When you're starting a business, occasionally you just need a helping hand to guide you through - which is why Smarta is offering a mentoring lunch with its founder, Sháá Wasmund.
Sháá began her career entrepreneurial career around a kitchen table with James Dyson. After helping him usurp Hoover, she went on to set up several businesses including Deckchair.com with Sir Bob Geldof and girls' consumer site MyKindaPlace.com which was later sold to BSkyB. More recently, she co-founded investment company Brightstation Ventures with entrepreneur Dan Wagner and former teen whizz-kid Ben Way.
Sháá frequently talks about both her passion for small business and the challenges they face on the BBC and ITV; as well as in various magazines and newspapers - and was even asked to address the Conservative Party Conference earlier this year.
The lucky winner will have lunch with Sháá at central London members' club One Alfred Place on a date of their choice. Naturally, Smarta will foot the bill.
To enter, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact details, or follow @shaawasmund on Twitter and post the message 'I just entered the competition to win a mentoring lunch with Sháá Wasmund. To enter, follow @shaawasmund & RT http://bit.ly/5GuSR4'.