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In the daily battle of brand recognition you need to ask yourself: “will your potential customers think of you when it is time to buy?” Let’s be real here; branding is consistent hard work once you know what the hell you are doing.
By Woman Entrepreneur Magazine
Aug 13, 2018 · 6 min read
When you think about the most important part of a child’s school day, what comes to mind? Is it reading? Science? Math or history?
By Growing Up In the Valley
Aug 29, 2018 · 3 min read
With their big smiles and Instagram-friendly appearance, Ella and Drew Locke look like the perfect Millennial couple. Just over three years after meeting, the PE teacher and professional rugby player have changed careers, travelled around Australia, got married, and set up a business combining their passions.
Aug 30, 2018 · 5 min read
With her disarming smile, Mini Yadav comes across as a savvy businesswoman. She is the Managing Director of the Gurugram-based Sugar & Spice India Pvt. Ltd., the 28-year-old company which deals in manufacturing and retailing of quality bakery & confectionary products.
By Bakery Review
Jul 27, 2018 · 5 min read
Tell us, David, why did you decide to study and dedicate your life to photography? Photography has been a lifelong passion for me. I started making photos when I was young and attended my first darkroom course around the age of 11. I have taken several breaks from photography but around 2006 I found that I had a renewed enthusiasm for photography and was making a lot of images and videos with my friends. Around that same time I realized that I needed to refine my understanding of certain aspects of photography. So, eventually in 2009, I enrolled in school to pursue an MFA in photography. There is something fascinating to me about the idea you have in your head when making a photograph and then seeing how the result differed from your expectations.
By lamono magazine
Mar 29, 2018 · 7 min read
Georgia Hodges’ love for design blossomed in 2013 when she would spend countless nights sewing clutches in her mum’s kitchen. Her hobby soon turned into a business when she began posting her creations on Instagram, and started receiving requests from people wanting to buy them. The next two years saw Georgia launch her first basic online store, complete an internship at Discount Universe, and create her first collection of manufactured clutches and wallets.
By TEO Magazine
Jun 11, 2018 · 4 min read
have no friends in Athens” is from a Taki Chan song I used to listen when I was a teenager; a song anyone can relate to. Another song is a reference to a famous single by the Greek band Trypes and there’s another one I borrowed from Alexandros Voulgaris, a.k.a the Boy. More songs coming soon; the list of the songs about Athens is very long.
By OZON Magazine
Mar 28, 2018 · 3 min read
There’s no doubt that hedgehogs are one of our nation’s favourite wild animals. So many people recall hearing the snuffly sounds of hedgehogs foraging in their gardens and their excitement on seeing one. But have you ever asked why you don’t see as many hedgehogs these days?
By Fine Magazine
Aug 7, 2018 · 5 min read
Imagine a private affair tucked away in an Italian estate and set against a backdrop of terra cotta, natural greenery and vibrant gem tones. A free form, organic bouquet tied with flowing ribbon makes the perfect bridal companion while a citrus-dotted tablescape awaits the celebration.
By Tulle Magazine
Oct 10, 2017 · 7 min read
If someone refers to Grace as swanky one more time I’ll scream,” says Kate Percival, with a laugh, as we sit in the lounge of Grace Belgravia, London’s only health, wellbeing and lifestyle club exclusively for women. While she’s clearly joking, her frustration is understandable – the organisation is on another intellectual level to the showy London venues that some people join simply to be seen.
By Tempus Magazine
Sep 3, 2018 · 7 min read