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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 06:09

Name: Lemlem Alemayehu
Education: 10th grade
Company name: Lemlem Boutique  
Studio title: Owner
Founded: 2004
What it does: Selling women’s dresses  
HQ: Bole Medehanyalem  
Number of employees: One

Startup capital: 1,000  Birr
Current capital: Growing

Reason for starting business: Financial freedom  
Biggest plus of ownership: Being able to make my own decisions
Biggest strength: Hard working
Biggest weakness: None
Biggest worry: None
Favorite task: Working
Most challenging task: None
Plan: Expansion
First career: This is my first job
Most interested in meeting: Spiritual people
Most admired person: Will Smith 
Stress reducer: Walking  
Favorite pastime: working very hard
Favorite book: Holy Bible
Favorite destination: Hawassa
Favorite automobile: Yaris
Favorite film: The Pursuit of Happiness

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