AN ambitious student from Cinnamon Brow has started her own successful branding business. 

Former Birchwood High pupil Bobbi Watkins has worked all hours of the night to get her company Bobbi Nicole Designs up and running, while juggling a undergraduate’s degree and part-time job. 

The 20-year-old has always had a passion for graphic design, having studied it during her time at Birchwood and throughout her A-Level studies at Warrington and Vale College. 

But now she wants to put her skills to use and has started her own branding company, offering businesses a refresher service to revive their current branding. 

Warrington Guardian: Bobbi started her business Bobbi Nicole Designs last OctoberBobbi started her business Bobbi Nicole Designs last October (Image: Molly Horrocks)

Bobbi studies graphic design at Manchester Metropolitan University and her dream is to one day run a successful and flourishing branding business of her own. 

“I started the business in October last year,” she said. “I want to help smaller business to have better branding. 

“I have three different packages and customers can fill out an enquiry form online to outline what they want and then I will chat to them in more detail about this.” 

During the businesses first year, Bobbi has already had nine clients from a variety of small businesses across the country. 

“I have amazing feedback from customers who come back to me for more jobs they want doing,” she added. 

The ambitious entrepreneur spoke of how her love grew for art and design since being in school, saying how she has always been a creative spirit. 

Warrington Guardian: Bobbi said she has always had ambitions of running her own businessBobbi said she has always had ambitions of running her own business (Image: Molly Horrocks)

Addressing her work-driven lifestyle which is a far cry from the party scene many students her age will be captivated by, she said: “It can be quite challenging, but it is something I want to take further when I finish my degree. 

“I have never been into the clubbing and going out loads.” 

The smallest branding package Bobbi offers can take up to three weeks in production she explained, meaning she works late nights to ensure the work gets finished. 

“I am in uni three days a week, I work at Subway three days a week too, but I stay up late to get it done. 

“One of my goals is to the boss of my own business,” she added. 

To find out more about Bobbi Nicole Designs, visit the website or Bobbi’s Instagram page @bobbinicoledesigns