A big thank you to all the students from MMU ‘Live’ brief marketing project. You did a great job on the marketing report and presentation. It has been a rewarding experience and I look forward to implementing your recommendations.
Thank you to Charlie at Charlie’s Hair and Beauty - Shepard Bush.
I recently visited London and spoke to over 13 potential shop owners. Over a 3 day period I travelled from Lewisham, to Stafford, to Peckham, Woolich, Shepard Bush and many locations in-between.
My last stop before returning to Manchester was Charlie's, in Shepard Bush. They are a family owned business with a great values. I liked them immediately and wanted them to be our first stockist in the south.
We made history!!
I like to build relationships which go far rather than fast. I hope this is the beginning of a long journey together.
A proud week.
Our first mention in The Voice news paper.
Thank you to Juliette Bucknor for inviting me to exhibit at ‘Don’t touch my hair’. It was a great honour to share the room with other industry specialists and to learn about trading at our first event.
Inspite of the nerves and uncertainty, I was proud to have met lots of wonderful people, sold some products and got a space along side Juliette in The Voice article.
Thanks again Juliette for the opportunity and Abigail Reid for the photo article.
The first batch of Mix-d: Hair products rolled off the production line at 9am on Friday 13th April, 2018. From conception to production I have learnt to believe in myself. I learnt to manage uncertainty, setbacks, losses and endure a 1001 petty humiliations...but all that has all been worth it!! Mix-d: Hair has finally arrived. My beautiful dad would have been proud of me today!! If you believe in something; make it happen!!! Now available to buy www.mix-d.uk. Thank you for sharing this moment with me.
Thanks to Sophie Pyke for your wonderful photography and to Tamar Mankassarian for the superb video film and edits. We had a great day shooting the video. Thanks to all the models and the Sharp Project for loaning their space.
About Tamar’s work:
Tamar Mankassarian is a Manchester based filmmaker of Canadian and Armenian-Lebanese descent documenting the stories and perspectives of different people of mixed heritage around the world.