Loose Women panellist Andrea McLean has revealed that she is working on an exciting new project.
The Scottish telly star, who is best known for hosting the ITV chat show, took to Instagram this week to announce details of her new efforts, revealing she has launched a marketplace in conjunction with her women’s website, This Girl Is On Fire.
The online platform, aimed at inspiring females, has launched the online shop, which is set to offer products and experiences to help women enrich their lives.
Explaining the new business venture to her 232 thousand followers, the author and mum-of-two said, “I'm so excited to announce the launch of the This Girl Is on Fire marketplace. An online shop where women can buy products, download courses and experience events that'll help them live, learn and thrive in a life they love.
“And I'm looking for business owners like you who share my mission to come and get involved. Everything we do at This Girl Is on Fire is built around three core pillars: live, learn thrive.
“And everything we sell will empower women to do just this. Why am I doing this? Well, I am passionate about empowering women to feel great about themselves. If you are too, you're my kind of people. If you feel like your product or service fits in with my mission, then click on the link in my bio.”
Andrea’s supportive fans made sure to congratulate her on her achievement in the comment section, with lots praising her for spreading the important message of female empowerment.
‘I've just started following this site!! What an inspiration! Thank you x,’ wrote one.
‘You go Girl 👍 more power to women and female entrepreneurs! Where would I be without them, I love how you can juggle 7 things at once while men struggle with 1 at a time🤣,’’ joked a second.
‘Good luck, good wishes and every success with the launch ❤❤❤😀👋,’ sweetly chipped in a third.
Well done, Andrea!
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