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Pyjama Party Launch - The Fempire Collective

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Vout-O-Reenee's

The Crypt, 30 Prescot St

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E1 8BB

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THE FEMPIRE COLLECTIVE: PYJAMA PARTY LAUNCH

SISTERHOOD + SELF CARE

We can't wait to greet you in our pj's on the 21st October at the stunning location, Vout-O-Reenee's in Tower Hill to celebrate the launch of The Fempire Collective. (Changing facilities are available on site)

This event is aimed at female entrepreneaurs, creatives and small business owners.

Limited Early Bird tickets are available.

Part I: 'THE PAMPER BAR'

We've partnered with some badass female led businesses to bring you The Pamper Bar. This is your opportunity to celebrate YOU and all that you've achieved so far. Chill out and relax with your new sisters. Try out the products, take your mind off the stresses of every day life and get ready to soak up some inspirational and useful knowledge from our panelists. Products will also be available to buy on the night if you're looking to stock up early for Xmas.

Our pamper bar sisters will be announced next week.

Part II: 'THE PANEL TALK'

We'll be having an intimate chat with our amazing panelists.

Kristabel Plummer - Blogger and Writer - 'I Want You To Know'.

Kristabel is a highly respected black british female blogger with years of experience. I Want You To Know is geared towards those trying to make the most out of life, but accepts that there may be hiccups along the way (and that’s perfectly fine). It’s okay to be different, overwhelmed and still sorting your life out. Kristabel has written for Buzzfeed, The Metro and The Debrief. @IamKristabel

Emma Segal - National Radio PR/Plugger, JB Plugging (https://www.jbplugging.com/)

Having interned everywhere from NME Magazine and BBC 6 Music to the Sunday Times Style, Emma started as a broadcast assistant on BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra shows for independent production company Somethin’ Else. Outside work, she also reported on London Fashion Week for Scottish magazine ‘The Skinny’ (something she started doing whilst at university in Edinburgh). Rising quickly through the ranks, Emma became a producer of Radio 1, 1Xtra and Asian Network shows (including launching new shows, producing Live Lounge/Maida Vale sessions, making documentaries and even live broadcasts from Africa). Emma then turned her hand to branded content, producing YouTube videos and social assets for Topman and Lola and Grace before deciding to return to her first love, music. Emma now works as a National Radio PR/Plugger, getting artists and tracks love on the UK’s major radio stations, including Capital, Kiss, Apple’s Beats1 and the BBC.

Ewa Kolodziejska - Celebrity Actor + Life Coach - Own Your Sh*T

Ewa is one of the most popular international acting coaches based in London, and "best kept secret" in the industry. Ewa was born and bred in London, but is multi-lingual. Her life-long love of theatre meant that she trained as an actress for 5 years, in some of the world's top Drama Schools, Arts Educational, LAMDA, and RADA. In 2010 she completed her MA in Actor Training and Coaching at the Central School of Speech and Drama. What makes her stand out is her ethos and raison d'etre. Having a father who was a life coach, meant that she grew up with not only a very positive outlook on life, and a unique awareness of the human psyche and 21st century life coaching, but more importantly it has had a direct impact on her as a working practitioner. Ewa is not only passionate about life, but above all about people, which is the main reason why she is drawn to the theatre. Her driving force is in showing actors that self-belief is the key to success. Ewa is also currently writing a book called Own Your Sh*t, she will be sharing her expertise with us at the launch.

Whitney Abigail - Founder Melanin Bloggers - Writer/Blogger of Afromermaid Blog

Whitney is a british wellness, lifestyle and beauty blogger and she is also the Founder of Melanin Bloggers. Afro Mermaid is a wellness, lifestyle and beauty blog. She also write about fashion, mental health and social justice. Whitney created a community called Melanin Bloggers. Where representation lacked in the main spaces she wanted there to be somewhere bloggers of colour could see themselves and represent themselves. She places a huge importance on diversity. @Afromermaidblog

Hosted by Angelica Louise - Founder of The Fempire Collective

GeGe is the founder of The Fempire Collective, she also created the lifestyle brand Tribal Unicorn and has just finished working as a Co-ordinator in Branded Content, her main accounts being Topman and Oxfam, at award winning content company Somethin' Else. She will soon be taking on a new role as a Social Media Manager at one of the UK's top media agencies. GeGe look's forward to questioning the panelists on your behalf. @gege_urbangem send your questions through to fempirecollective@gmail.com

You can expect them to share their most guarded tips and tricks. We'll be discussing:

  • Sisterhood and finding your tribe

  • The power of an introduction

  • How they got where they are - the career journey

  • Is competition between females a real thing? How to break the stigma

  • How do I find a mentor? Do i need one?

  • The importance of collaboration and ways to do it that won't break the bank

  • Social Media and Mental Health

  • Knowing when to take a break

  • Everyday self care routines

  • All work no play..

Grab the exclusive PINK FEMPIRE Cocktail from the Bar.

Vegan, Gluten Free and Vegitarian snacks will be available.

Cupcakes by Dimbleboy Cupcakes

Goodie bag sponsors will be announced soon.

"All of that power in one room? Scary for some, but inspirational for those who want to tap into their own power and the power of other women." - The Fempire Collective



FAQs

Do I have to wear my PJ's?

We'll be wearing our PJ's on the night and we'd love it if you'd join us but you are more than welcome to wear anything you're comfortable in. Changing facilities will be available on site.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This is an over 18's event

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking is limited in the Tower Hill area, we advise traveling via Tower Hill underground station on the Circle Line

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email fempirecollective@gmail.com

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The Crypt, 30 Prescot St

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