marketing strategist for wedding businesses | mentor | educator
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I help creative wedding business owners grow by teaching them how to market with passion and intention, using practical strategies. 

 

What do you need right now?

PLANNING & ACCOUNTABILITY

The Wedding Biz Planner

A planner designed for the wedding industry, that gives you space to plan, keep you on track with your goals and making sure you take conscious action for growth.

£32.00

COMMUNITY, SUPPORT & EDUCATION

The Wedding Biz Club

The online community for wedding biz owners who want to be part of something. A place of support, connection &EDUCATION

£25 a month 

DIRECTION

The Path

A simple to follow self-study guide, taking you through each step to grow your wedding business, stage by stage. An easy to follow framework to grow your business. A checklist. A “do this then do that” guide to follow.

£165.00

HI, I’M EMMA 

 

It is lovely to see you here, community is so important to me and I love how we can connect online and be business besties from afar!

Building your wedding business doesn’t have to be hard, or lonely when you have support, direction & accountability. You already have the skill, you may just need a little hand with the how, to showcase your skill to the brides you want to work with.

Marketing is simply storytelling & sharing what you love with the world.  When you connect to this in your business, everything will become easier. 

You can totally do this. I believe in you

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