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Rihanna loves challenging men in business

Rihanna loves "competing" with men in business.
The ‘Work’ hitmaker – who has her own fashion brand Savage X Fenty – says the entrepreneurship industry is considered to be such a "man’s world" that she loves the "challenge" of going head to head with them.
Speaking during a Q&A session at the Global Conference on Women and Entrepreneurship, she said: "Overcoming stereotypes as a woman in the entrepreneurship industry, it’s an industry that’s usually looked at as a man’s industry. It’s a man’s world, so you have to work twice as hard to prove yourself and to get half as much but it doesn’t stop my fight. I love competing with men. I love that challenge, I enjoy it and I thrive on it. A lot of times people see it as a man’s world … But our strength as women, we have the power to overcome anything."
Meanwhile, Rihanna previously revealed she wanted to "gain respect" as a designer before releasing her own Fenty luxury fashion line.
She said: "I’ve been slowly evolving throughout the fashion world. First wearing it, buying it, being recognised for my style and then collaborating with brands. I never just wanted to put my name on something and sell my license.
"I’m very hands-on, so I wanted to take it slowly and gain respect as a designer. I already had a relationship with them after the Versailles campaign and the make-up line, so they extended the offer to me and it was a no-brainer because LVMH is a machine. Bernard Arnault was so enthusiastic; he trusted me and my vision."

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