A group of women selling jewelry and handicrafts at the walls of the Jaisalmer fort in Rajasthan India. Credit: iStock/Aluxum
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Marla Blow | Photo by Jared Soares
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Giving Credit to the Underserved

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Sarah Blakely speaking at View From The Top. Credit: Kiefer Hickman
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Sara Blakely: Start Small, Think Big, Scale Fast

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