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Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by yulia » Wed Aug 07, 2019 6:31 pm

Hello Lily,

I am a new business founder and looking for some help.

Please feel welcome to send me your CV and expectations to hello@safiro.co.uk

Thank you and best wishes,
Yulia

Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by boonkoh » Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:52 pm

Depends where you are in the southwest, but there's a growing and sizeable eCommerce company called Spoke London based out of Richmond.

I've met the founder before while considering a role there, and was impressed by him and the vision of the company, as well as what I perceived as a family-friendly company culture.

Obviously, Richmond isn't that close to all of NVN, depending on where you live!

Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by TheSmalHome » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:09 am

Hi Lily,

I run a local e-commerce business called The Small Home and I may be looking for further help in September.

Email me directly, ayshea@thesmallhom.co.uk

Thanks,
Ayshea

Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by katiemolina44 » Mon Jul 22, 2019 10:45 am

If possible, try to get a job that has something to do with your major. Even better, if you can--start a business of your own. I put myself through school (well, the last three years of school) by starting and operating a small advertising agency that catered to local businesses, college organizations, saving coupons and individuals. I did print ads only, and I had a stable of art & photography students that clients could choose to work with (or not) if they needed art/photography. That and a part-time job in the Business Library (plus the occasional selling of plasma, when times were really tough) got me through. You would not BELIEVE how impressed interviewers were with the fact that I had started my own business. That was probably the best payoff of all.

Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by derivuma » Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:43 am

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Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by Milly&Sess » Mon Jul 02, 2018 8:07 am

Morning Lily,

I might have a freelance project I need a hand with. Do you want to email me and we can go from there. Emily@hellosesame.co.uk?

Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by PutneyGal » Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:21 pm

Hello,

You might want to get in touch with the Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce.
http://www.wandsworthchamber.org/

There are lots of networking events in Wandsworth that you can come to to pitch the type of clients you are looking for. It's very relaxed and friendly.

PG

Re: Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by KiddiPlan » Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:36 pm

Local Businesses - Part Time Opportunities

by Lily85 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 1:37 pm

Hello
I am a new mum to the area and currently work at a large corporate in a consumer insight role but am looking for a career change.

Is anybody aware of any small businesses operating in the local area perhaps operating an e-commerce site or a small start up that would need extra help in any form? Or even if anybody can help with names of small businesses in the area that I could then send a speculative application to.

I realise this is a very vague request but appreciate any help to gather a list.
Thank you so much

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