My business is based in Burton-on-Trent, East Staffordshire, and I work with clients across the UK, but I am actively involved in the business and social life of my home town and committed to helping local organisations grow and thrive.
I am one of three businesswomen who run the Burton-on-Trent networking group of the national not-for-profit organisation WiRE (Women in Rural Enterprise). As volunteers we give up our time to organise a monthly meeting for any working women, employed or self-employed. Our aims are to help women boost their confidence, give them new skills, help them develop useful new connections and develop their business or career.
Together with close working associates HR Protected, FCM Associates and Red Door Studios I founded the Burton Small Business group. We were inspired by the Small Business Saturday movement - and we also help to raise the profile of small businesses in and around Burton-on-Trent all year round.
In 2015 I was one of the #SmallBiz100, 100 small business chosen to represent the UK's five million small businesses in the run-up to Small Business Saturday on December 5, 2015. This opportunity led to me meeting the Chancellor George Osborne at a Small Business Saturday event at the Treasury.
I am also a member of the Federation of Small Businesses and Connect Networking and was honoured to be named the winner of the Business to Business (Business of the Year) category of the 2016 Business Networking Awards.
I support a number of charities including Marie Curie Cancer Care, Macmillan, Burton YMCA and St Giles Hospice and use social media to promote their campaigns whenever possible. I also support a number of animal welfare and wildlife charities.
Bill is a member of the Executive Committee of the Burton and District Arts Council and produces its quarterly newsletter.
Elaine is able to devise and implement highly sophisticated digital and social media campaigns which answer any client brief and importantly achieve measurable results.
Rachel Cullis Dorsett
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