It’s no revelation that small business is all about juggling competing interests and responsibility, but amid the myriad of things to take care of, business consultant Jemima Ashleigh is calling on business owners to make a priority of also looking after themselves.

Jemimah will be sharing the why and how of self-care in business when she joins the Small Business Skills Summit as a presenter this August to discuss “self-care in entrepreneurship”.

Jemimah talks about how anxiety is now the leading mental illness in Australia, and the frantic small business environment is a fertile breeding ground for the symptoms.

Having built three successful businesses from scratch herself, Jemima is all too familiar with the busy pace that small business entails.

She is a highly sought-after business consultant, mentor, speaker and will be releasing her first book later in 2018.

Jemimah is the creative director of Tangs Design and is a social media practitioner. She will also be revealing her secrets to business success in an online program, aimed at entrepreneurs with big goals.

Jemimah speaks honestly about what it takes to build successful businesses and is passionate about giving business owners the tools they need to create a holistic approach to entrepreneurship including mental health and self-care. Jemimah is a speaker for beyondblue, an impact partner for Thankyou, and is on the board of The Hope Project.

She joins a passionate team of over 60 small business experts presenting as part in the Small Business Skills Summit.

Linda Reed-Enever and Clive Enever of networking and resources group Business Business Business are the brains behind the event and explain that the 11-day summit offers business owners access to a range of skills and expertise.

“This is a stellar line-up of 60 presenters that each offer a unique insight into critical aspects of the small business realm” Linda says.

“Not only do they have experience in small business, they are experts in their field, with skill sets ranging from intellectual property to accounting and branding.”

Linda continued that the key to the success of the summit was having presentations and information available online.

“We know business owners are busy. We know attending conferences means time away from the helm. That’s why this summit is delivered to operators wherever they are, whatever they do. They can take part from their couch, from their office or while on holidays.”

“What’s more, all presentations are available for three months after the event, so people can tune in or revisit whenever they need.”

The Small Business Skills Summit runs from August 6 to 16, with enrolments open now at


About Business Business Business – Business Business Business is a hub of information, made for business owners, by business owners. With the mantra “Learn, Connect, Network and Do” it is an arena dedicated to supporting and offering essential resources and skills to small business operators.

For further information or to arrange an interview, contact:

Linda Reed-Enever on 0433 149 319

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