We will be exhibiting at this year’s The West Sussex Wedding Fayre on 21st November 2021 at The Bridge Leisure Centre, Wickhurst Lane, Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, RH12 3YS.
Picture by: AGLG Events
We are extremely happy to announce that we where featured in this year’s The Voice Newspaper Black Business Guide, Issue 5.
Please support the businesses feature in this issue.
We created this centre piece to showcase our new eco-friendly bridal hair adornments for The National Wedding Shows. We decided to use our branding colours. This is the blue version, we also have a green version as well. Hopefully these centre pieces will last for future tradeshows, especially the wedding fairs.
We are happy to announce that we will be at the National Wedding Show held at Excel London and taking place on 16th & 17th October 2021. We are really looking forward to it. Come down and meet many great wedding specialist and professionals that can support you to realising your dream wedding.
Photos: By The National Wedding Show
Unfortunately these events were postponed to 2022 due to Covid and the requirements. More information will be provided once we get updates. Apologies for any inconvenience and this was out of our control and the organisers control. Thank you for your continuous support and we hope to see you soon.
We are pleased to announce that we will be at the Black Culture Market on 5th and 6th June 2021 between 11 am-5 pm at 248 Ferndale Road, London SW9 8FR
Back in March and April 2021, we worked with very worthwhile organisations. These organisations were Inspiring the Future, Barking and Dagenham College, and I am Inspired.
Inspiring the Future works with young people from all over the world supporting them with their career and future. In March and April, we had the chance to participate in two Zoom sections (for the UK Inspiring the Future and Ghana Inspiring the Future). We got the opportunity to interact and be inspired by both the young people and other professionals. It was a great learning and finding out about different sectors and industries.
We had the pleasure to speak to students from Barking and Dagenham College during career week. Barking and Dagenham College is based in East London (UK) and caters to students from 16 years old and above. They offer a wide range of courses from level 1 to level 4 (foundation degree/professional qualification).
I Am Inspired is a great organisation to support. This organisation work with, support and encourages young people to go after their goals and dreams. They work with young people to get on to different career paths, including starting their own business. We must say that these young people (including 10, 11+ years old) incredible and very inspiring to both their peers and adult alike.
To get involved or to find out more, click on the organisational name.
This post is to help our British readers and customers write a winning CV to help them land the (dream) Job. This first presentation explains what a CV is and why it is important. It gives a brief description of the three main types of CV. The next presentation explains how to draft a winning chronological CV/combination CV. In the reference section, there are links and examples of how to write a Functional CV.
What is a CV
Writing a winning CV
isc Professionals: https://www.interview-skills.co.uk/free-information/successful-cv-writing/different-types-of-cvs
Between now and April we do posts on employment, where we will support you with how to write a strong CV (not resume as this is American and completely different from British CV); how to nail a job interview, and how to use job search websites in an effective way to receive a better response from employers. This series is heavily based for our British Readers as we only know about British employment, but our readers from around the world may benefit from some of the advice and suggestions. As always in the Reference section, there will be links for further support from different parts of the world.
To those who enjoyed our beauty and hair post, we will make this our main blogging focus again after April 2021. Right now, we are posting information on current affairs affecting the general population.
Thank you very much for your readership; we appreciate all the love, support, suggestions and feedbacks.