Posted: 31 / 08 / 2018

Here are some of the women bossing their business sector with some of the most exciting brands in the world, and pathing the way for the next generation of female entrepreneurs.

Seema Malhotra – Forever Unique

CEO of and designer of Forever Unique, Seema has been gradually growing her empire from what started off as a small Manchester-based fashion label into a household name, appearing in popular publications and being spotted on famous faces such as the Real Housewives of Cheshire cast and bloggers.

With social following forever growing and regular press coverage, the brand is appearing unstoppable. Celeb ambassadors seem to be fighting for a
spot to promote the brand, and this alongside pop up stores in aiding growth on an impressive scale.

Balancing building the Forever Unique empire with her role as a cast member in Real House Wives of Cheshire proves Seema to be quite the multi-tasking master and with the launch of her recent SS18 collection on the go it will be great to see what is to come.

Holly Moore – Make Events

Founder and Director Holly Moore is another lady climbing the leisure industry ladder with her Manchester-based company, Make Events.

Self-made Moore has built the events planning brand from scratch into a notable northern name managing events for reputable brands such as Puma, Kellogg’s and Virgin.

No longer a one-woman show, Holly has recruited a team of talented event planners to assist her in the events takeover plan, and together they will continue to drive the business strategy and creative vision of the company.

Though the goal to become the ‘go-to corporate event agency in the North’ may appear to have been achieved the journey is far from over for Holly and the Make events team.

Carrie Green – Female Entrepreneur Association

Another aspiring entrepreneur inspiring the Sedulo team at the moment is the founder of The Female Entrepreneur Association, Carrie Green. The concept of the FEA is to empower and inspire women to turn ideas into reality and build businesses.

Carrie has gradually grown her social media following to an impressive 51.8k followers and along with her blogs, vlogs and seminar tours advising women on how to progress their dream, she has also published her own book ‘She Means Business’.

Her aim to encourage women to do what they love and be the best they can be is truly refreshing and it is inspiring to see a lady leading the way
in the business world.

Carley Jones – Kettlebell Kitchen

CEO of Kettlebell Kitchen, Carley Jones, has been on the fast food takeover since the launch of her the first Kettlebell branch back in 2016.

Within the space of two years, she has opened two further stores and secured four pop up spaces in some of Manchester largest fashion companies such as Misguided and Pretty Little Thing.

Bringing the ‘eat clean, cheat clean’ concept to Manchester has gone down a storm with the fitness fanatics and with meal prep and take away options both now available from the Kettlebell stores it will be exciting to see what comes next for the brand.