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  • Modern women are more than mums
  • Modern women are more than mums
    Frank Fullard (2013) ©
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Modern women are more than mums

More and more women are identifying themselves by their careers, hobbies and friends, rather than their roles as mothers. In today’s culture, the stay-at-home mum has been replaced by a career-driven woman who wants to have it all. What can marketers learn from this shift?

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