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Women for Women : An appeal to women to share their own boob type

by Will Corry on September 8, 2014

Bonds invites women to create their own 'boobicons' in latest phase of BOOBS campaign - mUmBRELLA | Enjoy - Fresh 'Social Business' News from theMarketingblog | Scoop.it

Bonds has launched the latest phase of its BOOBS campaign which includes the creation of 'boobicons' and an appeal to women to share their own boob type on ...

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Mom fed up of teen ignoring her calls, invents app "Ignore No More"

by Will Corry on September 5, 2014

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Everything about M&S Bank seems topsy-turvy

by Will Corry on September 5, 2014

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Women for Women : Under Armour Goes After Lululemon With Gisele And ‘Womanifesto'

by Will Corry on September 4, 2014

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Women for Women : Susan Lyne, the CEO of AOL’s brand group, is stepping down

by Will Corry on September 3, 2014

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Women for Women : ‘No’ campaign slammed for ‘sexist’ advert

by Will Corry on August 28, 2014

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Women for Women : Always dream’t of starting an online business?

by Will Corry on August 18, 2014

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Trends in the retail industry / Hi-tech enabled trolleys in Co-Operative Food stores

by Will Corry on August 17, 2014

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Women for Women : We ask Denise Van Outen – how do you manage to maintain a healthy work-life balance?

by Will Corry on August 16, 2014

(via Denise Van Outen interview - Good Housekeeing celebrity interview | Good Housekeeping)   As a busy mum and performer, how do you manage to maintain a healthy work-life balance? My life’s changed a lot because [my daughter] Betsy is 4 now. Before I was a real city girl, but now I live out in the country – I’ve got a vegetable garden. I wanted Betsy to grow up knowing where vegetables come from, so it’s really nice that when she finishes nursery we can go into the vegetable garden, she can grow her own vegetables and we can cook them together. As a parent, you want to give them the life you never had – in the 1980s, my meals consisted of crispy pancakes, oven-ready chips and fish fingers. My diet was very different, so I’m trying to educate her. If I want to set a good example, I need to change my own eating habits. 

(via Denise Van Outen interview - Good Housekeeing celebrity interview | Good Housekeeping)

As a busy mum and performer, how do you manage to maintain a healthy work-life balance?

My life’s changed a lot because [my daughter] Betsy is 4 now.  Before I was a real city girl, but now I live out in the country – I’ve got a vegetable garden. I wanted Betsy to grow up knowing where vegetables come from, so it’s really nice that when she finishes nursery we can go into the vegetable garden, she can grow her own vegetables and we can cook them together.

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Women for Women : Barrhead Travel chief Sharon Munro – named one of the most influential women in the travel industry

by Will Corry on August 15, 2014

Barrhead Travel chief Sharon Munro has been named one of the most influential women in the travel industry in the past 60 years by the Association of Women Travel Executives.

The industry body has unveiled its '60 for 60' shortlist of influential women in the travel industry to mark its 60 anniversary.

Munro has been recognised along with fellow industry leaders such as Harriet Green, chief executive of Thomas Cook; Chris Browne, chief operating officer at TUI Travel; Martha Lane Fox, co-founder of Lastminute.com and Carolyn McCall, chief executive of easyJet. [more…]