ADVERTISEMENT FEATUREThe entries were amazing, and yet again we were overwhelmed with your creativity. But despite receiving loads of fantastic ideas, there could only be one overall winner from our shortlist of five.And the Hippychick Mumpreneur
It's official! Prima Baby readers are the most inventive mums around - as we discovered when we teamed up with baby and toddler brand Hippychick for our Mumpreneur competition, offering you the chance to turn your business dreams into reality. 'We
There's a first time for everything and inventor and mum of two Solvej Biddle got everything she asked for when she appeared on Dragon's Den last night (Monday 6th September) - without Peter Jones asking a single question.Solvej pitched her ideas for her new TrayKit to BBC's Drag...
ADVERTORIALHippychick founder Julia Minchin offers budding mumpreneurs her top tips for creating a successful baby product: Research, research, research! It doesnt matter how inventive your concept is if there just isnt a demand for it, you
Had an idea for a product or business, but just doesnt know what your next steps should be? Read the question and answers from our live webchat with mumpreneur extraordinaire, Julia Minchin. Julia knows everything there is to know about researching
to babyexpert.com about life as a ‘mum-preneur’. ‘I had Zacariah in April 2008 by caesarean, so I had six weeks off to recover from that, then I was back at work by week 8. I’m self-employed so I couldn’t really take time off, but Zac was with me full
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Advice, information, support and opportunities to network with mums who've already taken the plunge and set themselves up in business are what you need if you see your future as a 'mumpreneur'.A good place to start is mumsclub.co.uk. The website
Sleepless nights, crying babies and dirty nappies may not seem the best circumstances in which to start up a business, but for many new mums, becoming their own boss is the best way of juggling work and motherhood. Alison Hopkins, managing director of the small business division ...