This year marks a pivotal moment in history and one that proved rather fitting for our next Fabulous and Fearless feature- 100 years since women were first given the right to vote. As part of this milestone, Bolton, Bristol, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester and Nottingham were named ‘Centenary Cities’ by the government to help celebrate, promote and educate people about this momentous period. We’ve taken a closer look at some of these cities and their pioneering women who helped shape history and made votes for women possible. We have a lot to thank them for ladies!
We have an exiting post for your today, let us introduce you to our next Fabulous and Fearless Woman, Clare Muscutt. Clare made the brave decision to leave a successful career behind to set-up her own business, CMXperience. We caught up with her to find out about her journey and how her wealth of experience shaped her fearless decision.
We’re delighted to introduce the founder of social enterprise No More Taboo, Chloe Tingle, who is first woman to feature in our new Fabulous and Fearless Women blog column. Read about Chloe’s inspiring journey from studying engineering in a male dominated environment to launching No more Taboo at just 23-years-old. How’s that for fearless?!
We have a special treat for you today, and something that we’ve been wanting to share for a while. Now that the madness of the festive period is behind us, we can fully immerse ourselves into our new vision for Audenza and finally share it with you all too. Here you can read about our #livefabulousandfearless monthly competition and new blog column. It’s exciting stuff!
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