Fashion or design focused?

girls talk london_sep17Girls Talk London are partnering with luxury high end designer Lucy Choi London (niece of Jimmy Choo) as part of our I am Mogul Pop-up festival. This is an excellent opportunity if you wish to pursue a career in Fashion/Design or have ambitions to start your own business.

Lucy Choi London invites you to their Mayfair Boutique on Tuesday 21 November 2017 at 6:30pm to have an exclusive sit down one-to-one chat with the founder and designer Lucy Choi who is the niece of legendary designer Jimmy Choo to find out how she has built her fashion brand and how she has become a leader in a competitive business.

Afterwards, Celebrity Fashion Stylist, Denise Brown, will join Lucy for a Q&A sharing her story on how fashion changed her life and answering all your style and fashion queries! Denise has worked with celebrities such as Rihanna, Kanye West, Ed Sheeran and Vogue UK Editor Edward Enniful, and her vibrant energy helps her clients look and feel their best and she wants to support women to make their own rules in life and work!

For more information and to register – using the student discount code GTLSTUDENT – go to www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/i-am-mogul-pop-up-festival-an-evening-with-lucy-choi-london-tickets-37790441227.

Lets Talk Africa/Africa First

Let’s talk Africa event took place on 30 November 2012 at the Downing college, University of Cambridge, and you can find resources from the event at  www.letstalkafrica.org.  The event aimed  to provide a platform where University students: both post- and undergraduates, could hear about opportunities inherent in Africa and how they can explore them. Recruiters also attended the summit.

FlyingStart Online: self employment webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Free webinars lasting one hour with 30 minutes of the presentation followed by 30 minutes for you to ask your questions.

Remember to check out all the upcoming webinars by going to: http://www.mihmentoring.com/webinars/upcoming-webinars

Entrepreneurial tips?

The 2012 Young Entrepreneurs Festival (YouTube) on 17 and 18 September 2012, organised by The Tech City Investment Organisation, in partnership with the Creative Pioneers Can-Start programme of the IPA and Metro, and supported by ad:tech London, brought together 70 of the brightest aspiring young entrepreneurs to compete for a chance to pitch to angel investors and potentially raise seed funding for their business idea.

Business planning

for starting up – http://bit.ly/fiMeIX
for growth – http://bit.ly/lZfi8U
While we have always said that planning is the key to the success of your business, it is a common misconception that the planning only occurs at the start of the process. Planning is positive habit and the new year is a very good time to stick to it. So we have two guides for you – one for those of you just starting and one for those of you who have started.