Let's Break Stigmas
We will continue to break stigmas through our collections, campaigns and our everyday.
We are here to revolutionise
The Business Collection is a leading publication and media platform to promote self-love, body positivity, outcast feminism and people-empowerment.
Our leading activists, missionaries and public business figures work to serve the community and break historical human perceptions of world wide issues. As a collective, we fight for positive change and promote critical thinking and action towards how we think, act and behave.
We are focused on delivering education to today's youth and provide an international platform for people of all communities to connect, express and promote action.
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The Business Collection is derived from international and inspirational business leaders and mentors. Our leaders have pushed through boundaries and their own personal struggles to defy what society has told them is possible.
Their stories of triumph and collaborative success is sparking genuine perception breaking conversations and collectively our activists are changing the way people think.
We are a collection of inspirational people who are positively impacting our world and the communities in it. You are, we are, The Business Collection.
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I Feel Sexy, Do you?
“I Feel Sexy”.. The 3 words that rarely escape a woman’s mouth.
Why do we find it so hard as a woman to own our power and acknowledge when we feel confident and sexy? Is it because we have been conditioned to think any woman trying to look “sexy” is gasping for men’s attention? Or maybe it’s because as women when another woman looks “sexy” we tear them down as a defence mechanism?
To really grasp the fact, we are going to have to take it right back and ask the question; What makes a woman feel sexy? Let’s be honest on most days as women our self-image takes a beating and we very rarely feel “sexy”.
Due to mainstream media we perceive “Sexy” as being hot, desired by men, liked by others and what we see on social media. This is one of the biggest misinterpretations when it comes to what feeling sexy really is.