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The Female Entrepreneur Association (FEA) is a project dedicated to championing female entrepreneurs all over the world. Founded by Carrie Green in 2011, the project focusses on putting female entrepreneurs in the spotlight by publishing their stories. Its online platform aims to motivate women to share their stories and experience to help empower and inspire each other. Once a month, the FEA publishes a free digital magazine called This Girl Means Business, offering interviews, how-tos and other inspiring strategies for women to create successful foundations for their businesses. There are now published stories from female entrepreneurs in the UK, America, Canada, Hong Kong, Russia, Sri Lanka and Australia.

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  • The Female Entrepreneur Association (FEA) is a project dedicated to championing female entrepreneurs all over the world. Founded by Carrie Green in 2011, the project focusses on putting female entrepreneurs in the spotlight by publishing their stories. Its online platform aims to motivate women to share their stories and experience to help empower and inspire each other. Once a month, the FEA publishes a free digital magazine called This Girl Means Business, offering interviews, how-tos and other inspiring strategies for women to create successful foundations for their businesses. There are now published stories from female entrepreneurs in the UK, America, Canada, Hong Kong, Russia, Sri Lanka and Australia. FEA is a global project based in England.
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  • The Female Entrepreneur Association (FEA) is a project dedicated to championing female entrepreneurs all over the world. Founded by Carrie Green in 2011, the project focusses on putting female entrepreneurs in the spotlight by publishing their stories. Its online platform aims to motivate women to share their stories and experience to help empower and inspire each other. Once a month, the FEA publishes a free digital magazine called This Girl Means Business, offering interviews, how-tos and other inspiring strategies for women to create successful foundations for their businesses. There are now published stories from female entrepreneurs in the UK, America, Canada, Hong Kong, Russia, Sri Lanka and Australia.
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