According to Forbes, the beauty industry is thriving to the tune of $445 billion as of 2017. Beauty entrepreneur Cenita Williamson has joined the many women who have launched beauty and wellness companies. Hers, W.In, is “a beauty and wellness investment company that is passionate about inspiring and empowering women to infuse self-care into their daily lives.”
Throughout her 15 years of experience in business management, she has held leadership roles in sales, product management and operations at Fortune 50 and 100 companies.
Here, she tells TNJ.com about her beauty and wellness journey as founder and CEO of W.In.
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