Small and Mighty Co is a Small Business Hub for independent retailers, brands and creatives. Each month 11 contributing editors (Co's) write an article, each covering their field of expertise. I am so happy and proud to be a part of such an amazing group of incredible women. You can read all of my articles here and you can read my blog post about Small and Mighty Co here.
Sam Burgess, the founder and owner of Small and Mighty Co is an expert on all things Instagram and content marketing, she has some fantastic courses that I highly recommend. You can find all her available courses here. Please note that this is an affiliate link but I would not recommend this unless I really did believe that they are a great value and that you would learn a lot from them. These are aimed at product based businesses but I got a lot of value out of them as well.
Mama Tribe is a business directory, community and information hub for women founded by Danni and they just launched their own market place where members can sell their products As a member you get access to advertising, in-person events and the market-place. Find out more here.
I'm so excited about my first ever video courses. I meet Suzi Witt, founder and owner of Pretty Witty Academy in 2018 and we've kept in touch since and I was so happy when Suzi reached out to ask me to create a course on wholesale and one about trade shows for her academy. If you're in the cake business I highly recommend you join to get access to a wealth of courses and support. To view these courses you need to be a member and you can join here. If you're in the cake business or if you're looking to get into this field, Pretty Witty Academy is filled with a lot of tutorials and courses with new ones added all the time. You can also read my blog post about the courses here. (Please note that this is an affiliate link)
PR Dispatch is the brainchild of Rosie, owner and founder of LFA and now PR Dispatch and a fellow Co. It's a membership platform that teaches you how to do your own PR for £59 per month, they give you the know-how and the contacts so you can DIY your own PR and I think this is a fantastic idea.
Just a card was started by Sarah Hamilton to encourage shoppers to support, value and buy from artists, independent businesses and makers, each purchase matters, no matter how big or small.
I'm hugely passionate about shopping independently and I think for our industry to survive and to continue to be a creative and innovative we need to support our indies. Please join the campaign and help spread the word.