Nikita

Hi my name is Nikita! I am 21 years old and am currently studying for an English Literature degree, at the University of Gloucestershire. I enjoy reading, baking and playing the piano! I came to the Women's Business Club as an intern and my current role at the is PR Assistant where I pretty much support wherever I can.

Posts by Nikita

GDPR – What Happens Next?

GDPR – What Happens Next?

Over the last couple of years many business owners have been nervously anticipating the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Now it’s been put in place, what next? What happens to the business landscape for big and small organisations alike? The experts at Romax discuss. When it comes to this question there are
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Benefits of Volunteering

Benefits of Volunteering

3 years ago I was asked to be a trustee for a local charity. At the time I could only commit one afternoon a month, it hardly seemed enough, but the charity assured me it was making a difference. The charity is called Square Pegs Charity who provide a creativity and well- being hub in the
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Emma Heathcote-James: Little Soap Company

Emma Heathcote-James: Little Soap Company

My accidental journey started by wanting to find a creative hobby to get me off my laptop and to start doing my own thing. My background was in PhD research in the anthropology of religion, which took me straight into broadcast and television research. A few years after moving to the Cotswolds I was desperate
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Charitable Giving Boosts SMEs Bottom Line

Charitable Giving Boosts SMEs Bottom Line

About Work for Good Work for Good is a social enterprise on a mission to unleash the giving power of the business world. Business giving currently represents a meagre 2% of UK charity income. We want to change that by making business giving easy and good for business, and create a major new source of
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Romi Sovova – Interview with Founder of PensionBee

Romi Sovova – Interview with Founder of PensionBee

Seeing an Opportunity to Make a Difference to an Important Market Romi Sovova, Chief Executive Officer at PensionBee, tells us about how she first went into business, her best and worst decisions and more about her company PensionBee.  Tell us about your dream job as a child.I wanted to be a lawyer, but I think
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Inspiring Stories: Kerry Seymour – Work Life Balance VA Services

What I do Work Life Balance VA Service provides individually tailored, professional and time efficient virtual assistant support. I support busy solopreneurs and small businesses with their admin and project-based tasks so that you can focus on their core business, growing their business and (hopefully) creating a good work life balance! My career experience is
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Chani Martin: M&M Promotions

Chani Martin: M&M Promotions

M&M Promotions work closely with our clients to understand their business, their customers and the marketing strategy. With that information we are able proactively suggest and help to plan a promotional merchandise campaign that is individually tailored to your business. We started out selling mugs pens and rulers, and we still sell a lot of
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A Woman in a Man’s World

A Woman in a Man’s World

An Interview with Charlotte Poole-Graham Financial Adviser When did you know that you wanted to be a financial adviser?I started off in Marketing in the industry and soon came to understand the significant difference good financial advice can make to people’s lives. Many people find it hard to find someone they can trust due to the history of the industry as a whole and therefore were not seeking financial advice that could significantly improve their lives. I wanted to combat that and become a

Romy Gill – Moving to England with a Suitcase, Wealth of Cooking Knowledge and an Ambitious Dream

Romy Gill – Moving to England with a Suitcase, Wealth of Cooking Knowledge and an Ambitious Dream

Romy Gill MBE is a distinguished chef who owns and runs her own restaurant named Romy’s Kitchen in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire. Romy grew up in India and when she moved to England, she only brought with her a suitcase, a wealth of cooking knowledge and an ambitious dream. Tell us about your business? Welcome to
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How to Get the Most Out of Your Magazine Adverts

How to Get the Most Out of Your Magazine Adverts

Advertising in magazines is something that hasn’t changed over the years. They are there to help keep the cost of the magazine itself down and are the reason some are free. But how often do you look at the ads? Do you look at all of them? What is it about those ads that you
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