After a week of proving my skills, yesterday I was offered the job as E-commerce Copywriter for Rokit. From a stall in Camden market in the early 80s, Rokit has evolved into four amazing shops in London town with one of the biggest and busiest online stores currently holding around 20,000 amazing pieces of true vintage. By their own admission though the website is currently a disaster but the good news is the new fancy pants one launches in late February. I’m absolutely thrilled to be part of the team in this exciting time and my full time role begins on Monday. So far, I have written hundreds of product descriptions to go live next week, a blog post on my new knitwear crush Buffalo cardigans and eaten lots of cake. If this is life post 10 years of working for myself, it might not be too bad!
If you’d like to see what I’m up to in the meantime please come and join me on Instagram. Leona xxx
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