IN THE PRESS
Exeter Living featured Emily’s speech for Six Degrees ‘Self Love and Resilience’
Harpreet Kaur Chandi MBE completed a solo expedition to the South Pole. She recorded the longest ever solo and unsupported expedition. What an inspiration!
Bear Grylls joined the Small Steps Big Vision tent at the Gone Wild Festival and when I explained the service we provided, he said,
"Well, we could all do with a bit of that!".
We couldn't agree more!
These confident girls were excited to tell us what they were great at
Quite possibly the nicest man you'll meet. He filmed us as part of his Bear Grylls documentary
The Guiness World Record holder for being the first human to ever walk the length of the Amazon River. What a weekend of inspiration!
Click here to take a look at the journey so far
The Challenge: A 60 second lightning pitch, judged by Simon Squibb and JP Morgan. I have so much admiration for anyone going on Dragon's Den because this was terrifying enough! It literally took my breath away. But we won £1,000 to invest in the business which was not only a huge surprise, but incredibly exciting.
Emily was absolutely thrilled to receive the prestigious Heropreneur Of The Year award. This was awarded by the Military charity Heroprenuers at the Imperial War Museum. The award was in recognition of the positive impact made on young people since starting her business. Emily was the first woman in the history of the award to win.
Emily was thrilled to have been invited to host the IWD Power Panel
Verity Panter, Amanda Alexander, Tanuvi Ethunandan, Jaye Cowle, Tamsyn Allington, Sarah Jepson and Tumi Siwoku.
Chaired by Emily, the panel discussed a host of topics including equity, equality and inclusion to over 100 people.
Each of the panelists are steering change in their respective industries.