Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle

World of Braiding & Extensions

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The Women’s Business Opportunity Network seminar recently held at the St Marks centre, Docklands. World of Braiding & Extensions Limited founders and sole sponsors of the event was motivated, to organise the second of these free quarterly seminars, by a sense of corporate responsibility and a giving back to the community spirit. The objectives of the WOBON seminars is to provide a platform for women to be inspired from the success stories of female business entrepreneurs and industry leaders. World Of Braiding Chief Executive, Joy Phido, hopes that the delegates to these seminars will be empowered to see a future of self employment as successful entrepreneurs. To date over 100 women have attended these seminars featuring speakers from  diverse fields including Hair Beauty Industry, General Beauty And Skin Care, Make Up And Anti-Ageing Therapy, Health And Wellness, Lifestyle, Personal Development And Nlp, Photography And Digital Technology,Business And Public Relations, Funding Strategies And Business Financing. Undoubtedly the high point of the day was a free demonstration of hair braiding training techniques by Joy Phido. Delegates were given full training demonstration on cornrows and single plaits and adding extensions to those techniques. Delegates were given the opportunity to try their hands at learning these techniques under Joy’s supervision. World of Braiding and Extensions Limited is London’s only HABIA accredited Hair Braiding Academy. World of Braiding has trained students from various parts of the world including The USA, Slovakia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Sweden, Ireland, Poland, Jamaica, Barbados, Papua New Guinea to name a few. The next WOBON seminar is scheduled for the end of September 2010. The planning already underway will hope to attract more speakers from an even more diversified field.

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