Dad’s the Word: First Father Joins Economummy Business Network

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Photography for Little People Cheltenham owner Ben Higham is proud to announce that he will be the very first father to join the Gloucestershire business network Economummy.
After 13 years working in marketing roles Ben recently launched the Photography for Little People Cheltenham franchise in order to fit work around his family life. Launching his own business has allowed Ben to spend more time with his family, share the childcare with his wife and start to build up a client base for the business.
Photography for Little People Cheltenham offer a free photo shoot in the comfort of your home and we specialise in creating beautiful images of newborn babies, children and family groups. The advantage of having a mobile studio is that it allows your little ones to be far more relaxed in their home environment which makes life easier for mum and makes for better photos.
Ben says “Becoming a part of the Economummy network will help Photography for Little People Cheltenham to reach to potential customers in several ways such as the popular monthly ‘On the High Street’ event in the Beechwood Shopping Centre and utilising the business directory listing. It will also help me to build relationships with a network of like-minded small business people throughout the region.”
“I am delighted that Hayley has adjusted the ethos of Economummy to start including fathers into the network, and I hope so see many more of us joining in the future. Economummy is about supporting families in Gloucestershire to grow their businesses alongside their families and I am really excited to now be a part of it.”
Hayley commented “Committed to helping families across Gloucestershire find flexible work solutions Economummy is proud to welcome our first Econodaddy. Starting a business can be tough at any time but with children in tow, sleepless nights and quite often on part time hours starting a business after starting a family adds additional pressures for both mums and dads. We are also pleased that Ben will be joining us in the Beechwood Shopping Centre on the 27th October.”
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