Latest News

Wye Valley Brewery is delighted to announce Abbie Gadd’s appointment as Head of Sales & Marketing, a new role that is set to absorb her existing position as Marketing Manager.

Abbie will be one of three women in senior management positions at Wye Valley Brewery, out of a possible five, something rarely seen in an industry that has been typically male-dominated. The new role follows Abbie’s impressive track record overseeing the Brewery’s new product development and marketing, during which time Wye Valley Brewery has seen a dramatic 30 per cent increase in sales.

Read more ...
Latest News

A London-based entrepreneur has created an exciting new scheme for startups. Jamie Doyle has joined forces with a host of well-known business leaders to launch Secrets of the Startup, offering new businesses the opportunity to network with and learn from successful businesses. Green & Black’s chocolate, Nubian Skin and Liz Earle Wellbeing are among businesses taking part in the first networking event of the scheme.

Read more ...
Latest News

We all have mental health, just as we all have physical health. Mental ill health can strike at any time and can affect people from all walks of life.

Although things are improving, stigma still exists around mental ill health. As a society, we don't tend to know how to take care of our mental health like we do our physical health.

Read more ...
Latest News

Success begins with how you start your day; 90% of CEOS wake up before 6AM and half of all self-made millionaires are awake at least 3 hours before their workday.  Your morning routine sets the pace for productivity, and adapting the habits of other successful women, like rising early, eating breakfast and getting in a workout can give you the leverage to achieve your day-to-day and overall career goals. By exploring what works for other women, you’ll be able to tweak and borrow aspects from different approaches to cultivate your own ideal morning ritual. 

Read more ...
Latest News

Women in the top professions are less likely to have studied at Oxbridge than their male counterparts, research has found.

The research, published on Tuesday by the Sutton Trust, in conjunction with the Social Mobility Commission, analysed the educational backgrounds of more than 5,000 of the country's leading people in 37 categories across nine professions.

These included: politics, business, the media, Whitehall and public bodies, public servants, local government, the creative industries, the judiciary and women and sport.

Read more ...
Latest News

A recent report found that British dog owners spend an average of £240 a month on their pooches. Top of the list was food, treats, and toys, totalling £119 as people are opting for higher quality products, as well as spoiling their dogs more than ever before. However, pet-related businesses are emerging everywhere, from an online community of women and their dogs aiming to make the world more dog-friendly to pet mothers wanting natural, safe, and effective pest treatment options that won’t break the bank.

Read more ...