The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2013-08-28T10:09:21Z Mum Leaps from Plane to Support Mums in Need 2013-08-28T10:09:21Z mum-leaps-from-plane-to-support-mums-in-need FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Local Mum Leaps from Plane to Support Mums in Need   On December 3rd 2013 Brisbane mum Natrice Grosvenor will be one of over 60 mums around Australia taking the plunge to raise funds for charity Support for Mums.    Now in its second year, MotherJumpers launched in 2012 as the brainchild of Alli Price, founder of Motivating Mum and mum of two.  “Mums today wear so many hats; from cleaner to chauffeur to nurse to entrepreneur, and everything in between.   MotherJumpers is a chance for Mums to do something crazy with a great excuse – raising money for other Mums, for when crisis strikes”.In its launch year, MotherJumpers saw 34 mums around Australia jump out of planes and raise over $35,000, for Support for Mums a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to mums and their families in circumstantial crisis such as perinatal depression, an unwell child or the loss of a partner, by providing mums and their families with practical, short term support and assistance.   Jumping at Bribie Island in front of family and friends, the mother of 2 children and owner of local business, www.marliandmo.com.au Marli and Mo Online Marketplace, aims to raise $1,000 that will go towards supporting women just like them, when they need it most.    “I am jumping because I know first hand what it’s like to go through Post Natal Depression, luckily I had the support, some women don’t. said Grosvenor. “With this jump also raising money for Support for Mums, I couldn’t say no to taking the plunge.” The local community is encouraged to support Natrice and can do so by searching for MotherJumpers at www.mycause.com.au.   Contact: Natrice Grosvenor from Marli and Mo Online Marketplace www.marliandmo.com.au MotherJumpers Organiser: Alli Price, Motivating Mum, 0401 039 133
Support for Mums Founder: Joanne Kosylo, Support for Mums, 0417 361 360
Logos and high-res images are available from Alli Price, Motivating Mum
For further information please follow the following link: http://www.motivatingmum.com/business-networking-a-events/current-events/details/56-motherjumpers     Brisbane Mums named finalist in National Competition 2013-08-26T03:25:34Z brisbane-mums-named-finalist-in-national-competition For Immediate Release                                             Press Release   Brisbane Mums named finalist in National Competition Brisbane based business owners and mums; Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer want to change the way women shop for their needs and their children’s needs. Together they have launched a niche online marketplace specialising in the needs of babies, children and women. The growth of the business in such a short space of time has seen the pair awarded as 1 of 5 finalists in the “Practical Parenting Mumpreneur 2013” awards. The site launched in October 2012 and within three months found themselves being nominated for a ‘Thumbs up’ for “The Cool Company Awards”, in the Anthill Community 2012” for entrepreneurs, business builders and innovators. “We are certainly honoured to be selected from a talented group of women in business around Australia to be one of 5 finalists in the 2013 Practical Parenting Mumpreneur of the Year Award” says Grosvenor. “We would all be deserving winners, after all we’re all mother's, juggling life, business and babies” “It takes a lot of hard work, long and odd hours, sacrifices of your own personal time, but the reward of seeing our Community grow is certainly worth the time.” Says Stahmer.  “To receive this award would be a lovely recognition of all the hard work that has gone into bringing Marli and Mo Online Marketplace to life.” It all started with a cracking idea (over a coffee and cake of course) by two women who had spent years collecting unique objects from markets and quirky little stores.  Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer are both creative souls with an entrepreneurial streak. After both having children, their desire to create a flexible career around their families was the catalyst to taking a leap of faith in starting the business. Grosvenor comes from an 11-year corporate marketing career whilst Stahmer has an extensive Creative Designer background and print media. The business model comprises individual shops showcasing their goods, all in one convenient, safe and easy to find location that is open 24/7.  It connects well-known, undiscovered and up-and-coming labels to the Australian public.  