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Micro Entrepreneur Hangout: How to dominate a market

Last week on Micro Entrepreneur: The Magic of Thinking Small I talked with Meghan Mari and Rachel Fairweather, the founders of Jing Massage down in Brighton about how they have managed to grow their business from a part-time business that they began 9 years ago to becoming one of the UK leaders in massage training.

I had such a blast talking with these two.  Their passion for their subject and their community comes through in spades.  Not only will the Jing ladies inspire you, but I’m sure you will get loads of ideas that you can apply in your business.  I hope you enjoy the hangout.

About Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari

The Jing Institute was founded in 2003 by directors, Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari, who met in New York City while working as massage therapists. Both Rachel and Meghan have extensive experience in teaching, community development and business and between them have more than 30 years experience in the massage industry working as advanced therapists and trainers.  Their aim was to start a revolution in the massage therapy in the UK and provide the type of advanced massage training available in other countries.  They now offer over 30 CPD courses and several longer advanced postgraduate qualifications including our acclaimed degree level BTEC level 6 in advanced clinical and sports massage. Wow!

You can connect with Julie @juliehallonline  / @women_unlimited and Meghan and Rachel at @jinginstitute


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About Julie Hall

Hi, I'm Julie Hall, the founder of Women Unlimited. Which is my 4th business. I've had a business as a headhunter, a consultant, a new media agency and now finally Women Unlimited. I've learned lots of lessons - many of which could have been avoided. I hope you find the articles and stories on this website useful, and feel free to get in touch, I'd love to hear from you.

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