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The Summer Talks with Victoria Prew

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The Brentford Project

Catherine Wheel Road

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Come and listen to The Summer Talks, journalist Sara McCorquodale interviews founder of wardrobe rental shop HURR, Victoria Prew

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Hear from Victoria Prew, the co-Founder and CEO of HURR, the fashion marketplace changing the way we wear. Recognised as Drapers “30 Under 30”, Prew was the first to tap into the booming circular economy, spearheading rental fashion and shifts in Millennial and Gen-Z behaviour.

Join Ballymore and Sara McCorquordale at The Brentford Project to discover how Victoria founded and grew her revolutionary business.

The Summer Talks invite inspirational and influential business minds to share their stories, knowledge and insights in an evening session that can be joined in person or virtually through The Brentford Project’s IGTV.

Guests will be kept refreshed with drinks and nibbles from local Brentford favourite, Rye by the Water.

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The Brentford Project is a new cultural initiative by Ballymore, conceived to celebrate the creative diversity of the town and establish it as a bold platform for the arts, live music and food. An inclusive place that showcases and promotes the enjoyment of being on the waterfront, with an appreciation for culture and community. More than this, The Brentford Project is the first step towards establishing a new town centre, that will reimagine the yards and lanes connecting the high street to the waterfront, with a unique dining, entertainment, residential and retail scene. A place that brings people together. A place to be inspired by. A place to enjoy life.

For further information on The Brentford Project , please visit: www.thebrentfordproject.com.

 

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