Kelly is our Guardian Angel. Having launched an incredibly successful keepsake business of her own she has followed her heart to become part of the Keepsake team to help other people do the same. Kelly will guide you through our business start up incubator and ensure you are connected to all the right people when the time is right for you.
Support Angels are on hand to help with product questions and you are free to ask them questions about marketing and growing a business. They are a few years ahead of you and all run their own keepsake businesses and are there to help you get off to a flying start.
Dee is a ninja digital marketing expert with an exceptional talent for branding. She will support Kelly and you while you work with our designer, Darrell, to help ensure your business takes on the right identity from the start so you are building on firm foundations. From working out your ‘ideal customer’ to getting your logo to speak a thousand words (and the right words) Sam’s expertise will ensure you and your business get off to the right start.
Pippa tirelessly supports our members from getting you start up kits to you as quickly as possible to making sure you get all the information you need. Pippa is always on hand to hold your hand when needed and will be your main point of contact for all things ‘keepsake’. We would all be lost without Pippa and is a complete diamond 🙂
Claire Turner is a Social Media whizz and hosts our members social media clinics and records up-to date training for our members to access on all topics of Social Media.
Claire Sage is a member of the team at Keepsake HQ and looks after the business legals, sourcing amazing offers with suppliers on our members behalf and also researches new ranges for our members to launch.
Victoria is a creative, dyslexic, ex-computer scientist who has enjoyed a fantastic 15 years in business running The Keepsake Co. Since becoming a Mum she realised just how impossible life would have been if she was still in a career she hated, and how lucky she was to be able to earn money around her children while doing something she loved. She therefore set about creating ways in which she could support fellow Mums to ‘Break Up’ with a 9-5 they had fallen out of love with.