In the first week of November in 2017, I hosted the inaugural Mumpreneur Summit. It was an incredible three-day virtual event for mums who want to start their own businesses.
In case you missed the virtual event, you can get the Notes and Resources here, so don’t feel left out! I was blown away by the different ideas, advice and strategies that came from those three days. The topics
At the beginning of November 2017, I embarked on a journey to host my own virtual summit: the 2017 Mumpreneur Summit. It was A LOT of work, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the help and guide of my coach, Bailey Richert, a Business Coach for Beginning + Budding Infopreneurs. She convinced me to run my summit. We put it together in three months, WOW I still can’t believe it! Once she
By Jocelyn Angelica – Guest Post When we think about branding a business on Social Media, what may immediately come to mind is creating a mood board with brand colours and fonts and logos but did you know one of the most important aspects of branding your business is the voice of the business. Giving your brand a voice gives your audience something to connect with. Below are five quick tips on how you can
Starting a business is like bringing a new life into the world, and with any life-changing experience, it takes time. A marketing strategy will help you give birth to your dream business. Many small businesses fail because they don’t consider a marketing strategy before diving into the market. The market is always changing, and the competition must adapt around it. Content marketing has become an essential part of consumer engagement, and you need
Why your target market is important? When you start a business you must be clear on who you’re offering your products or services to. A well defined target market will help you develop an effectively marketing strategy and you, as a busy mother, won’t waste time, money and effort. As a mumpreneur, focusing on one small and specific segment of the market is the best way to go. This is called a
What’s your dream? Where do you see yourself in a couple of years? Working in your home office? Opening your own store? These are the questions to ask yourself when you decide to start your own business. Your dreams can become reality with a solid a goal in mind.
Choosing a long-term goal
When you choose a long-term goal to work towards you are taking the first step in achieving your dream. Your
Incorporating planning into your life becomes even more necessary when you decide to become a mumpreneur. You’ll need to plan your life and business, ensuring it’s flexible so it can adjust to the unexpected. Sometimes things just don’t go to plan. Every day will be different, especially when there are kids around.Planning can be difficult, but once you find your own system it can be a lifesaver. Adapt planning
The first day at a new school is terrifying, going into a new job is frightening, and starting a new business is petrifying. Why? Because of the unknown. We are afraid of what we haven’t experienced, but starting is always the hardest part. You have a family to support and already have so many commitments, and what about all the problems you’ll face with your business
As a busy mum you may want a part-time job that’s both flexible and enjoyable? But is finding a job that fits into your schedule is harder than you thought? You would like to use your skills, do something different, and earn income for the family. What if I tell you there’s a way to make money from the comfort of your home? Do you believe me? Ok, get ready!
The world has changed, and the ‘mumpreneurs’ are taking over! A ‘mumpreneur’ is a mum + entrepreneur, and research shows that after decades of decline of the stay-at-home mum, their numbers are now growing.
Since 1967, the total number of stay-at-home mums was decreasing because of the feminist movement. Every year more and more women left their kids in daycare because they wanted to go out into the workforce and seek