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Anna Jones: 'Quite often the only thing holding women back is a belief in themselves'

Posted On: 12 Apr 2021   |   Posted By: Marie Claire

Anna Jones: 'Quite often the only thing holding women back is a belief in themselves'

This International Women's Day, Female founder Anna Jones is giving us some insight into getting to the top and why we should be supporting each other... It takes blood, sweat and tears to create a business from scratch, especially as a woman, and you will need a strong sisterhood around you if you want to get to the top.
No one knows this more than Anna Jones, co-founder of AllBright , former CEO of Hearst and all-round inspiration.
After identifying a need for professional female networking, Anna and her co-founder serial entrepreneur Debbie Wosskow left their CEO jobs and started at the bottom to create AllBright, a professional community for smart-minded women.
Their mantra? Sisterhood works. And their aim? To bring smart-minded women together to connect, create and collaborate, whether at their beautiful members' clubs or via their new digital platform.
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