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When two business savvy women took over Amber Lee Florists in Northland, they needed a business course that not only showed them how to successfully manage the business side of things, but also a course that allowed them to run a business while studying. 

TWoA not only offered that, but also offered the course for free.

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Published On: 05 June 2015

Article By: Nate Scurr/Charis Oldfield



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