Welcome to the WOW blog!
This is a blog that has been set up to celebrate all the wonderful WOW winners and their inspirational stories. Setting up a business is a huge achievement, and the WOW community are a group of fearless, inspiring and hard working women and I hope you enjoy reading about their experiences as much as I do!
My name is Liz Wilson and my business is Ma Baker – an award winning micro bakery in the heart of Fulham. I bake, sell, and deliver real bread to the good people of SW6. I also run a range of highly acclaimed Bread Courses, which are listed as one of the top 3 classes… Read More »
In October 2011 we launched Ultimate Wedding Magazine. Originally print, we quickly evolved and launched Ultimate Wedding Digital – the world’s only fully interactive wedding magazine in 2013. As well as reading inspirational articles and features, our readers can also engage with wedding-related video content and products which they can tap-to-buy in seconds. We connect… Read More »
I launched ‘Paperless Wedding’ with my husband while living in New Zealand back in 2009 – a year after our big day. The idea came about whilst we were planning our wedding and talked about sending our invitations out digitally. We had friends and family living all over the world, so sending online invitations would… Read More »
At www.whattowearonholiday.com we believe travel is liberating when you pack light and pack right. We are an online resource for people who love to travel, and who appreciate that the benefits of travel can be enhanced by keeping packing to a minimum. We have free downloadable packing lists, country specific advice, product recommendations, a shop,… Read More »
The concept for Mums Bake Cakes started when I was sourcing a gift for my beautiful niece Davina. At the time she was battling cancer, and enjoyed spending her days with family and friends, sampling cakes at various cafes. Trinkets and flowers didn’t feel like an appropriate present, so I wanted to send her a… Read More »
My name is Amanda Tooke – The Angel Mystic. I am a Spiritual Life Coach, Author, and creator of The MAP (Manifesting Abundance Process). I became a WOW winner in June 2016, but my entrepreneurial journey started long before then when I ran a beauty salon and sunbed studio at the age of 17. My… Read More »
I launched my business ‘And so to Shop’ – an online marketplace, showcasing and promoting independent UK suppliers – in July this year. It is the final piece in my plan to bring handmade items and inspiration to people who love something a little bit different. My aim has always been to help small, independent… Read More »
We have been best friends since the age of 5, followed each other around the world from Sydney, to New York and then London, and so some 30 (ahem) years later in 2014, it seemed fitting to launch a business together. Like many women, having children was the catalyst to start our business as we… Read More »
I launched Elletrepreneur in 2015 with the aim to use technology to streamline legal services and provide startups and SMEs with affordable, bespoke drafted legal contracts for their business, whilst giving a friendly, personable service. I studied law at University, so have always been very passionate about startups and new businesses. After university, I worked… Read More »
I launched SoSorted in February 2017, after many months of planning. Prior to this I had been working in Further Education for 15 years and felt it was time for a change. It all started when I turned 40. I started to review my life and ask questions about what I wanted (and didn’t want)… Read More »
My name is Rachel Fay and I am the Director of Little Learners. Our mission at Little Learners is very simple: help every child to make their mark! How do we do this? Well, the business offers unique and exciting mark making (early writing) classes, events, and parties, all devised by a qualified primary teacher.… Read More »
I launched The Cosy Canine Company back in 2015, and my gorgeous Cockapoo Baxter was my inspiration. I had Baxter from an adorable 8-week-old puppy and the whole family were smitten with everything about him. The only downside to having Baxter was the crate in which he slept. It was big, and ugly. Rather than… Read More »