Stella’s Little Bit of Greece celebrates International Women’s Day
Chelmsford eatery Stella’s Little Bit of Greece is highlighting the importance of female entrepreneurship ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8.
“This is an important occasion, and has gained in significance in the last few years,” says owner Stella Coutsavakis.
International Women’s Day has been held since the early twentieth century and is now marked on the same day each year. In 2019, the theme is #BalanceforBetter and groups across the world will be calling for a more gender-balanced world.
Coutsavakis continues: “I want to use the day to emphasise the importance of female entrepreneurs, and women in business helping each other. My dad used to run a Greek restaurant, and he’s been fantastically helpful, but the support of other women really matters as well.
“That’s especially true given that I run Stella’s by myself.”
The business serves freshly made, authentic dishes and desserts hailing from Coutsavakis’s native Greece, and caters for business and private parties, meetings and other gatherings. It also delivers across its local area.
On the menu are classic staples such as moussaka and stuffed vine leaves, spinach and feta pie, and, of course, traditional Greek salad. Mouthwatering baklava and other pastries round off the meal, and celebration cakes can also be made to order.
“I have a real passion for what I do, and, for me, International Women’s Day is all about celebration,” concludes Coutsavakis.
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For more information contact Stella Coutsavakis on 07762 540499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also visit https://en-gb.facebook.com/stellaslittlebitofgreece/ and https://stellaslittlebitofgreece.co.uk/