Celebrity boost for social media star Beckie's business

By Michael Upton | 08/03/2018

Celebrity boost for social media star Beckie's business

A ROTHERHAM entrepreneur has been endorsed by top businesswoman Jacqueline Gold as part of her campaign to champion women.

Beckie Coupe (pictured), who founded Infinity in 2014 to help fellow business owners make better use of social media, has been recognised by Ms Gold’s WOW Championing Working Women organisation.

She entered the WOW competition following the publication of her book, The Social Media Handbook for Soulful Entrepreneurs, earlier this month.

WOW, which was founded by Ann Summers chief executive Ms Gold, aims to give women a voice, empower them and celebrate their successes.

As part of the competition, businesses send Ms Gold a Tweet about their business and she then selects three winners who go on to receive a personal online endorsement. 

Beckie was picked as one of the prestigious business woman’s top three businesses out of more than 200 entrants.

She said: “When I heard about the WOW competition I knew that it would be a fantastic opportunity that would help get my very first book out into the world.

“Since it was released in January it has already made it into the Kindle daily bestseller’s chart and the paperback version, which is available on Amazon, has already made it as far as Australia.

“But my mission is to reach as many entrepreneurs as possible and help them to harness the power of social media to build their business. 

“Becoming a WOW winner will open up more doors and help me to spread my message far and wide.”

Having worked with social media since 2007, Beckie founded Infinity with a mission to help business owners learn how to use social media to stand out and grow their businesses online and is working on expanding her own business.

The Social Media Handbook for Soulful Entrepreneurs is available to buy on Amazon.

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