Do you want to be inspired? This panel of bloggers show how you can begin with a blog then do something a bit different, from style-oriented video to a real-world magazine and designer collaborations. Expect to come away excited, surprised and buzzed with a fresh perspective on how you incorporate a creative bent with your online brand.
About the speakers
Sophie Bush has a background in interior design, styling and publishing, although interior design and architecture remain her absolute obsession. After moving into a warehouse home in 2013, she was inspired to create mywarehousehome.com. mywarehousehome.com launched in early 2014. In October 2014, the first issue of Warehouse Home magazine was published ? now regarded as the definitive title for residents of premium lofts and warehouse conversions and as the go-to design magazine for industrial, vintage and reclaimed style for modern homes. Sir Terence Conran described Warehouse Home as ?a great new title that freshens up the design market?. Printed bi-annually, it?s delivered directly to the UK?s finest warehouse conversions. The digital edition has been read in over 60 countries. In addition to the magazine and blog, Warehouse Home collaborates with British designers on exclusive design collections and have just launched a new e-shop as well as signing a global book deal with Thames & Hudson.
Mother Pukka is the place to go for laughs, news, events, reviews and honest comment for people who happen to be parents. Anna Whitehouse is a journalist, editor and mother in search of pukka things for parents with a lot of laughs along the way. She previously worked as the Vice Editor at Time Out Amsterdam before writing about shoes and handbags for fashion labels SuperTrash and Tommy Hilfiger.
Now returned to London, Anna just quit her job at L?Oreal to work fulltime on Mother Pukka and lives with Mr Pukka (husband Matt) and her 2-year-old daughter, Mae, in East London.
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About Susanna Scott
Susanna Scott founded the BritMums social network in 2008 after a career in marketing. She wanted to create a space for parent bloggers to network, and share ideas and opportunities. She is often quoted as a pioneer in the UK Mum Blogging space, and has been named a top female entrepreneur. She has been featured in The Times, The FT, The Independent, The Guardian, The Sun, Technorati, She, Primo Baby and Red magazine, amongst others. She speaks frequently about blogging, social networking and the BritMums community at industry events. Her blog A Modern Mother ranks in the UK?s top 10 Family Tarvel Blogs. Follow her on @amodernmother.