Buy Time Live Life Founder Fronts 2015 Femme Fatale Pack

The contemporary world of business is rapidly transforming, with forward thinking female entrepreneurs at the frontier. 2015 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting years yet, with Buy Time Live Life Founder Michelle Devonish pegged as one of London’s most promising new businesswomen. The leading concierge and lifestyle management provider is one of the nation’s most innovative new businesses and offers Brits the opportunity to hire professionals to complete errands and odd jobs in order to reclaim precious time.

Michelle's career began at the luxury brand Dunhill, and she then went on to work for other prestigious brands such as Nespresso coffee and Burberry's where she was labelled the “best sales person they've ever had.”  After taking a career break to nurse her terminally ill mother, Michelle then carved herself into a multifaceted mumpreneur and freelance events professional, UK and internationally. From the management and organisation of the cricket world cup (ICCC) mascot opening, to delivering creative consultantancy to Antigua & Barbuda UK tourism.

Michelle then developed her own business Flambeau Events, which allowed Brits to have their bespoke wedding designed at literally any location in Antigua or Barbados, without the typical conveyor belt wedding offered at the hotels. Michelle has not stopped there, and has also become a speaker and motivator for women of domestic abuse. Working closely with the Her Centre in London, Woolwich, Michelle gives back to a charity that she has a strong personal connection with. 

After launching earlier this year, Michelle’s newest venture Buy Time Live Life has gone on to emerge as an invaluable asset for Londoners with hectic schedules. Michelle was one of these endlessly occupied capital dwellers which inspired her to create a service that offered everyday Brits the chance to buy a little extra time when it is needed most.  From picking up the dry cleaning to having a virtual PA on hand when the to-do list piles up, Michelle and her company is helping Londoners de-stress and improve their work/life balance.

Michelle Devondish, Co-Founder of Buy Time Live Life says, “As a female entrepreneur, I have gone through struggles myself trying to manage my work/life balance and ensure I spend enough quality time with my family. The number of female businesswomen and entrepreneurs is increasing, and my message to them is – don’t try and do it all yourself. Outsourcing can be a godsend, so I set up my business to allow you to focus on yours.”

Of course the lifestyle management service also caters to busy men with hectic schedules who could use an extra hand at home or in the office. All business needs can be catered for including staff recruitment and a chauffeur service, and more personal jobs such as dog walking and event planning are also available. With the holidays fast approaching Londoners can also entrust the personal shoppers at Buy Time Live Life to pound the pavements of Oxford Street to find the perfect gifts for loved ones.

In the lead up to the festive season Buy Time Live Life has published a specially curated Christmas price list designed to offer clients exceptional value for money on all of their favourite services. The company is expecting an influx of bookings and is urging customers to get in quick in order to avoid disappointment. 

Michelle is available for interviews to talk about her entrepreneurial spirit, past career, her new time management company or to comment on being a “mumpreneur.” Please use contact details below.

For more information about Buy Time Live Life and how Michelle’s pioneering lifestyle management and concierge service is changing the lives of busy Brits, visit the website: www.buytimelivelife.co.uk

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