Friday, 25 November 2011

'WOW' we became one of Jacqueline Gold's Winners!

On  Wednesday 23rd November we became one of Jacqueline Gold's WOW winners!
 So what is this #WOW I  hear you ask?

Well #WOW stands for "Women on Wednesday" and every Wednesday between 1-3pm  on Twitter Jacqueline Gold - Chief Executive of Ann Summers and Knickerbox invites women to submit their business to her via a tweet, she then 'retweets' her favourite 3 to  well over 16,000 of her followers and leaves an lovely personal comment about your business!
This is what we submitted:

   2 hardworking mums building a Stylish and Gorgeous Gifts and Homewares Business. Supporting Handmade & Eco-friendly x

and these are the 3 business she chose this week:

Some fantastic entries to  this week ladies - well done! My winners this week are   ."
This is what Jacqueline said about us

The phone did not stop with congratulation messages and we gained many more followers on Twitter and interest in our Business has grown overnight. Jacqueline also sent us a winners badge which we proudly have on our website. A big congratulations to fellow winners @rubyandginger and @VictoriaLovesB and a massive thank you to Jacqueline for taking the time to visit our website and choosing us as one of your worthy winners! We are grateful and honoured.....and have not stopped smiling :) - Thank you also @Shellibobbins for the screenshot xx

Jacqueline Gold is one of Britains most successful Businesswoman. Chief Executive to Ann Summers and Knickerbox creating an empire run by Women for Women. She’s been voted the second Most Powerful Woman in Retail by Retail Week, the Most Inspirational Businesswoman in the UK (Barclays Bank), one of Britain’s Business Icons (Nat West Bank), and one of Britain’s Top Businesswomen by publications including Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Woman, and Good Housekeeping.
The Daily Mail listed Jacqueline as one of Britain’s 100 Most Influential Women and she was made Business Communicator of the Year 2004 by the British Association of Communicators in Business.
She is a columnist for Retail Week, New Business, Kent Business and Women Mean Business magazine.

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