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Jemimah Ashleigh: one of Canberra’s Top female entrepreneurs

Jemimah Ashleigh: one of Canberra’s Top female entrepreneurs

It’s not every day you come across remarkable women who have the strength and courage to use their talents to embark on a successful entrepreneurial journey. Canberra businesswoman, Jemimah Ashleigh is named one of Australia’s Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs by My Entrepreneur Magazine and a Woman to Watch in 2018.

This inspirational businesswoman has created three businesses from scratch and earned her stripes as one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs. She is now a vastly pursued business consultant, speaker and mentor who is determined to provide business owners with the tools they need to succeed in their endeavours.

Jemimah has three Degrees and a Master’s in the areas of criminology, fraud investigation and security. With a former decade-long career in the Australian Federal Police (AFP) as a criminal intelligence analyst, Jemimah had the fortitude to pursue her passion for entrepreneurship.

Tangs Design jewellery. Photos: Supplied.

Tangs Design is Jemimah’s jewellery business that was built after a chance encounter with a jewellery designer workshop in New York. The experience triggered a light bulb moment that put her on a path to learning the craft and creating the successful jewellery brand, Tangs Design.

Jemimah co-hosted The Business Experiment podcast, which initiated thought leadership around what it takes to really be in business, where she interviewed some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs.

As a leader in the Canberra business networking scene, Jemimah is also a social media practitioner, soon-to-be author, comedian and improviser amongst other titles. Jemimah’s ability to turn her passions into a rewarding career where she does what she loves daily is truly fascinating.

You can find Jemimah at https://www.jemimahashleigh.com/

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Instagram: @jemimahashleigh

Original Article published by Nina Gbor on the RiotACT.

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