Solving that old problem of keeping the kids amused

It's almost that time of year when children look forward to the end of school and parents worry about keeping them entertained during the summer holidays.

25th May, 2013
Emma Slowe, children's entertainer: 'The business started off as a hobby, but requests became so frequent, I decided to turn it into a business'.

Emma Slowe, children's entertainer

**What it does:** children's parties and summer camps

**Why it works:** "More and more, parents want value for money. They don't want to say no to their children, but they can't afford to take their class out for about €15 a head." - *Emma Slowe, owner*

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