Since its launch on October 15th 2012 it has grown to over 100 sellers in only 9 months with the community growing daily. The business model also supports other self-employed men and women by offering them a risk-free platform to grow their brand and business. Since launching, Marli and Mo have also released a quarterly publication “Anything but Ordinary” an online lifestyle magazine and an extension of Marli and Mo marketplace. Grosvenor says:  “My love for my children, my passion of handmade and supporting local led me on this journey. I have a commitment to helping the growth of our selling and buying community and how we can connect the two. We want others out there to support Australian businesses and keep our dollars local. The Marli and Mo marketplace is continually evolving as we discover even more, unique, innovative products and design talent daily. We would love your support by voting for us in the Practical Parenting Mumpreneur 2013 Awards. By winning this award, we are able to give back to our community to grow. Voting commences on 11th September and you will need to cast your vote at http://www.pp-mumpreneur.com.au/ Website: www.marliandmo.com.au  / For additional information, or interviews please contact: Natrice Grosvenor, Founding Partner natrice@marliandmo.com.au/ 0418 602 404     Queensland Based Business Mums named finalist in National Competition 2013-08-13T10:07:06Z queensland-based-business-mums-named-finalist-in-national-competition For Immediate Release                                                                Press Release Brisbane based business owners and mums; Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer want to change the way women shop for their needs and their children’s needs. Together they have launched a niche online marketplace specialising in the needs of babies, children and women. The growth of the business in such a short space of time has seen the pair awarded as 1 of 5 finalists in the “Practical Parenting Mumpreneur 2013” awards. The site launched in October 2012 and within three months found themselves being nominated for a ‘Thumbs up’ for “The Cool Company Awards”, in the Anthill Community 2012” for entrepreneurs, business builders and innovators. “We are certainly honoured to be selected from a talented group of women in business around Australia to be one of 5 finalists in the 2013 Practical Parenting Mumpreneur of the Year Award” says Grosvenor. “We would all be deserving winners, after all we’re all mother's, juggling life, business and babies” “It takes a lot of hard work, long and odd hours, sacrifices of your own personal time, but the reward of seeing our Community grow is certainly worth the time.” Says Stahmer.  “To receive this award would be a lovely recognition of all the hard work that has gone into bringing Marli and Mo Online Marketplace to life.” It all started with a cracking idea (over a coffee and cake of course) by two women who had spent years collecting unique objects from markets and quirky little stores.  Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer are both creative souls with an entrepreneurial streak. After both having children, their desire to create a flexible career around their families was the catalyst to taking a leap of faith in starting the business. Grosvenor comes from an 11-year corporate marketing career whilst Stahmer has an extensive Creative Designer background and print media. The business model comprises individual shops showcasing their goods, all in one convenient, safe and easy to find location that is open 24/7.  It connects well-known, undiscovered and up-and-coming labels to the Australian public.  Since its launch on October 15th 2012 it has grown to over 100 sellers in only 9 months with the community growing daily. The business model also supports other self-employed men and women by offering them a risk-free platform to grow their brand and business. Since launching, Marli and Mo have also released a quarterly publication “Anything but Ordinary” an online lifestyle magazine and an extension of Marli and Mo marketplace. Grosvenor says:  “My love for my children, my passion of handmade and supporting local led me on this journey. I have a commitment to helping the growth of our selling and buying community and how we can connect the two. We want others out there to support Australian businesses and keep our dollars local. The Marli and Mo marketplace is continually evolving as we discover even more, unique, innovative products and design talent daily. We would love your support by voting for us in the Practical Parenting Mumpreneur 2013 Awards. By winning this award, we are able to give back to our community to grow. Voting commences on 11th September and you will need to cast your vote at http://www.pp-mumpreneur.com.au/ Website: www.marliandmo.com.au   / For additional information, or interviews please contact: Natrice Grosvenor, Founding Partner natrice@marliandmo.com.au/ 0418 602 404     Want to grow your business and sell online, but don’t know where to start? 2013-05-26T23:46:26Z want-to-grow-your-business-and-sell-online-but-don-t-know-where-to-start What’s the secret to how you can grow your business, without spending additional money on advertising, marketing or expensive search engine optimisation, to make your brand more visible to your target market? The answer is Marli&Mo Online Marketplace. It’s simple, easy and best of all be one of the first 250 to set-up your online shop then we’ll waive the $49.99 joining fee so it’s FREE!  MarliandMo.com.au is Australia’s Awarded Online Marketplace for women, babies and children. Bringing buyers and sellers together to create a community of likeminded people. Add your brand to the treasury of gorgeous products already in our marketplace.  