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What completing the London Marathon taught me about life, mindset and goals. Rupinder Kaur

                                        In 2014 I completed a life long goal of
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Keep Calm…We’re Back!

  Well that turned out to be a far lengthier sabbatical than expected! There are many, many, many reasons for this which quite frankly are far too boring to
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AWMB Nominated for the UK’ Largest Diversity Awards!

Asian Women MEAN Business have been nominated for Community Organisation – Gender at The 2015 National Diversity Awards. The ceremony celebrates some of the excellent and inspiring achievements of
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Asian Women of Achievement award – and the winner is…

When I heard earlier this year that I had been nominated by BMA members (British Medical Association) for the Asian Woman of Achievement I was really surprised…It’s my job
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A response to Sheryl Sandberg….

A British Asian response to Sheryl Sandberg’s comments by British Asian Woman Last month, Facebook Chief Operating Officer and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg spoke out against sexism and
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WE ARE ONE!

We actually can’t believe it but we have turned one! How did that happen so quickly?!?!   It was in February 2014 that Panna had organised an ‘Asian Women
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Breaking into the Corporates!

Breaking into the Corporates! On Wednesday 12th November WEConnect International hosted their European Conference 2014. Their mission is to ensure that majority-women-owned business (51%) are given fair and equal
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How dependent are you on encouragement from family and friends?

Hello and thank you for taking your time to read my first ever blog! This week on twitter I hosted my first twitter chat for Asian Women Mean Business,
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Confessions of an AWMB Intern: What do I Sikh?

Confession: I did not used to be proud of my culture. I did not used to be proud to be Sikh. In fact, I used to be embarrassed of
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Confessions of an AWMB Intern: The Catty Competition?

  Confession: I was worried about coming to work for Asian Women Mean Business all because of the first half of the company name, “Asian Women”. Don’t get me