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Celebrating business leaders of tomorrow

Saturday 27 November 2021 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Economy, National

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Celebrating business leaders of tomorrow
The 2021 Emerging Entrepreneur Awards (EEA) final nominations. From left: Ashleigh Steele, Fe’ena Syme Buchanan, Malina Latham, Louisa Castledine, Courtney Raita, Taryn Elia, Jade Fraser and Tevairangi Napa. 21112608

The Cook Islands Business and Professional Women received a record 81 nominations, nominating 24 different young entrepreneurs for the biennial 2021 Emerging Entrepreneur Awards.

The Cook Islands Business and Professional Women received a record 81 nominations, nominating 24 different young entrepreneurs for the biennial 2021 Emerging Entrepreneur Awards.


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