, I genuinely thought I’d invented the idea! - so I was surprised, after doing some market research, to discover it was actually a massively crowded market place. This is never pu
My company, Vilo Sky, is hosting it’s very first conference, ‘Managing to be Dad’, on the 26th November this year. It’s a scary and exciting time. We have fantastic partners, great speakers and a venue with a view of Edinburgh Castle. So far so good. However, this is new territory for us. I’m no event manager and we’ve never hosted anything like this before. Organising a large event is stressful. Very stressful! So the question I keep asking myself is why. Why bring on all th
I was thrilled to be invited to speak recently at Heriot-Watt’s Edinburgh Business School. Each year, they run an Entrepreneurial and Creativity course as part of their MBA, teaching the theory and practice of becoming an entrepreneur. As part of the course, they invite business owners from all different fields to come and present to the delegates. The idea is to showcase the broad range of industries and types of entrepreneurial businesses that currently exist in the UK
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