2018 is the year of the YOU business.
Life is too short to get stuck in a job you hate or a business that feels like a job!
From Gary Vee to Marie Forleo, the smartest entrepreneurs in 2018 have built multi-million-pound businesses around their authentic personal profiles.
They build tribes around them and have people queuing up to work with them.
It’s not just the heavyweight entrepreneurs, either: thousands of people just like you are building profitable online businesses they love around their true passions.
It’s now entirely possible to build a business around YOU: the skills, knowledge, and expertise you ALREADY have.
Join Shaa Wasmund MBE for an action-packed day of learning to discover exactly how to:
Shaa will be teaching how she’s grown her own personal brand from a standing start in 2015 with no list, team or market budget into a multi-million digital business that’s seen her author three #1 bestselling books, land her own magazine column, become a regular guest on Sky News, fly out to Necker Island to spend time with Sir Richard Branson and speak on global stages with the likes of Gary Vaynerchuk.
Discover how Shaa went from nothing to £5m business with a 10,000-strong thriving online community inside three years – and how you can do exactly the same.
Whether you’re just starting out, already in business and looking to get more of your business online or geared up to take your personal profile to the next level… join Shaa to discover what it really takes to:
The Cumberland Hotel
Great Cumberland Place
W1H 7DL London
Friday, 4 May 2018
09:00 to 17:00 (BST)
One of the UK's most influential entrepreneurs and author of #1 bestsellers 'Do Less, Get More' and 'Stop Talking, Start Doing', Shaa's mission is to help as many people as possible build businesses they love and a life on their terms.
Awarded an MBE for services to business and entrepreneurship, she's worked with some of the biggest names in sport and business, including Chris Eubank, Don King, Sir James Dyson, Sir Bob Geldof, Theo Paphitis and Deborah Meaden.
Shaa's started and sold numerous digital businesses, including Smarta in 2009, helping more than 12 million people into business. She has shared stages with the likes of Gary Vaynerchuk, Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss; is a regular guest on Sky News Sunrise and has a regular column in Psychologies Magazine.
She inspires positive action with her no-nonsense, no-excuse advice and runs bootcamps, workshops, coaching programs and online learning to help 1,000s of entrepreneurs every month. Her free Facebook group The Freedom Collective is one of the fastest growing communities most engaged communities online, while her private membership group The Club get daily insights and inside advice from Shaa's expert network.
Matt is a content entrepreneur and Shaa's business partner of over 10 years.
Shaa and Matt started Smarta together and have since co-created and co-delivered content, training and digital products for over 1 million small businesses and entrepreneurs.
An award-winning journalist by trade, Matt has interviewed more than 1,000 entrepreneurs and was the founding Editor of the UK's two largest websites for startups and small businesses, Smarta.com and Startups.co.uk.
He's advised and led content and social projects for some of the largest organisations in the world, but is way more interested in helping passionate entrepreneurs create and build their online presence.
Matt's also a co-founder at Beardpoo, a beard and shampoo business launching this month. Matt will be sharing how, pre-launch in under 7 days and with less than £100 spend, he's already got Beardpoo in front of over 50,000 potential customers, landed more than 1,000 Page Likes and collected 300 emails.
Greg Secker is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, international speaker, and a father of three.
As well as being the Founder and CEO of Learn to Trade, the UK’s leading trading education company, Greg also runs and owns 19 other businesses.
Greg founded the Greg Secker Foundation, a charity committed to building a better future and improving the quality of life for people around the world.
He remains active in the day to day running of the Foundation, which recently rebuilt a village in the Philippines for over 580 victims whose lives were devastated by typhoon Haiyan.