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Life & Work with Clarice Tchizige-Hassani

Today we’d like to introduce you to Clarice Tchizige-Hassani.

Hi Clarice, thanks for joining us today. We’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
I started working for McDonald’s when I was 15 years old. After becoming a manager at 17 I realized I wanted to own my own business one day. I started my business by selling My homemade Hair Growth Oil to my friends on social media. 5 months later I never would’ve imagined running a 4 figure business. A business that I created and built from scratch.

We all face challenges, but looking back would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
It has been rough the couple of months were very difficult. It gets to you knowing you have great products that is changing lives and no one believes you. But imagine if I would’ve quit. All the blessings and opportunities God had for me would’ve been gone because of my own fear.

Appreciate you sharing that. What else should we know about what you do?
What sets my business apart from others is simply me. The owner.. my willingness to work hard and achieve success. I wanted to create products that help women, men and children around the world. Here at Neema’s Beauty we specialize in skin care, hair care and body care. We understand every human is unique and beautiful that’s why we created such natural products to highlight that unique beauty.

What’s next?
I’m looking forward to changing lives. To see the growth of a company I started in my kitchen comes alive. I’m looking forward to seeing those who never believed in me and saying to them “thank you for always being the reason I push hard. I’m looking forward to my daughter learning the family business and being proud of her mommy.

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