Sarah Curran of My Wardrobe to speak at MT's Inspiring Women

MT is delighted to announce that Sarah Curran, founder of fashion firm My-Wardrobe.com, will be taking to the stage at the MT Inspiring Women 2012 conference to share her entrepreneurial story.

by Rebecca Burn-Callander
Last Updated: 19 Aug 2013
With just a month to go until MT’s inaugural Inspiring Women conference, tickets are selling fast. Speakers include the inspirational Cilla Snowball CBE, chair of AMV BBDO, longstanding MT columnist Baroness Denise Kingsmill, Mumsnet co-founder Justine Roberts, and Sarah Curran, the founder of My-Wardrobe.com, one of the most popular online retailers in the UK today.

Curran launched her online business back in 2006 to sell ‘everyday luxury’ to women who wanted to find affordable but designer pieces to spruce up their wardrobes. In 2009, she successfully branched out into menswear fashion too. But Curran isn’t your everyday fashionista. An accomplished journalist and editor, it was while working for the online edition of The Times that Sarah developed an understanding and passion for internet publishing, which would lead her to launch her business on the web.

Headquartered in Nottingham, My Wardrobe currently boasts offices across the world, from North London to Australia, the Middle East to Scandinavia. Employing 110 staff, the business retails collections from over 180 leading womenswear and menswear designers including Anya Hindmarch, Philip Lim, Camilla Skovgaard, Paul Smith, Burberry and Acne.

At MT’s Inspiring Women conference, Curran will share her entrepreneurial journey, explaining how she made My Wardrobe a global internet sensation with over 1.4 million visitors every month and how she won over the big brands – all this while juggling a family too.

To meet Sarah Curran and hear inspirational advice from the rest of our stellar speakers, book your place at Inspiring Women today.

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