Our Twitter account has gone mad. Since last night we have had hundreds of tweets and brand new followers to our twitter account,many commenting on our wonderful products,we are so excited to have been chosen and we are going to use this amazing opportunity to fully publicise our achievement.
We are looking forward to making lots of new business contacts and links being created from business to business opportunities as a result of our win we will keep you posted on further developments.
Finalist Kerrie Griffin-Rogers meets Rachel Elnaugh from BBC’s Dragons’ Den at Free2Network business awards at St George's Hotel Llandudno
Rachel Elnaugh from Dragons’ Den was the sole judge of the 4th annual Free2Network Business Awards 2013. Kerrie was chosen by Rachel as 1of 4 finalists in not one, but two categories with her company The Interior Co and Feathers of Italy. Rachel Elnaugh was also the guest host of the glittering awards ceremony held in Llandudno on the 29th November and presented Kerrie with her finalist certificates for Business Woman of the Year and the Rachel Elnaugh Enterprise Award.
Kerrie is a talented business woman with many strings to her bow. She has recently been in the national press for her amazing holiday let created in her garage. People are travelling from all over the country to come and stay in her unique hideaway and to see her interiors and artwork.
Kerrie’s creative interior design work has been featured in Italian magazines as well as in Germany and Canada. Articles have also appeared in the Times, Daily Mail, the Telegraph and the Guardian’s small business section. She was shortlisted in the Northern Design Awards with Living Etc magazine, for best room 2013 in November.
You can buy all your interior needs under one roof at The Interior Co along with Italian clothing and accessories including silks, linens and fur.
Contact Kerrie for more information or for an interview on her rapidly rising business success.
Kerrie puts her success down to not listening to the media’s reports of doom and gloom for business. Kerrie says, “I don't read the papers unless we are in them or watch the news,” which leaves her head in a creative place not allowing outside influences to sway her energy and enthusiasm for new ventures.