Review: The Net Location’s ‘Beauty and the Brain’ event
A review of The Net Location’s ‘Beauty and the Brain’ event that took place in Shoreditch, November 17th.
Tired of the traditional 9-5? Don’t feel appreciated by your boss? Got a fantastic idea for a business? Well look no further, here at E2E we aim to pass along as many opportunities as we can.
We managed to blag ourselves an entry to an exclusive event part of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). Founded as a result of Enterprise UK and Entrepreneurship Week USA, GEW was set up in 2008 to encourage young people to follow their dreams of being their own boss. They aim to show people the variety of help, support available to budding entrepreneurs and also help people to network with like-minded individuals in the hope that a business relationship or future contact can be formed.
One of the ways they do this is offering small intimate sessions with successful entrepreneurs as guest speakers. For one week in November, events are held internationally across 6 continents with the aim of showing people the benefits of being an entrepreneur and providing them with the information and contacts to do so. It has gone from strength to strength becoming ‘the world’s largest campaign to promote entrepreneurship’.
The Beauty and the Brain event was held in London’s heart of fashion Shoreditch in collaboration with My Social Media PA. We were treated to a question and answer section with four of the biggest fashion bloggers on the scene.
Patricia OBright also known to her fans as Brit Pop Princess has more than 167,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel.Her open and straight to the point attitude has recently seen her start a new feature on her blog called Girl Problems she admits, “I don’t mind sharing”.
Style Suzi has accumulated over 21,000,000 views on her YouTube channel, Rhiannon Ashlee of ‘Fashion Rocks My Socks’. Within two years, her channel has gone from 0 subscribers to around 82,000! Wande of Wande’s World, she has more than 8,000 subscribers and sponsorship deals in the bag. They have clocked up a massive 40+ million views between them.
Check out our article and find out what happened when we caught up with them in issue 9 of the magazine, out March 2013!