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Everything You Need to Know about Buy Now, Pay Later

Everything You Need to Know about Buy Now, Pay Later

Everything You Need to Know about Buy Now, Pay Later A lot has been said recently about buy now, pay later schemes. While some defend that the schemes allow people to divide the costs in an interest-free way, others are worried that it opens the door to taking on...

Entrepreneurship Week: A Brief Guide to Sucess

Entrepreneurship Week: A Brief Guide to Sucess

Entrepreneurship Week: A Brief Guide to Sucess If you have or are thinking of starting your own business you know how hard it can be. Seriously, we take a huge leap (many times of faith) and put ourselves out there to try and make it on our own. We deserve a week of...

Volunteering at Race for Life to help fight against breast cancer

Volunteering at Race for Life to help fight against breast cancer

  Volunteering at Race for Life to help fight against breast cancer   Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. Over 55,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the UK and around 370 men. One in seven women in the UK will develop...

Black History Month with Mavis: Celebrating Oprah Winfrey

Black History Month with Mavis: Celebrating Oprah Winfrey

Black History Month with Mavis: Celebrating Oprah Winfrey Those of us who are into entrepreneurship probably have our favourite story of perseverance. You know, the one that moved you to either start your venture or to keep going after a bump on the road? For many of...

How to optimise your money spending

How to optimise your money spending

How to optimise your money spending We have all been there. You get to the last Friday of the month, get paid and go out with your friends to celebrate. By Monday morning you look at your bank account and wonder where the money has gone- how did you manage to spend so...

Black History Month with Mavis: A month-long celebration

Black History Month with Mavis: A month-long celebration

Black History Month with Mavis: A month-long celebration As October begins you have probably started looking for warmer coats and anticipating all the seasonal drinks that come with it. Don’t worry, no judgements from me, I am the same! I go running for pumpkin...

How to work less and make more

How to work less and make more

How to work less and make more You have probably heard the saying: “work smarter, not harder” and for good reason. Too often we are discouraged from pursuing a specific goal because we think that it will be too hard; too time-consuming; and impossible to balance with...

How to make money using your mobile phone

How to make money using your mobile phone

How to make money using your mobile phone  If there's one thing we never leave home without, it's our mobile phone. Your purse and driver's licence are more likely to be left than your phone. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Unlike a purse, which allows you to...

Mavis’ short guide to making passive income

Mavis’ short guide to making passive income

Mavis' short guide to making passive income In a country where 1 in 3 middle-class adults would have to borrow money for a surprise £500 expense, it makes sense that everyone wants to earn more money. But time is also an important factor. If you work 40 hours a week,...

6 ways to make extra money from home!

6 ways to make extra money from home!

How to make money from home!  Making money from home in the United Kingdom has never been easier. Years ago, there were only a few options for working from home, but today, more and more people are realising that the standard 9-to-5 job is becoming obsolete. We...

Get to know me better on my Birthday!

Get to know me better on my Birthday!

Get to know me better on my birthday! Happy Birthday to me! What a roller-coaster of a life I have had, but if there is one thing, I have learnt is that no matter the fall, I will always find myself rocketing higher than ever before. I feel like I'm exactly where I'm...

The transition from 9-5 to self-employed

The transition from 9-5 to self-employed

The transition from 9-5 to self-employed At a young age, I worked on market stalls trying to earn some money for myself, which gave me first-hand experience in how business works. Down the line, I ended up working in IT for 20 years before deciding that this was no...

Lipstick Day – Lipstick and feeling Confident

Lipstick Day – Lipstick and feeling Confident

Lipstick Day - Lipstick and Feeling Confident In honour of Lipstick day last week, I hosted a lipstick day at the office and had all the beautiful women I work with wear the lipstick they feel most powerful in. We took cute photos and discussed female confidence and...

Being A Mother And An Entrepreneur

Being A Mother And An Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur & a mother Being a mother is such a blessing. My kids mean the world to me.  But It tends to get hectic balancing working full-time and taking care of a household and extended family. I constantly battled with feeling guilty and going back...

Black Leaders’ Awareness Day: My favourite black-owned businesses

Black Leaders’ Awareness Day: My favourite black-owned businesses

Black Leaders’ Awareness Day: My favourite black-owned businesses As a black woman in the business world and as a diversity expert, I am probably more aware than most of the real racial disparities in the field. I have experienced racism first-hand throughout my...

7 Morning Hacks to Success!

7 Morning Hacks to Success!

7 Morning hacks to Success A well-designed morning helps you power through the rest of your day, and it’s no coincidence that the most dynamic CEOs follow a strict morning routine for success.As entrepreneur, you’ll want to be intentional about the way you structure...

Road to Den: Map to finding the perfect product/business idea

Road to Den: Map to finding the perfect product/business idea

Road to Den: Map to finding the perfect product/business idea  Recently, the youngest ever judge on the show: Dragons Den, has been confirmed. It is no secret that I love the programme, and dream of breaking another milestone- being the first black woman Dragon....

I wanted to remind everyone if you haven’t applied for the #kickstartscheme ,time is running out & guess what the government have not filled their quota either so I am encouraging everyone with a LTD company to apply want to know more join me this Mon! #Entrepreneurship #business

Time is running out for LTD businesses to apply for the £7500 #kickstartscheme work placement grant apply apply apply ASAP!

https://mavisamankwah.com/funding-help-available/

The Government is offering Financial Support (worth up to £7.5K) to UK Limited Businesses. Watch the video to learn more.

If you’re eligible, you can apply here: https://bit.ly/30rQ76Z

There are still over 100,000 work placements to fill on the Kicksta…https://lnkd.in/dgTGn6e4

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Mavis Amankwah

Businesswoman. Entrepreneurial Coach. Diversity Coach. Diversity Ambassador. Motivation & Public Speaker.

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