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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we introduce readers to women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. In this issue is the founder of the BioFoodLab project for the production of Bite natural snack bars, Elena Shifrina. I spent my childhood in the Krasnodar Territory, in Novorossiysk, in a very happy family.

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The seventh Tallinn Music Week, an international festival dedicated to European music, which this year was attended by 205 artists from 26 countries, 853 delegates and 180 journalists from all over the world, and more than 25 thousand people attended the concerts, ended last weekend in Tallinn. It was possible to listen to stars of various sizes and genres - from the British folk legends Vashti Banyan to the talented Russian conductor Mikhail Leontyev and the On-The-Go group.

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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we acquaint readers with women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. This time, Maria Zelinskaya, a playwright, scriptwriter, master of screenwriting at the Moscow School of New Cinema, became our heroine, a play based on a play by which Humanitas Engineering can be seen at the Moscow Art Theater.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we acquaint readers with women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. This time, the actress, editing director and producer Dunya Sychev, who had a hand in three films from the recent Cannes Film Festival (including Happy End, Haneke), talks about the friendship with Abel Ferrara, life without citizenship and apartment exhibitions of Russian painting in Paris, who arranged her parents.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we acquaint readers with women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. In this issue, the creator of the inSearch App, Alina Mikhailova, explains why it became so difficult to coordinate leisure and why she needed to make a mobile application to search for a company without a dating-related subtext.

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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we introduce readers to women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. This time we talked with Natalia Puzdyreva, a certified sommelier who has mastered a business that is still dominated by men, and where women are trying to break through.

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In the “Business” section we introduce readers to women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. In this issue, we talked with Galima Ahmadullina, the creator of Galima HR, about how to start a business with advice to friends and acquaintances, about the most sought-after professions, what kind of professionals big companies need, and why women are often paid less than men.

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I am an architect by education. After school, I studied in Paris, and then it seemed to me that this was the right choice. When I finished, I realized that I didn’t want to work in a bureau and needed to travel to different countries in order to understand myself. The first thing I went to Southeast Asia. There I drew a lot and over time began to notice that I increasingly chose animals — that was how a series of watercolor works was born.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we acquaint readers with women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. In this issue, an officer of the United States Navy, astronaut NASA, a record holder in the number of spacewalks among women and a record holder in the amount of time spent in open space among women Sunita Williams.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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IN RUBRIK "BUSINESS" we introduce readers to women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. In this issue is the new chief editor of Cosmopolitan Ukraine, Anna Bazdreva. I have a technical education, which always made me complex: after the physics and mathematics school, I entered the Polygraphic Institute, where I received the specialty of an engineer-technologist of the printing industry.

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The heroines of the first Wonderzine publication do different things - they edit magazines and websites, open stores, invent clothes, arrange meals, sing in a group, do art and manage international companies. One thing unites them - everything that they do causes the processes around to accelerate.

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In the “Business” section we introduce readers to women of different professions and hobbies that we like or are simply interested in. In this issue, we talked with Nailya Sinitsyna, the creator of Eight Agency, representing Russian and foreign photographers, about the global advertising market, filming fees, festival projects, wide audience inquiries and the importance of a balanced portfolio.

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