Face Matters founder Sally Curson becomes Prince’s Trust mentor

Published 03rd Sep 2016 by PB Admin
Face Matters founder Sally Curson becomes Prince’s Trust mentor

Face Matters founder Sally Curson has been invited by the Prince’s Trust to become a mentor of its Enterprise division.

Curson will work with the charity to help young women (18 to 30-year-olds) turn their beauty business ideas into a reality. The Enterprise division invests up to £1,000 in those they believe have the tenacity and necessary skills to launch their own start-up.

“I’m so proud and excited to be joining forces with the Prince’s Trust. Business doesn’t have to be daunting and I’m so looking forward to sharing my experience, passion and this opportunity in this environment, where every individual matters,” said Curson.

Curson, who founded anti-ageing skincare brand Face Matters in 2013, will be bringing a wealth of experience to the role, especially regarding overcoming hardships as she explained:

“My life fell apart quite spectacularly one week after my 40th birthday when my children and I became homeless. We were traumatised. Throwing myself into my beauty treatment business kept me sane and was almost a daily therapy for me.”

If you would like to find out more about the Prince’s Trust Enterprise division, click here.

PB Admin

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Published 03rd Sep 2016

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