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Here are our recent competition winners
This competition attracted entries nationally. It offered the best female-led online start-up idea £10k investment and a 10 week incubator programme at WebStart Bristol.
Emily and Jess, founders and famous bloggers of Bespoke Bride rocked into our compeition and came out the other side with £15k investment. They start their programme at the incubator on 27th November 2014 to bring the next level of their business - a site selling unique wedding items - into reality. Congratulations girls! WOTB will be following them week by week to find out what it's like to be at WebStart Bristol's incubator.
I Bring Competition
The I Bring competition offered the best female-led small business a bundle of prizes from our sponsors. The idea was to get women to think about what they bring to their customers and had many unusual and inspiring entries. Our winner was Sarah Parkins with her business, Sniffy Wiffy, which is a homemade skincare brand with an empahsis on showing women how to check for breast cancer. Sarah's business idea and charitable donation to Coppa Feel was an innovative way to both make profits and progress a valuable mission all women benefit from. She won the following prizes:
Website – a website with full CMS developed around your product or service from Somerset Design. Value £1000.
Printing and stationery – a full start-up or rebrand premium print package including: 250 x Premium Business Cards, 100 x Compliment Slips, 250 x Letter Head Print, 250 x A4 Flyers, 250 x DL Leaflets from BrunelOne.com. Value £300.
A year’s membership of Women Outside the Box City Business Club Value £240.
Three months of business mentoring sessions with Joni Farthing (Mentor of the Year 2013). Value £600.
Accountancy advice and set-up from Dunkleys Chartered Accountants. Value £250.
One year’s bookkeeping - free subscription to FreeAgent.com. Value £180-£300.
To see all of the entrant's photos, click here for the I Bring competition website.
Our interns, Stephanie Collins and Ifigenia Metta, went out into Bristol to ask the general population...More