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By millyjshoes, Oct 21 2016 10:36AM
I was very humbled when I was approached by Inspiring the Future to visit one of Cambridge's most deprived schools. Having seen my bio, they thought that what I had to offer through a presentation and workshop would benefit the pupils.
What was inspiring for me was meeting with some forward thinking members of varying industires, including Professor Dame Athene, the renowned physician who led her own presentations, among over notable guests.
The children and staff were incredibly appreciative and as always, I was honoured to have some part to play in helping shape future choices.
By millyjshoes, Oct 21 2016 10:25AM
I am thrilled to announce that I have made Natwest's, Great Bitish Entrepreneur Awards as a finalist for Creative Entrepreneur of the Year!
This was toatally unexpected and according to them, the competition was indeed very tight.
Past winners have included the founder of the Cambridge Satchel Comapany and the Lad's Bible among other big names!
By millyjshoes, Oct 12 2016 11:46AM
Thank you so much for all your patience during this time... but Milly J Shoes has some very big news to announce in the next few weeks.
So keep your eyes peeled on this new, exciting development!
By millyjshoes, Jun 22 2016 04:10PM
Proud to be mentioned under the business force that is Wenta in their newsapaper article yesterday!
Not long to go until many of their clients take to the grand awards event for the FSB Herts business awards. I am among fine players and proud to be shortlisted as a creative business of the year!
By millyjshoes, Mar 8 2016 03:53PM
Half of UK brides are late to church, so I can now reveal the shoes commissioned by UKTV. Used as promotional and marketing shoes for the brides' press calls. Creating a series of sizes in a nail biting 3 days for their new show on Watch Tv - Get Me To The Church. Veiled, and great for the bride on the run. With more to come on this!
By millyjshoes, Feb 26 2016 12:29PM
I am thrilled to announce that I have been invited by a girls' school buzzing with creative and academic vitality to inspire at their International Womens Day event. I will be alongside the CEO of Women For Women, Brita Fernandez-Schmidt and Paralympian, Wendy Smith.
The school had spotted me previosuly in the press and wnated to get me to share my unusual and inspiring story saying the audience of students, media, parents and governors were sure to take something away from it. I will also be singing a song from Handel's Opera, Semele and If I Loved You from Carousel.
I will be looking to do more for the community in terms of sharing my story for inspiration and strength.
Below you can find the upcoming event in the press and a larger version in the right column.
By millyjshoes, Feb 17 2016 02:11PM
I am pleased to share my Women in Trade Magazine interview in the latest issue of the business magazine.
This front cover features television's, Sarah Beeny, with past ladies including Kelly Hoppen and Cherie Booth. So I was in good company here!
Talking about the inner trust needed to carry innovation forward. You a can read fuller versions of this interview to the right.
By millyjshoes, Feb 15 2016 03:02PM
It was a fabulous event on Sunday meeting with other Theo Paphitis business award winners in Birmingham. Great to hear the insight of Mike Pickles of the Really Useful Products and Holly Tucker, the co founder of, Not On The High Street.
A yearly seminar held for all of Theo Paphitis' award winners in the ICC. Supplied with plenty of opportunities to discuss ideas with his partners from Rymans, Robert Dyas, Ilaw and many more.
The sandwiches and spread was lovely.
By millyjshoes, Feb 4 2016 01:28PM
I was recently featured in the Precious Success Magazine founded by Foluke Akinlose MBE who of course founded the Precious Awards.
You can read my story here: http://precioussuccess.com/movers-shakers-emily-jupp-eastwood/
Thank you for following my updates!
By millyjshoes, Feb 4 2016 01:11PM
A big thank you goes out to Precious', Foluke Akinlose MBE and Jessica Huie MBE for last night's event held at the Biritsh Library. Filling a room with eager entrepreneurs willing to engage in Jessica's experience within the PR sector. From designers to social housing professionals, it was an event buzzing with inspiration. Followed of course by the all important nibbles at the end!
The British Library is one of the issuers of one of my awards.
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