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Kate Sutton, Uberkate

mummy mentoring festivalKate has donated 1 half-hour mentoring sessions to Mummy Mentoring Festival – supporting COPE: Centre of Perinatal Excellence.

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

About the business

Uberkate is the spirit of relationships, connecting families, friends and loved ones through personalised handmade jewellery.

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About Kate

Kate Sutton is the woman behind the uberbusiness. During a successful career as a television producer Kate designed her signature piece “The uberCircle” to keep her family close to her heart while she was travelling.

In 2004 she launched her company uberKate when demand for her signature piece, the uberCircle, swelled into a niche market

Sutton’s company has expanded to incorporate a range for both women and men, select retail partnerships in Australia, corporate commissions and an exponential base of uberKate devotees.

Kate is regularly featured in business and fashion press and was a finalist in the 2012 Practical Parenting Mumpreneur of the Year awards.

Kate can mentor on

  1. Starting a business
  2. Product and range planning
  3. Marketing & PR
  4. Overcoming copycats and remaining innovative
  5. Cash flow and expanding your business

To win a mentoring session with Kate, 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, Oct 3.

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 COPE: Centre of Perinatal Excellence.

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

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