April 30, 2018No Comments

Female Founders Fair

When we heard about the Female Founders Fair, I knew I had to be involved. This is a new concept created by Eleanor Hudson that is a celebration of business women and female entrepreneurship, who is working to encourage more young women to start their own businesses.

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November 7, 2017No Comments

Interning with a small business

I’ve always wanted to work for a small business. There’s something mysterious and exciting about seeing a handful of people making great things happen – a vibe I’ve never felt from larger companies. I like the intimacy, the way things operate and the breadth of responsibility that comes with it. So when NIMA agreed to take me on for the summer, I knew I’d fit right in! It’s been an exciting couple of months, and here’s what I’ve learned.

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August 5, 2017No Comments

Introducing our first intern: Elise Evers

Since starting up NIMA, I’ve often had the opportunity to go into York University to speak to the students about career options, work experience or being self employed.

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April 18, 2017No Comments

Finding our inner Fashionista

Fashion City York is a fantastic initiative that is working to drive footfall to York, and celebrate all things fashion across the City. It’s ran by a steering group of business owners in York, and I’d heard that they were looking for some marketing support, and was keen to get involved!

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March 26, 2017No Comments

Hiscox Business Club

“The bigger the challenge, the bigger the opportunity!” We remind ourselves of this quote a hell of a lot these days! Certain projects or situations can seem so daunting, that you have to remind yourself why you’re even bothering to take them on.

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March 26, 2017No Comments

Big Sam: Please don’t go. Featuring Wagner

Being a Sunderland AFC fan can only be described as a mixture of modest highs, but more often than not extreme lows. 2016 was no different.

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March 26, 2017No Comments

Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to York in 360

When Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn visited York in 2016 it was reported that the turnout for his speech in St Helen's Square was poorly attended.

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February 15, 2017No Comments

Cracking a smile with Claude Littner

If you’re a fan (like us) of The Apprentice on BBC you’re bound to have come across Lord Sugar’s trusted advisor, Claude Littner.

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