Small Business Advice and Marketing sessions
No matter where you’re at, know where to START
So why not learn from us rather than starting from scratch? We have the expert knowledge you need. And we know you will need support with business set-up, marketing, accounting, keeping mentally fit and so much more!
Our one-on-one business sessions aim to guide you in oh-so-many ways. So perhaps you’re interested in discovering your business “why”? Or setting yourself up for success with a pricing analysis and marketing strategy.
So if you’re going to DIY to keep things on the cheap, you might as well get the right advice first!
we believe in changing the world
- supporting people to follow their passion
- empowering business owners, particularly women, while working towards decreasing the gender pay gap
- encouraging others to join us as a social enterprise, making sure we think about who our business affects
- advocating for mental health support, especially for business owners
- decreasing our impact on the environment wherever possible
- and sitting with people where they’re at, knowing we don’t always have to fix it (even though we totally can).
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"Meg has become someone who I can trust, and has understood the why of my business, right from the start. She gets to know your content as if it's her own, and has the ability to help you process things that you might be too scared of. Having someone who is invested in you and your business, and who helps take you back to your why when you're doubting yourself - it's integral."
Carla Duncan, Keynote Speaker
"Thank you for all your support Meg. It has meant a great deal to me and also restores my faith in human nature that there are still some truly genuine people out there in the world."
Dave Lammin, Sea7
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