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She treats them like close friends, taking them to local and international trips — including night clubs! Unfortunately, her grandfather fell ill back in September and has not recovered since.
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I design bespoke wedding stationery and paper goods. I started it aged 60 after a complete change of career. Karen Whittaker, 41 Karen Whittaker, at a party aged My business is Ellie and the Rubester Papercuts and I am lucky to be constantly surrounded by wonderful women over Carolyn Strand, 51 I am a digital marketing and e-commerce specialist based in West Sussex.
I help small and niche businesses improve their profitability and visibility online by utilising appropriate social media, email funnels, sales channels, website platforms, optimisations and management systems. We need more diverse images of women in the media, in stock photo libraries, in fact everywhere. I am the mum of three daughters and I want them to aspire to be themselves and not feel the need to airbrush or filter themselves.
Sophie Morris, 45 I am a personal coach at Quietosophy and I help quiet professionals become free from stress and overwhelm and learn to use their voice on their own terms through expert, one-to-one coaching and courses.
This is on a good day with a bit of make up and nice lighting! I am 43 and Delia is Business Clan is a one stop shop for business consultancy and professional services. We help businesses grow by providing knowledge, expertise and implementation services all under one roof. Together we deliver all the essential services larger organisations take for granted and small businesses struggle to find.
Stephanie Boswell, 45 I am 45 and am a Senior Manager in an Orthopaedic Device company, which is a very male dominated environment. I have competed in the fitness industry, have modelled on fitness shoots, and am also a qualified life coach, so I do believe in learning new skills and knowledge to develop yourself as you mature. I have two boys aged 9 and 11, and have been married for 15 years.
Life at 45 is good! You can find me on Instagram. When you say those words you probably imagine a lady in a suit or a lady wearing a tightly fitted body con dress and heels like in the boardroom of the Apprentice!
So much so that I was inspired to set up my own business making cosy accessories for dogs five years ago with my company Slumbering Hound. Lottie Clements, 49 I spent many years working as a draughtsperson in a very male-dominated industry here I did feel a little invisible. Then at 45 I took a career change and set up my own handmade business, the Cosy Canine Company. I design and make gorgeous and practical accessories for dog owners.
This is me at the Flourish Fusion. A conference for handmade sellers held in New York earlier this year. I work with business owners to get them the answers they need about their target customers — and how to grow as a result.
I get to be curious for a living, which is lots of fun! One of a Kind Club is a contemporary jewellery brand aimed to inspire confidence and celebrate individuality through fun statement pieces that make an impact. Each item is designed and handcrafted by me. After a long career in advertising I have finally turned my love of jewellery into a living. For years I fitted in jewellery making courses around my full time career, using my skills to transform my work outfits, making them funky and distinctive.
My bold and bright collections are inspired by all the amazing women I encounter. I work freelance for a huge range of clients including museums, galleries and festivals.
I chose this photo as it represents me and my work. Janine Coombes, 43 I help small businesses get clear on their high-level brand message and niche so that the rest of their marketing works better. I am a bilingual voice actor and language producer based in the UK, and constantly have fingers in many very interesting pies! My day to day work includes voicing super cool adverts, cartoons and games in English and Portuguese, and being the Brazilian voice in places like The Houses of Parliament and Strawberry Field, for example.
To top it up, I also work a lot with Football, and have been the interpreter for Brazilian National Team in the UK in multiple occasions. Michelle Richards, 47 As a photographer this has inspired me to think about shooting stock images of older women! By gaining clarity on values, purpose, strengths, passions, and the kind of life they want to create, career changers are able to identify their personal measures of success and use these to confidently choose and achieve their new direction.
Rachael McGillion-Fee, 43 I turned 43 at the beginning of October and am going into my third year of self-employment. I am a social media manager that works with SMEs, charities and social enterprises. Marketing from West London. Rohan Revell, 40 I feel very young as a nurse of 43, and mum of a five-year old although some days feel less young! Esther Wane, 46 I am Esther Wane. I left my investment banking career just over nine years ago to follow my childhood dreams of being an actor and a writer.
I am now an award winning audiobook narrator of over titles, where I get to play ALL the characters and have a lot of fun. For me life really did begin at 40! I help businesses and brands find their voice and get their stories out in the media and beyond so they can make genuine connections. We teach people how to do their own PR through workshops and one-to-one training and mentoring sessions.
I offer PR, Marketing and Social strategy and support to small and medium sized businesses. I also worked on a personal project about Women Over 50 who Reinvented Themselves. You can read about it here. I specialise in brand identity and marketing design for small and medium sized businesses.
Which I call Popping Bubbles! For me, life really did start at 40!