Did you know Australians spent $12.6 billion on online shopping in the year to November 2012. The National Australia Bank (NAB) Retail Sales Index. The two principal partners are work-at-home mums; Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer. “We have some amazing, creative, talented people from all around Australia featured on the site. We feel it’s time to shout about this new way of buying and selling on our dedicated marketplace site,” says Grosvenor. “We aim to connect designers, entrepreneurs and retailers directly with targeted consumers, providing both the retailers and the customers with a safe and convenient way to shop, all in one place,” says Stahmer. “It’s perfect for busy mums.” Marli&Mo is raising awareness of their steadily growing Marketplace. They are doing this via a direct marketing campaign, as well as ‘going viral’ on all social media outlets with a simple message: “Discover, Connect & Shop”. Anyone can join Marli&Mo’s community. Just by registering an e-mail address, members will be inspired by blogs, enjoy Designer Spotlight interviews, read the latest e-magazine, enter competitions, and of course stay in touch via a monthly e-mail highlighting new and unique products. Website: www.marliandmo.com.au   / For additional information, or interviews please contact: Natrice Grosvenor, Founding Partner natrice@marliandmo.com.au/ 0418 602 404   We are 'Anything but Ordinary' and you will agree 2013-05-01T02:15:18Z we-are-anything-but-ordinary-and-you-will-agree FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Natrice Grosvenor Company: MiniMoh's Online Marketplace Telephone No.: 0418 602 404 Website: http://www.minimohs.com.au Email: mailto:natrice@minimohs.com.au Two Women Making their Business ‘Anything but Ordinary’ Brisbane based business owners and mums, Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer want to change the way women shop for their needs and their children’s needs. Together they have just launched a free e-magazine ‘Anything but Ordinary’ to showcase the products found within their Award winning online marketplace – MiniMoh’s. MiniMoh’s Online Marketplace specialises in the needs of babies, children and women. "We stock things that are innovative, inspiring and anything but ordinary,” says Stahmer.  “We aim to connect designers, entrepreneurs and retailers directly with targeted consumers, providing both the retailers and the customers with a safe, convenient way to shop, all in one place,” says Grosvenor. “It’s perfect for busy mums.” That is why MiniMoh’s is considered as one of the best all-in-one online marketplaces, because it keeps online shopping as simple as possible. “We have some amazing, creative, talented people from all around Australia featured on the site. We feel it’s time to shout about them and showcase them in their own light” says Grosvenor. The e-magazine ‘Anything but Ordinary’ will provide shoppers with a whole new level of convenience to shop online. By being able to ‘shop the look’, readers will be able to purchase from the e-magazine via redirection to their marketplace. The newly launched e-magazine is available to view here Readers of the e-magazine will be entertained with gorgeous product features, interviews with inspirational men and women, multiple competitions to enter, shop the look options to purchase items directly. Natrice and Debbie are continually developing and innovating new ideas to support the business’ that are a part of the MiniMoh’s Community. For more information about the first quarterly e-magazine of MiniMoh’s Online Marketplace, visit http://www.minimohs.com.au or e-mail natrice@minimohs.com.au. Mums on a mission to help other mums grow their small businesses 2012-09-07T04:02:34Z mums-on-a-mission-to-help-other-mums-grow-their-small-businesses MiniMoh’s Online Marketplace, www.minimohs.com.au is a shopping destination like no other. A purpose-built online marketplace for babies’, children’s and mums’ clothing and products that are handmade, new or pre-loved. MiniMoh’s is a collective consisting of independent shop owners, designers and small business entrepreneurs showcasing their goods. The two principal partners are work-at-home mums themselves; Natrice Grosvenor and Debbie Stahmer. "We have some amazing, creative, talented people from all around Australia featured on the site. We feel it's time to shout about this new way of buying and selling on our dedicated marketplace site,” says Grosvenor. “We aim to connect designers, entrepreneurs and retailers directly with targeted consumers, providing both the retailers and the customers with a safe, convenient way to shop, all in one place,” says Stahmer. “It’s perfect for busy mums.” Minimoh’s is currently raising awareness of their free-to-join facility for retailers. To do that, they are engaging retailers in a direct marketing campaign, as well as ‘going viral’ on all social media outlets with a simple message: “Let us help you grow your business nationally.” This will give many work-at-home mums a new avenue to earn a living – all without needing to raise any capital. Anyone can join MiniMoh’s community. Just by registering an e-mail address, members will be inspired by blogs, enjoy Designer Spotlight interviews, be able to enter competitions, and of course stay in touch via a weekly e-mail highlighting new and unique products. Minimoh’s has yet to launch and already ‘mumpreneurs’ are taking advantage of the unique cost-effective selling opportunities by signing up for their own online market stall. The site will launch Monday, 15th October 2012. Website: https://www.minimohs.com.au For additional information, or interviews please contact: Natrice Grosvenor, Founding Partner natrice@minimohs.com.au / 0418 602 404