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Join us for an evening of networking and honest conversation about our business highs and lows, hosted by Co.Co Place. We have Celia Cecchi from I Scream Nails joining us who will share her story and managing business growth, plus the valuable business lessons she's learnt along the way.  Meet likeminded women and make real connections while enjoying some delicious food by Street Feast and a glass of wine. Plus all attendees will have the chance to win some amazing door prizes from local businesses.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

Founded by Celia Cecchi in August 2012, I Scream Nails first made it’s mark on the Melbourne nail art scene setting up a pop up salon in a half vacant space behind Northcote fashion store Lupa Clothing. A four week pop up salon quickly turned into a full time gig and I Scream Nails has become Australia’s most in demand team of nail artists.

With over a year of pop up salons and events under their belt, in September 2013 I Scream Nails opened their first permanent salon in the heart of Collingwood, Melbourne — located just 5 minutes from the CBD.

In February 2014 I Scream Nails launched the very first ‘Nail art bike’, a portable nail painting station that can be seen around the streets of Melbourne painting peoples nails.

In October 2014, I Scream Nails branched out and launched their first Sydney Salon in Newtown. Also providing event services and pop up salons all around Sydney.

Made up of a team of 20+ nail artists, I Scream Nails has worked and collaborated with some of Australia’s biggest brands including Westfield, Myer, Sportsgirl and Kit Cosmetics (to name a few!) plus they've been involved in over 250 events since established and worked with amazing companies such as Victoria Racing Club (Melbourne Cup Carnival), Nike, Seek, Specsavers, Lululemon Athletica and Timeout Melbourne.

*5% from each ticket sold goes to the Australian National Committee for UN Women - the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women

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