Chester: Entrepreneur to feature in new book to be released next week

‘Fearless Connection: Real Life Stories From Entrepreneurs That Made It Happen’ will be released on Amazon following a hugely successful Kindle pre-release, where it has already hit bestseller in multiple categories.

The book is a collaboration between 10 different female entrepreneurs, sharing their tips for starting, growing and scaling a business, including Laura Clinton, whose business is based in Pulford.

It will be released on Amazon on Wednesday, May 10.

Laura is the founder of a platform called Equicantis which is an exercise prescription app for equine and canine physical therapists.

She is an equine musculoskeletal therapist herself and has been running that business, Equiflexion, for the last 13 years.

It was her first-hand frustrations surrounding formulating exercise plans for her clients that led her to create the subscription as a service (SaaS) platform, Equicantis, which launched in August 2021 and has subscribers in eight different countries so far.

In her chapter Laura shares her story of creating Equicantis alongside having a young family – the ups, the downs and her top tips.

The theme of the book is all centred on ‘connection’, since all 10 authors are connected by being members of the hugely successful Peakes Private Members Club, the brainchild of businesswoman Nicola Peake, from Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

Nicola launched Peakes Private Members Club at the end of 2021 as a place for real connection for entrepreneurs and business owners. As well as online networking and business workshops, Nicola provides luxury events around the country to forge and develop business relationships and friendships, with good food and lots of laughter!

Ten Peakes members then got together to produce ‘Fearless Connection’. The idea was to provide practical advice and tips that could easily be used by anyone in business.

Laura said: “It’s been wonderful to be a part of a project like writing a book alongside other female entrepreneurs, who I can also call my friends.

“We all hope we can give people some inspiration, but it’s not just about that, it’s packed full of tips and advice that women and men alike can put into practice to create their own success.”


Chester and District Standard | Business