Entries by Ruth Lloyd-Williams

What is a tradition?

Tradition by definition is the handing down of statements, beliefs, legends, customs, information, etc., from generation to generation, especially by word of mouth or by practice. A story that has come down to us by popular tradition. (dictionary definition) So when does a habit become a tradition? How many times […]

Don’t Get Lost in the Noise

How can you get a new food or drinks brand onto the shelves?   How does a new food or drinks brand compete with the marketing clout of popular high street brands with little money? Or get products onto the shelves of big supermarkets without a proven track record? For small […]


When sitting down to write this blog it struck me how much the rhythm of my year is taken up with traditions, whether they are personal family ones, or wider cultural and religious ones.  Many traditions you might recognise or be familiar with, whether it’s the first visitor of the […]

Clearly Communicate your Proposition

  One of the main reasons that the many equity crowdfunding campaigns never reach their minimum funding target is the lack of clear messaging. If you can clearly communicate your proposition in a way that resonates with investors and activates their imagination, you’ll stand a far better chance of getting […]

ThePowerHouse – Wrexham

Network She are delighted to join the PowerHouse Wrexham as an executive member. The Power House gives you the ideal opportunity to make new contacts from across the region so that you can connect with the business men and women who will help you grow your business, grow your tribe […]

Brexit Resilience Fund

The Welsh Government has formally launched a £6 million Brexit Resilience Fund which is available to Welsh businesses, to help them adapt to the changes in a post-Brexit Welsh economy. This fund builds on the success of the previous Welsh Government Brexit Resilience fund, delivered by Business Wales. Business Wales is offering […]