At Smarta, it’s our priority to help you, entrepreneurs and business owners, to make a great business. Therefore we know first hand that there’s nothing quite like helping someone else achieve their dream. Now we want to pass on to you everything we’ve learned about helping others with our latest free event designed to maximise your business knowledge and help you build a brand that makes a meaningful difference.
Whether you’re thinking about starting a business that will help others or are already making an active difference, this event aims to inspire and build on your existing knowledge, so you’ll leave the room full of innovative strategies ready to bring to fruition.
The event will be hosted by digital entrepreneur extraordinaire Shaa Wasmund, founder and CEO of Smarta, and author of bestselling book Stop talking and Start Doing. Not only that, but she has worked with the likes of Sir James Dyson and has even been voted one of the best-connected people in the UK by the IoD! Definitely not to be sniffed at.
On the panel we have a number of successful entrepreneurs who have all built their brand around the ideal of making a difference and who will be telling you all their inspirational stories and tips. More will be added to the line-up over the next couple of weeks, but we currently have some serious talent to whet your altruistic appetites.
So far we are excited to have Karen lynch, CEO of leading social enterprise and ethical UK water brand Belu that donates all its profits to charity WaterAid, helping improve access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in some of the world’s poorest countries. A former Emap and Barclays Executive, her arrival at Belu saw her transform the company into one that was losing over £600,000 into a hugely profitable consumer brand.
We are also delighted to welcome Tamara Arbib, founder of Rebel kitchen, a producer of healthy, nutritious, chemical-free organic food that, by tackling unhealthy eating, aims to transform the way we approach food.
So what are you waiting for? Find out how and why your business could do great things for others (and yourself!) by attending this fascinating free evening seminar. There’s no fuss: all you have to do is attend the event and then we’ll do the rest – it’s as easy as that!
It will start at 18.30 on the evening on Tuesday 14th October and should last around three hours until 21.30, so click HERE to reserve your place!