#SBS Meet Up

Those of you on Twitter will probably know about Small Business Sunday (#sbs in Twitterspeak) where Theo Paphitis of Dragons’ Den chooses six small businesses each week.

Theo retweets each of the six winners’ tweets to his followers (there’s more than 200,000 of them!) and I was lucky enough to be a winner last year. . .

Theo's retweet

Theo's retweet

. . .  it brought me lots of new followers as well as lots of extra website and blog visitors (and even a few extra sales).

It was all good stuff indeed, but I didn’t think a lot more of it.  Until now . . .

Now I’ve been invited (along with all the other winners) to a meet up, in Edgbaston, Birmingham on 30th March.  I’m not sure what to expect, but it all sounds very exciting!  I can’t wait to meet all the other tweeters, especially the craft and design tweeters!!  How exciting it would be to meet Theo himself, too.

Or not . . . I think maybe I would just get tongue tied and end up making a complete idiot of myself!! :oops:

Is anyone else out there going?  It’d be lovely to meet you! :-)



  1. Caroline says:

    Well done Wendy we expect full details on your return

  2. RosMadeMe says:

    Congratulations… if you walk into a room and there are piles of money, I think it might be the early rounds of Dragons Den! Cannot wait to hear how it goes :)

  3. Charters says:

    That’s amazing Wendy, congratulations – looking forward to hearing all about it.

  4. alison says:

    Well done! Look forward to hearing all about it when you’ve been.

  5. Jill says:

    Hope you have a great time

    How is your foot?

  6. Hanbagd by Helen says:

    I know someone else who was featured and I think she is going. You might want to drop her a line http://angelasmithjewellery.blogspot.co.uk/ ? Hope you enjoy it and look forward to the blog post about it.

  7. Adaliza says:

    That’s seriously cool, Wendy! I think you should take some plaques along for him to autograph, then you could add some sentiments & we could all buy them and hang them up for inspiration! Or maybe not!! Anyway, I think it’s just brilliant – congratulations.

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