BEFORE BOOKING HUN, PLSSSSS NOTE THAT: • WE DO NOT GIVE REFUNDS • BABIES ARE ALLOWED BUT NOT OLDER KIDS, AS THEY GET BORED AND ARE TOO NOISEY - SORRY LIL PEOPLE • PHOTOS WILL BE TAKEN AND USED ON OUR WEBSITE, SOCIAL MEDIA - IF YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR PIC TAKEN, PLS CAN YOU LET US KNOW ON THE DAY.
The kids have gone back to school and hopefully you have survived Half Term - you maybe feeling a bit lost or have just lost the will to live or maybe just feel uber deflated?? Or you maybe a new mum and totally have no idea what you are doing let alone who you are.
25th April we want YOU to join us for a real life experience that brings together everything that you see, hear, and learn, online, an event that will combine it all through community, connection, and collaboration.
We have noticed the emerging need for a different level and style of support.
We don't know about you , but we love social media and all things online just as the next mama... but there's really nothing like doing self-work in person (there really is nothing close to eye to eye contact), surrounded by women who happen to be mothers just like you, who are supporting you and championing you.
It’s no longer enough to download an app/online course, and hope for the best, or to sit locked away in your living room behind your laptop, and think you’ll be wildly successful.
We think that you need honest support, and specific strategy from the people who have been there and done it before.
….And this means you get to learn the good, the bad and the ugly too!
We know you need super practical steps you can implement to see tangible progress, growth, and results - whether it is for a business idea or just how to get through the day with a optimistic outlook.
That’s why we decided to create this very spesh event for you - where you will learn 5 key tips on how to find ya groove and how to create a profession that you love from your kitchen table (whilst being a mum), we will be talking from how to find your passion to getting your idea into first gear and then accelerating the sh!t outta of it. You will learn invaluable lessons from mega mumbosses who are pioneers in their own field! FROM PR TO DIGITAL we have an expert MUMBOSS from every angle!! This event is for everyone who wants/needs:
A REASON TO GET OUTTA THE HOUSE INSPIRTAION DIRECTION MOTIVATION SUPPORT NEW FRIENDS A NETWORK A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
When Michelle Kennedy, former Director of Bumble, used her dating app expertise to solve the problem of motherhood loneliness, the new mother's app Peanut was born.
Designed to bring like-minded mothers together, Peanut is a friendship app which matches mums based on an algorithm combining location, interests, how the user sees themselves as a mum - 'powered by caffeine', 'routine queen', 'hot mess'? - and the age of their child or children.
Founded in 2017 by Kennedy and Greg Orlowski - co-founder of Deliveroo and its former CTO - today, Peanut boasts a 300k-strong community.
JO TUTCHENER SHARP - https://www.instagram.com/scampanddudejo/ Scamp & Dude was created by Jo Tutchener-Sharp, founder and previous MD of Beauty Seen PR. With a long history in the world of fashion and beauty, Jo directed PR campaigns and arranged events for high profile individuals and brands such as Tom Ford, Matthew Williamson, Dolce & Gabbana, Vogue, Estee Lauder, Topshop, NARS and The BRIT Awards. In October 2015 Jo’s life took a difficult turn when she suffered a brain haemorrhage. She had to leave her children for a lengthy stay in hospital to undergo life threatening brain surgery. Every parent understands the feeling you get when you have to leave your child, whether it be a business trip or first day at school. That knot in the stomach and the ache in the heart. It was this moment that inspired Jo to create a brand that helps children feel more secure when apart from their loved ones, and Scamp & Dude was born. From something dark came something light.
Clemmie Telford is a few different things. Mum of 3. An instagrammer/blogger (motherofalllists.com) sharing an honest, unedited account of life, where no topic is off limits. She’s also a freelance Creative Director. Since leaving a job at Facebook to have a baby she is now offering ‘full service consultancy’ to brands. Working on everything from ideas, social strategy and of course #ads.