Gin & Magic: Top Tips on running an award winning wedding florist business with Emma Soulsby

Well hello! On today’s show, we have an award-winning wedding florist, the simply incredible Emma Soulsby. Emma is determination personified as well as being an incredibly down to earth and funny person.

In just two years she has completely rebranded herself into a luxury florist brand as well as launching an online flower school – AMAZING!

I knew she would have a lot to say about the faith, resilience and determination it takes to make a business work successfully, how to use Instagram as a powerful shopfront, as well as fascinating insights on prioritising self-care AND SO MUCH MORE!

In her own words, “I love making my clients’ dreams come true through creating unique installations.”

If you like what you see, don’t forget to give me a thumbs up, leave a comment and hit subscribe if you don’t want to miss out on any future videos.

Thanks again Emma, it was so much fun to chat with you and find out more about how you run your business.

If you agree, please don’t forget to hit subscribe, like the video and leave a comment.

Find out more about Emma here:


www.instagram.com/emmasoulsby
www.emmasoulsbyflowers.com

For Emma Soulsby Flower School:


www.instagram.com/emmasoulsbyflowerschool
www.emmasoulsbyflowerschool.com

We’ll be back again next week with the next female entrepreneur interview for Gin & Magic! But in the meantime, check out some of the other videos on Gin & Magic here.

See you next time!

Maddy x
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