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Sister Snog loves : Shimmer, sparkle & shine

Delegates’ delight
The Time to Shine Conference promises to be the ultimate business boost for femmepreneurs who are building empires. Big and small. Two jam-packed days of success strategies, tactical tools and invaluable insights from the good and the great who are at the top of their game. Each and every speaker has been handpicked. Then there’s the Resource Centre. Brimming with knowledge from the conference sponsors. Brilliant brands with buckets of know-how. An eclectic mix of exhibitors, ranging from essential business resources such as Emily Miller from Marshall Walker, the font of all knowledge about LinkedIn, to fun and frivolous products and services, guaranteed to make you swoon. Go and see Miss Ballooniverse and see what she’ll create for you from a balloon. A truly amazing collection of brain food. All under one roof, culminating with the Diamond Club Awards ceremony.

In the spotlight
Taking centre stage at the Time to Shine Conference is the extraordinary Alexandra Watson. Best selling author. Mentor. Marketer and Business Coach. She’s a lady in demand by media moguls-&-magnets of TV, radio and the glossies. Alexandra never fails to energise a room. She’s passionate. She’s dynamic and will take you on a journey that will empower you to turn dreams into a reality, make aspirations accessible and show you how to make ‘Success City’ your next stop. Alexandra is one of the wonder women of the entrepreneurial revolution, which is sweeping the economy.

Sister Snog is going for gold!
There’s never been a better time for go-getting women to step out of the boardroom and turn their passions into an exciting and successful business. Just like Alexandra. She’s the real deal. Over the years she has been the go-to person for [...]

Sister Snog loves : The new girl in The City

Head Girl
This was the evening Carlie Parkinson’s vision became a reality. You could call her a serial entrepreneur. Carlie, who hails from the land of maple syrup and Mounties, started a fashion and art market in Vancouver after being inspired by London’s amazing markets. Then, when she knew she was returning to the UK, she drew on her experiences in Canada and took a project she’d completed in Toronto, moulded it to make it her own and called it Covet London.
‘Our business Covet Girl showcases London’s hardest working women and their amazing businesses. It’s the who’s who and where to go guide, leading you through the unique neighbourhoods that make London special. From Brixton to Barnes, Holborn to Notting Hill this book will show you hidden treasures you didn’t know about and celebrates your favourite haunts.’
‘Know The City Like You Own It’
Covet London is a cross between a coffee table Debrett’s, your fave handbag sized glossy (we’re big fans of Red at #snogtowers) and Chambers UK. But rather than being jam packed with lawyers across this green and pleasant land, it’s brimming with brilliant business women based in Londinium. It’s gloriously glossy. It’s classy and the stars of the show are smart, sussed and extremely sassy business women. Every page is a little masterpiece with racey-pacey-sing-song copy that tells the story behind the each business. And paints a picture of the women behind the brand. The photography is nothing short of stunning. The handbook is a handy guide. A map of discovery of fine food, fashion, fitness and all things feminine, complemented by a compendium of service based businesses that offer a suite of must-have expertise every entrepreneur needs, wants [...]