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My WiRE Journey – Dare to Dream

Posted: 5th November 2018

By: Chris Rushton

  My name is Chris Rushton. I wanted to share with you, my journey of being a WiRE member and the success that WiRE has given me to date. My…

10 Tips for Healthy Summer Feet

Posted: 19th July 2018

By: Lorna Pullman

It’s sandal season, so it’s time to think FEET! Here are my top 10 tips for keeping your feet healthy, pain-free and active this summer. 1) Introduce a good foot…

10 Quick Wins For A Better Work Life With Less Stress

Posted: 9th July 2018

By: Imogen Allen

10 Quick Wins For A Better Work-Life With Less Stress Whatever walk of life you have there is always an element of stress in your life. Sometimes, we can cope…

5 top tips to avoid killing your customers and your business

Posted: 3rd July 2018

By: Louise Roberts

Getting food safety wrong can kill your customers and your business. Here are 5 ways to avoid killing your customers and your business as a food business owner. Make sure…

Headshots and Personal Branding Part 1

Posted: 3rd May 2018

By: Ruth Taylor

We all want a good headshot that truly reflects who we are, but we’re not all fighting to get in front of the camera are we?  I understand! I make it…

Against The Odds

Posted: 1st May 2018

By: Janet Hill

Of course, I don’t need to tell you that the history of women in business enterprise is a proud one. In less enlightened times, women tirelessly supported the rural businesses…

When Life Bites You On Te Bum Again! Dealing With Change

Posted: 23rd April 2018

By: Carolyn Trafford

One of the reasons I’m self employed is because back at the start of 2012 I was made redundant.  Redundancy wasn’t a “dark cloud hanging over me” thing, at the…

Six steps to developing a social media plan for your business

Posted: 9th January 2018

By: Esther Partridge-Warner

Every business owner knows that their business needs to have a social media plan that integrates with their marketing strategy and, most importantly, delivers measurable results. But the question is…