Next up in our International Women's Day series is an interview with Sylvia Garvin, founder of Sejuiced. We spoke about the importance of speaking out about women's rights, Sylvia's experiences as a female business owner, and the impacts of COVID-19 on her business.
Throughout February, we've been speaking to female business owners to find out more about their work, achievements, and the importance of celebrating International Women's Day. This week we chatted with Sylvia Garvin, founder of Sejuiced, to find out more about her business and experiences within the food and drinks industry.
Tell us a little bit about Sejuiced.
I've been in the drinks world for over 15 years, originally starting out from a pop-up juice bar on Portobello Road market. I started receiving customer enquiries to supply our drinks at events, so Sejuiced was born. We specialise in bespoke drinks for businesses.