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She’s Got This Series: Tea + chat with relatable female role-models Gracie and Sophie, aka the Squirrel Sisters.
About this Event
She’s Got This Series: Tea + chat with a relatable female role-model in business.
We understand things are turbulent for small business owners and free-lancers during the ever-evolving situation with COVID-19 and, we are working hard at Enterprise Nation to keep you informed and share relevant resources and training online.
However, we are keen to keep you inspired and motivated during this uncertain time and we want to spread some positive business vibes weekly with the help of some fabulous women in business and, our partners O2 Business, TSB, UPS and Xero.
So grab a drink and join us for a 30-min interview and Q+A with Gracie and Sophie, founders of the Squirrel Sisters, a health and wellness company with a range of multi award- winning snacks. This event will be hosted online via Zoom. You will receive a link in your confirmation email, please be advised the link will not work until the event start time.
– Hear more about the Squirrel Sisters business journey
– Meet some new business bestie’s virtually
– Get inspired by some amazing women in business who are showing resilience during these times of uncertainty
– Combat the feeling of isolation and loneliness
Who are the Squirrel Sisters?
We are Gracie & Sophie Tyrrell… aka The Squirrel Sisters, a nickname which has stuck with us since childhood (Squirrel rhymes with our surname ‘Tyrrell’ and is much more fun to say!). Coincidentally and perhaps luckily, we also love nuts!
Squirrel Sisters is a health and wellness company with a range of award-winning healthy snacks that are available across the nation in Waitrose, Morrisons, Ocado, Selfridges, Whole Foods, Planet Organic, BP M&S forecourts, WHSmith, Amazon (and for a mixed box click here: Amazon) and many more.
We’re sisters on a mission to help you you TREAT YOUR HEALTH…
About She’s Got This
Women do not lack ability or ambition. Yet only 1 in 3 UK entrepreneurs is female: a gender gap equivalent to 1.1 million missing businesses, according to the recent Rose Review.
We are working with O2 Business, TSB, UPS and Xero to address some of the key issues stopping women from starting a business to include: lack of confidence, imposter syndrome, lack of knowledge around finance and tax and access to relatable role-models.
About Enterprise Nation
Enterprise Nation is the UK’s most active small business network and we have helped thousands of people turn their good idea into a great business.
Enterprise Nation membership gives you access to exclusive opportunities to grow your business and connects you with like-minded entrepreneurs and business experts who can help. Membership is just £10 a month and you can cancel at any time.