What Works for Jennifer Armbrust: Building A Business With Feminist Values

Tara McMullin
May 15, 2018 · 4 min read
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The Nitty Gritty

  • How Jennifer’s creative entrepreneurial journey influenced the creation of Sister and Feminine Business School
  • What led Jennifer to transition from solopreneurship to a brand that’s bigger than her — and how collaboration sets the foundation for Sister
  • The practical and foundational values of creating and formulating a feminist business
  • Why you should see your business as a partnership and some of the tools Jennifer uses to connect students with their business’ “spirit”

What is a feminine economy?

Infusing feminine ideals into daily life

Scaling from one to many, with intention

What Works

What Works is honest conversation about running & growing a…

Tara McMullin

Written by

Founder & Executive Producer of What Works and The What Works Network — a small business podcast & community. Formerly Tara Gentile.

What Works

What Works is honest conversation about running & growing a small business today. We seek out the thoughtful, intentional, and unconventional ways small business owners make it work.

Tara McMullin

Written by

Founder & Executive Producer of What Works and The What Works Network — a small business podcast & community. Formerly Tara Gentile.

What Works

What Works is honest conversation about running & growing a small business today. We seek out the thoughtful, intentional, and unconventional ways small business owners make it work.

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