Prosperity Candle is lucky to be in a state with so many talented people eager to help advance a powerful social mission through business. With our team located both in the Pioneer Valley and Boston, we are fortunate to have incredible universities right in our backyards!
We want to thank the amazing team that worked with us this summer to develop our product assortment, analyze our finances, hone our marketing and sales strategies, and reach out to a wide range of media sources. Nichole, Ananda, Supreet and Julia all made such a difference to our work – and made it a fun process throughout! They’re all very busy, talented ladies, so we feel fortunate.
And we’d like to welcome the incredible crew joining us this fall! Nichole Hardeman continues to work with us this fall as an MBA Sourcing Intern. And we have Sara Jackson at Mount Holyoke College working as a PR intern to help us tackle the wide range of PR opportunities available to us. And we also have Tiwonge Mhango at the International Business School at Brandeis University working as a Finance intern to assist us with our financial analysis and efforts to raise capital. Also joining our team is a group of MIT Sloan students with the Sloan Entrepreneurs for International Development, who will be assisting Prosperity with an analysis and recommendations on our growth strategy. And, finally, we are working with Jackie Bivins, a Catchafire volunteer, to plan a social media campaign to support our 2010 holiday campaign with our new product assortment launch.
Prosperity Candle is thrilled to be working with so many talented people committed to our mission!
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In the spirit of Women’s History Month, our thoughts are drawn to the many women who contribute to society in a myriad of ways while expecting nothing in return. They are hidden from view. Yet these women are transforming communities and making a positive difference in the world. They are unsung heroines.
March is about celebrating women… something we’re pretty excited about. There is so much to appreciate, so many barriers yet to topple, and so many amazing women to recognize for their accomplishments.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. Every year we look forward to it, but here’s the thing. Ever since Eve Ensler started One Billion Rising as part of her V-Day movement to end violence against women and girls, we’ve felt conflicted about this holiday.