As seen in the press: Absolute Collagen
Absolute Collagen has been very busy over the past month. We’ve been featured in a lot of publications and they all had fab things to say about our product and our founder. That’s why we’re doing an ‘As Seen In The Press’ roundup in case you missed any of our shoutouts.
As seen in the press: Maxine Laceby
Our brilliant founder and CEO, Maxine Laceby, was interviewed in so many brilliant publications. These range from Real Business to Forbes… even on Sky News!
In Real Business, Maxine talks about the battle of being an older female entrepreneur and how her experiences as a mother helps her run her business.
Maxine also discusses working with her daughters and winning the CEW award with Express & Star.
Here are a few other publications that featured Maxine:
You may have spotted Maxine in Forbes talking about how the idea for Absolute Collagen started, what it’s like being a late starter and working with dyslexia, and how far the business has grown. It’s been a long but inspiring journey, so make sure you read all about it.
Maxine was also interviewed by Business Quarter for their Start-Up Stories to talk all things Absolute Collagen, including what makes us different from our competitors. She also shared some advice for aspiring entrepreneurs like she once was.
She also made an appearance on BBC World News to talk about how she made Absolute Collagen, what it’s like working after being a stay-at-home-mum for 25 years, and more.
Last but not least, you might have seen her on the Ian King show on Sky News recently, where she sat down to talk about how Absolute Collagen has become a direct to consumer beauty brand, putting customers first.
Absolute Collagen as seen in the press
But the recent press isn’t all about Maxine - Absolute Collagen got a few shout-outs, too!
And beauty journalist, Alice-Hart Davis, also wrote about Absolute Collagen on a few occasions.
Alice had been trying out various methods to boost complexion and discovered how a daily dose of Vitamin C can work wonders.
Absolute Collagen was one of the treatments that she had the opportunity to try and afterwards, she had this to say for the Daily Mail: “These can make a measurable difference to your skin and several brands have conducted clinical trials that demonstrate the improvements their products can make”.
She also had more positive things to say in the Telegraph: “I’m not prepared to stop taking them, to see what I would look like without.” Thanks for the kind words, Alice!
We’ve been having an amazing few months so far! Stay tuned for more Absolute Collagen ‘as seen in the press’ roundups!