Jess Van Den, Create & Thrive

mummy mentoringJess has donated 1 half-hour mentoring session to the Mummy Mentoring Festival – supporting Share the Dignity.

Click the link to read all about Mummy Mentoring Festival and Share the Dignity.

About the business

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About Jess

Jess Van Den is a self-employed silversmith working under the Epheriell label. She’s been making jewellery since 2008, when she opened her Etsy shop to sell her jewellery as a hobby, and turned Epheriell into her full-time occupation in 2010 – bringing her husband Nick on board soon after. She specialises in eco sterling silver wedding rings, and works out of her solar-powered home studio in the countryside north of Brisbane, Australia. She’s also the founder and editor of Create & Thrive, where people learn how to turn their handmade hobby into a full-time business from those who’ve done just that.)

Jess can mentor on

  • social media
  • setting up an online shop for physical products
  • time management (especially full-time self-employed)
  • email newsletters
  • anything handmade business!

To win a mentoring session with Jess you must purchase a $4 ticket at this link. One $4 ticket is worth one entry. To enter twice, purchase two tickets and so on. The winner/s of the mentoring session will be drawn on Mon, Sep 25 at 10pm.

You can donate as many times as you like to one mentor to increase your chances of winning. You can also donate to as many different mentors as you like. All funds raised go to Share the Dignity.

Winners will be announced on the MM FB page and also emailed directly.

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