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“We won best stall, whoop, whoop . . .” the text I received from the very excited MD of Sixth Scents made my day, I am a very proud business adviser!
I became involved with Young Enterprise again last September, 19 years after my first experience as a student. The organisation has grown over the years but the basic concept remain the same. Young Enterprise’s mission statement is “to inspire and equip young people to learn and succeed through enterprise.”
I have been working with a company called Sixth Scents at Pershore High School. Once a week I join them for a business meeting and always return to the office bouncing and ready to go. The enthusiasm and creativeness from such young entrepreneurs is enlightening.
Working with Catherine Lewis from Balmolgy they have created a range of 100% natural lip balms. I know I am biased but I am hooked, the product really does work! My favourite is ‘Comforting Coconut’.
We were delighted to receive a letter in the post this week from a very happy customer. Louise England kindly sent us all the feedback and compliments she has received so far with regards to her new website; www.louiseengland.co.uk – the list filled an A4 sheet! Louise also enclosed a couple of her business cards hot from the printers. We can now agree with her they are stunning!
We created the branding for Louise England’s new business which offers lifestyle and home personal assistant services. The branding reflects Louise’s positive outlook on life and her calm yet very efficient personality. The clouds represent the ‘relaxed’ and ‘floating on clouds’ feeling the client will experience after bringing Louise into their lives. We used the branding and illustrative icons to design a business card and promotional flier ready for the launch of Louise’s new business earlier this month.