When Francis Swart’s home-based Auckland skin and beauty business “Gorgeous You” experienced a period of rapid growth, she realised it was time to expand into a larger space.
After experiencing the run-around from traditional lenders, she came across Prospa on social media. They provided her with the funds she needed to open a new salon premises and do a complete fit out and refresh, all with an easy-to-manage weekly repayment plan that suited business cash flow.
Next step for Francis is to work with a business coach to grow the business further – and Prospa will be right alongside her.
Sad news for food lovers. Central Auckland institution Food Alley is closing its doors after 28 years.
Food Alley was Auckland's first dedicated asian food hall.
To read more, click here.
Women in Photography is hosting a one-day workshop on 7th March in Auckland which is aimed at women who would like to learn how to build their own website, own their own domain name and web server.
Included in the workshop fee is one year’s free hosting, one hour of follow-up support and of course morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch.
We want to show you how do-able it is and for much less than the price some web design agencies would charge; by the end of the day, you will have your very own “live” website plus you will have the tools to maintain and update yourself.
Attend our practical, hands on workshop and you will walk out with your very own website up and running!
Hi neighbours, has anyone missed out on the Longdrink/whiskey glass promotion that New World has been promoting over the past few months? I've missed out on these glasses and I spent over $1500 with them over this period. Has anyone else encountered problems with getting this glass like me? I'd love to hear from you if you have.