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  • Zoe Bliss

International Women's Day 2021

It's International Women's Day and a chance for us all to celebrate women's achievements. It's also a chance for me to give a big cheer to the women I've met on my business journey so far and to all the important women in my life who have always been inspirational, but never more so than when dealing with the challenges of the past year.

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Photo credits (clockwise):

1. Michelle Obama, October 2016

Photo by Tim Pierce - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

2. Jacinda Ardern

Photo by Newzild - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

3. Noor Inayat Khan

Photo by unknown author - This is photograph HU 74868 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums., Public Domain,

4. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 2016

Photo by Supreme Court of the United States, Photographer: Steve Petteway [1] - Supreme Court of the United States (Source 2), Public Domain,

5. Greta Thunberg

Photo by European Parliament - This file has been extracted from another file: Greta Thunberg urges MEPs to show climate leadership (49618310531).jpg, CC BY 2.0,

6. Irena Sendler

Photo by Unknown author - Teresa Prekerowa "Konspiracyjna Rada Pomocy Żydom w Warszawie 1942-1945"( The underground Council to Aid Jews in Warsaw 1942-1945) Warszawa 1982 ISBN 83-06-00622-4. Immediate source: Irena Sendler 1943 (2) online., Public Domain,

7. Jessica Ennis-Hill

Photo by Adam Kerfoot-Roberts from Halifax, UK - Yorkshire Track and Field Championships-48, CC BY-SA 2.0,

8. Marie Curie

Photo by Henri Manuel - Christie's, Public Domain,

9. Malala Yousafzai

Photo by Southbank Centre -, CC BY 2.0,

10. Rosa Parks

Photo by unknown author - USIA / National Archives and Records Administration Records of the U.S. Information Agency Record Group 306, Public Domain,

11. Serena Williams

Photo by Edwin Martinez -, CC BY 2.0,

12. Emmeline Pankhurst

Photo by Matzene, ChicagoRestored by Adam Cuerden -, Public Domain,

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