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Sakura Considine and Lorena Garcia, Co-Founders of Bloguettes

In a world of online brands and social media, Bloguettes use their design and consulting know-how to make entrepreneurial dreams comes true for others.

Ages: 27 and 32

@bloguettes; @sakuraconsidine; @callmelore

SC:

I have chosen to make Bloguettes my career because we knew that there was a need for help in this entrepreneurial age.

I am most proud that we help others make their small-business idea into creating a strong brand that reflects their quality of work and service.

Creating a successful brand is the most rewarding part of what I do, while the discovery of it can be the most challenging.

I give back to the community by sharing my resources whether that’s with my knowledge or with my personal connections, and my greatest impact is happiness and success.

My greatest advice to share with young girls is to work hard for what you want and make as many connections as possible.

My hope for the future of Arizona is keeping the great and small community it currently has but bigger and cooler!

LG:

I have chosen to make Bloguettes my career because I am passionate about what we do. I love helping other entrepreneurs succeed on the digital space. It’s amazing to see someone come in with an idea and helping them turn it into a reality.

I am most proud we have always kept going. [It] doesn’t matter what gets on our way.

Helping other entrepreneurs is the most rewarding part of what I do, while a constantly changing and over-competitive industry is the most challenging.

I give back to the community by giving people that can’t afford our services education to help them succeed, and my greatest impact is showing other moms that we can do it all.

My greatest advice to share with young girls is always follow your dreams and don’t let others discourage you from your dreams.

My hope for the future of Arizona is that we all take action to create a better future.