Posts Tagged ‘freelance work’

Flexible work opportunities for mums with The Home Club

Sep 28 2014

I know a lot of you mums out there would love to go back to work. You may have a child and feel like there is just something holding you back from getting back to work, like child-care, or that sudden lack of flexibility you will suffer from stepping back into the office.

Believe me, I have lost count of the number of times my mum has told me she gave up a brilliant career to mother the four of us, as well as 2 step brothers. She claims that she doesn’t have the time to go back to work anymore, to which I respond “What if there was something you really wanted to do? Would you find the time?”

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Join Milkly for London Mums, FREE online platform to showcase & sell your products

Mar 27 2013

Following the introduction at the International Women’s Day Conference we are delighted to announce Milk.ly for London Mums: a unique FREE online platform to showcase female entrepreneurs’ businesses (handmade products / creations) that will eventually lead to sales generation. www.milk.ly/londonmums

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Top Tips for Freelance Parents

Jul 12 2012

Thinking of going back to work? Read my top 5 tips for any parent looking to enter the freelance market.

 

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Great flexible freelance work opportunity for mums (only 8 hours a week) for an Italian speaker

Oct 13 2011

Italian Speaker wanted: Our business is called Half-Pint Chic and we run weekly online sales of baby and children’s clothes at up 70% RRP.

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From mum to mumpreneur: mum of two Emily becomes the inventor of Bundlebean

Oct 04 2011

A few weeks ago I received a phone call from Emily saying ‘I just remembered I am London Mum number 30’! It made my day. Mum of 2, Emily Goodall, is not only an active London Mum but also the founder and inventor of BundleBean, the only 5-in-1 waterproof baby blanket with an ingenious and unique design that means it fits snugly on to all buggies, bike seats, baby carriers, infant car seats and can open out flat for use as a picnic rug or play mat. Emily invented BundleBean after becoming frustrated at the amount of expensive kit required to keep her new baby warm and dry in different circumstances.

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