Stylist magazine seeks female horticulture entrepeneurs

Stylist magazine is looking for female entrepreneurs and speakers for the next Stylist Network event on 20 June.

Stylist magazine is looking for female entrepreneurs and speakers for the next event on 20 June.

The Stylist Network event will focus on women who have started businesses in the horticultural, agricultural, natural fruit and vegetable or flower sectors.

The magazine suggests that suitable people may have started their own businesses such as a herb or home-grown organic vegetables delivery servic or a unique floristry business.

Send details of your business and your biography to features writer Amy Grier at amy.grier@stylist.co.uk


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