Ella Mills inspires at Edinburgh’s egg networking event

Egg Event guests with Ella Mills, Rachel Hein Photography

BUSINESS-FOCUSED members of Scotland’s largest online women’s networking platform, egg, gathered at the new W Hotel in Edinburgh for an exclusive appearance by clean-eating expert Ella Mills, founder of Deliciously Ella. The event, part of egg’s Pathways to Success series, marked the platform’s first in-person event of the year, bringing together female business leaders and creatives to discuss entrepreneurship, plant-based living, and the importance of a robust support network.

Kylie Reid, ‘Head Egg,’ expressed excitement about hosting Ella Mills, saying, “She gave us such a candid insight into the complexities, challenges and joys of starting and running your own business, and crucially the importance of a really strong support network.”

The Women on Top event, held in the hotel’s iconic Ribbon building, drew a sell-out crowd, showcasing the growing influence of egg, which boasts over 100,000 followers and members across Scotland’s five cities.

L-R: egg founder Kylie Reid in conversation with Ella Mills at the W Hotel, Edinburgh; guests at the Women on Top event. Images by Rachel Hein Photography.

Ella Mills shared insights into her entrepreneurial journey, emphasising the significance of a strong support network. The event featured a thought-provoking Q&A session, offering attendees the opportunity to engage directly with the clean-eating advocate.

Reid highlighted the impact of funding from the Scottish Government’s Pathways program and a strategic partnership with RBS, stating, “This funding and our new partnership with RBS will help us break down more barriers and facilitate the launch and growth of more women-led businesses.”

The Women on Top series, supported by the Scottish Government’s Pathways program, will tour across Scotland, providing egg members with opportunities to connect, learn, and support each other. The events, including childcare options, aim to inspire and empower women entrepreneurs.

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