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Bexley mum provides lifeline to small businesses

PUBLISHED: 12:43 17 September 2015 | UPDATED: 13:12 17 September 2015

Davinia Springer

Davinia Springer

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A Bexley mum of two is helping local business owners by working as a personal assistant with a difference

Bexley mum of two, Davinia Springer is running a unique personal assistant service to other busy business parents, by taking on the jobs they hate.

Trading as Pink Spaghetti, the former NHS worker described her business as “pay as you go” and said: “I can take over the tasks that no business owner enjoys, from managing their social media to decluttering, book-keeping and creating newsletters.

“Pink Spaghetti exists to take away the leg work from a business owner and give them more time to spend on the parts of their business that they love.”

Ms Springer has two children, both under four years old, and believes many of her clients will also be working mums.


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