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#BIGFB Google+ Hangout: your export questions answered

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Find out what happened when we hung out with Richard Reed from Innocent Drinks. Plus, read responses to the export questions we didn’t get chance to ask on the day… Exciting times. Last week, we celebrated the British Chamber of …

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Meet the Somerset mumpreneurs embracing the baby market worldwide

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Leaving careers in marketing and PR behind, Helen and Polly, two best friends and mums from Somerset, came up with a practical solution to the challenges bath time presents. We spoke to Helen about the Cuddledry journey… Sometimes the best …

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Cuski: a comforting story of export success

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Suzy Cannizzo, winner of the DHL-sponsored Best International Trader at this year’s Mumpreneur Awards, talks to us about entrepreneurship, international trade, and her plans for world domination… Above: Suzy, right, with her mum Judy What does Cuski do? We established …

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Success in international trade? Mum’s the word

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With excitement building in the run-up to the Mumpreneur Awards 2011, we spoke to three of this year’s finalists about making a success of going global… “I was shocked but absolutely thrilled! I’d met people from the Mumpreneur Awards earlier …

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Sarah Beeny EXCLUSIVE: “You’re either good at running a company or you’re not. Being a mum shouldn’t come into it”

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DHL speaks to TV presenter and businesswoman, Sarah Beeny, about work, family and why she’d never call herself an entrepreneur Star of Channel 4’s Property Ladder, Help! My House is Falling Down and Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare, author of 7 property …

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Meet the Mumpreneur: Eve Bell from babaandboo.com

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A new generation of mums in business are effectively disproving the myth that having a baby has to mean the end of career ambition. Mumpreneurs like Eve Bell, owner of funky online children’s clothing boutique babaandboo.com, are showing the world …

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Why Westwood Rocks

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Shortly after finishing her A-levels, Lauren Westwood headed off around the world on a gap year. It proved to be a life-changing trip, inspiring a ‘light bulb’ moment that has seen Lauren become one of Surrey’s most successful young businesswomen. …

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Making a tidy profit in international trade

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Starting a new import business can be a daunting proposition, even for the most hardened international trader. But thorough research and a magpie-like approach to great advice will stand you in good stead. Just ask Woking business woman and mumpreneur, …

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