by Lisa Devaney | 9 Jan, 2017 | Event
Looking to the new year, it may feel exciting, but also a little bit daunting. Challenges will roll, but how can you cope with unexpected events? Getting balance between business and career is one way to tackle this 2017. Stepping in to help is an upcoming Women in Food event ‘New You, New Business’ – hosted by the Female Foodpreneur Collective, happening on Thursday, January 26th in London.
In this evening gathering, a panel of inspiring speakers from various businesses will be tackling the topic of “A healthier you = A healthier Business and Career” to help you plan ahead, with health in mind, for the new year.
Hosted by Ashanti Bentil-Dhue , this event will include the following panel members:
Maggie Richards, meditation expert and certified Somatic Experiencing therapist will share how women from all walks of life can harmonise mind, body and spirit to transform life’s traumas and trials into triumphs. Her book, A Guide to Being a Better Being, is out now on Amazon.
A guest trainer from Today Fit will share how you can make your physical health a priority when building a business and career. Today Fit brings, personal training and customised fitness programmes, to anyone of any age, through online video coaching and nutritional advice. Aiming to break down expensive barriers to getting fit they help people get personalized workouts and nutritional advice, replicating the experience of 1-2-1 time with a personal trainer.
Fig & Bloom – London-based nutrition and food consultancy focused on improving health and wellbeing for the long-term. Stephanie Ridley, registered nutritional therapist, and Dorothy Barrick, holistic chef and recipe developer, combine evidence-based nutrition and culinary creativity to create fabulous tasting food; helping clients to nourish themselves easily, effectively and deliciously. Ex-food buyer and management consultant Caroline Flower co-owns and manages the business.
Pep & Lekker will be serving their gluten free ‘Gleaming Gold’ sweet potato and butternut squash soup on the evening. A great example of women in food rocking it, co-founder Susan Gafsen spent over 25 years working in leading City law firms first as a corporate lawyer before becoming a foodpreneur! Pep & Lekker believe we can support healthy clean eating with an active lifestyle.
Komal George is a pharmacist turned spice enthusiast who founded Amala Pure Health which celebrates the health benefits of turmeric. She’ll be serving her dairy free Turmeric Honey Hot Chocolates on the night.
Book your ticket here.
by Lisa Devaney | 29 Jun, 2008 | News
Hai Media Group’s House of Hee Haw! hillbilly cabaret comedy will feature at Little Bit Country, Little Bit Rock n Roll for the new country rock club night’s In Co-Dependence Day party celebrating America’s Fourth of July Independence Day holiday.
“Get used to it! You’re stuck with us!” said Chyene Pride, who is the fun-loving founder of London’s live music and entertainment club night Little Bit Country Little Bit Rock n Roll.
Chyene Pride is a talented country rock musician who has pooled entertainment talent from across London for this annual American holiday celebration. She’s also the lead Cheerleader in her dance troupe’s Cheer-A-Go-Go, and the lead singer in her band The Wildcat Tamers.
To find out more information, please download this flyer: co-dependence-day-party
***EVENT BONUS OFFER: Guests to Co-Dependence Day also get a FREE hot dog, and a cowboy hat to wear for the night. Print out the eFlyer and bring it along to get entry, and your free hat and hot dog. £5 entry fee.
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Cheyne Pride has a long history in music and entertainment, including having a chart topping pop song in the 80s “Call Me Mr. Telephone”. Watch the music video here:
Cheyne Pride Sings Call Me Mr. Telephone (1985)
by Lisa Devaney | 10 Jun, 2008 | News
This summer brings the debut of 2gether08, a new festival for London sponsored by Channel 4 and hosted by PolicyUnplugged from 2-3 July 2008. On the agenda is a vision of applying innovative digital technologies (internet, mobile, games, and more) and imagination to promote:
- social progress,
- enhance the quality of public life and our collective well-being, and
- to tackle the problems facing the world at the outset of the 21st century.
The first 2gether Festival will gather 300 innovators from a wide range of fields to focus on how using digital technologies we can generate real social benefits. At its heart is a DIY spirit where workshops and panel discussions will be shaped by participants, and action items for change will be determined throughout the gathering as discussions emerge.
2 – 3 July 2008
London E2 7ES
Register for tickets here: http://www.2gether08.eventbrite.com/
*Early Bird Discount until Monday, 16th July 2008
An eclectic mix of technologists, policy makers, campaigners, TV producers, software and games developers, designers, politicians, digital innovators, writers, bloggers, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, leaders from charities, NGOs and leading players in the marketing, PR, cultural and creative fields as well as anyone else who believes that creative use of emerging digital technologies can generate solutions to society’s most pressing problems.
2gether08 is a Hai Media Group supported event.
For full details, please download this event alert: