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4 Years: Thank You FMM Readers, It’s Time To Retire

4 Years: Thank You FMM Readers, It’s Time To Retire
Macala Wright

After four years of writing this wonderful website, it’s come to a close. It’s amazing that with a wordpress blog, twitter, tumblr and facebook what one can achieve in just a short amount of time.

With FMM we were able to build a business, work with amazing brands, speak and share our insights around the world as well as help many industry professionals grow. But, as with all your favorite TV shows, we’ve run our course. We’ve grown as people and our interests have diversified so much that what we want to share no longer fits into Fashion, Marketing and Media. So we move on. Please feel free to follow everyone on their own sites (listed below) or stalk me furiously.

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  1. Macala -
    So sad to hear this. You and the team at FMM will be greatly missed. I absolutely love this site and feel like there aren’t others that compare and cover fashion marketing in such great depths. Thank you for the past 4 years, and good luck on your next adventure.

    xo

    Tammy
    @ttrujillo

    • Thank you Tammy! I’m very happy in the places we’re moving towards. See you soon I’m sure

  2. Let me just say that I am extremely sad that FMM is coming to a close! This site has been my go-to for inspiration in my own writing and a credible resource for all things fashion and marketing related for the past 2 1/2 years! I will miss it dearly.

    However, I fully understand that all fabulous things must end. Know that what you’ve been able to accomplish with FMM will be listed as a success story and best practice in the publishing and fashion industry for years to come. I wish you all well and much success in your future endeavors!

    One question – Will the site still be live?

    Smooches!
    -Amber

    • The site will still be live. Four years of work should never go to waste.

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