AZURINA Launch Once In A Lifetime Investment Competition

Are you a female-founded business? Have recent times impacted your business progressing? If the answer to both of those is yes, then this just might be your saving grace.

Azurina (Az-uhr-eenah) has become the new obsession for all your chic effortless accessories needs. With products ranging from real leather bags to eye-catching jewelry pieces, the Azurina lifestyle brand has got it covered. The brand not only influences females to make their best fashion choices but also embodies everything it means to be a woman as a woman. The always on-trend pieces won’t break the bank but will step up your fashion game in the best way possible, they also offer student discounts which is always a win.

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Founded by sisters Charlie, Frankie and Jess way back in 2017 their journey from side hustle to booming business is all inspiring and is just one of the reasons why they are reaching out for similar ladies to take part in the latest venture. 

“We did everything the hard (and probably wrong!) way. Being young women in business has been a huge challenge and between us, we’ve acquired a wealth of practical, technical, and strategic knowledge of how to build and grow a brand we love and are proud of. Now we want to pay it forward and help other women do the same” – CEO Charlotte West

Azurina Angel Investors entails the winner to a £5-£10K investment, mentorship, and support for 1 year. Conducted through Azurina founders with access to the complete Azurina network of contacts as well as suppliers, this helping hand could really make a difference for the right person.

As a woman myself, I cannot express why it’s so important to encourage and support fellow females during these difficult times for everyone. It’s clear that Azurina values this as part of their brand which is why this completion shouldn’t be missed.

Aptly launched on Monday 8th March – International Women’s Day, you can apply through their website in which you will need to inform Azurina about you, your business, and your vision for your brand. Closing on Wednesday 31st March at midnight means applications should be made asap.

If this sounds like something you would like to be involved with or you fancy checking out the brand, you can find out more on their website, and be sure to check out their dreamy Instagram feed too. 

 

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