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Meet the gorgeous French model Sarah Kpossa, who has scaled astounding heights of success in her career.

Apart from being a successful model, she is a popular social media personality and an emerging entrepreneur.

Her drop-dead good looks and charming personality can make a million hearts beat faster. This eighteen-year-old beauty from Strasbourg, France, has taken over the modelling industry in a big way and is now all set to sweep the world of business by introducing her own line of products which are soon going to hit the markets. Let’s take a sneak peek at her past and present to know more about this belle of the modelling and the entrepreneurial world.

When asked about how did she enter the modelling arena, Sarah is quick to answer, “My pictures on Instagram were already a rage which was noticed by some of the industries bigwigs including Chance. He saw that spark in me and thought I had what it takes to make it big in the modelling world, introducing me into the field and later on turning my manager.” Soon she was signed for Chance’s embroidered luxury streetwear brand ‘Chance Paris’, where she got to work as an ambassador along with working as a manager building her own clothing line. Sarah has modelled for several top-notch brands like Sixth June, Pretty Little Thing, Oh Polly, Lounge Underwear and many more. “Playing sports is close to my heart and when I am not working I’m playing basketball in my local town of Walburg,” says the beauty.

This humble model is now all set to become an entrepreneur and is working hard on getting her brand on the top. People would like to know what made her jump into the entrepreneurial bandwagon in spite of having a flourishing modelling career, to which Sarah says, “I wanted to do something more than a just model, I have always dreamt of having my own brand which would help in supporting the community. The aim was to involve people in my endeavours and share my success with them.” She created her own cosmetic brand ‘Kpossa Beauty’ and will eventually launch her own clothing collection at ‘Chance Paris’ soon.

Where does she see herself 5 years down the line? “I want to excel in my career and get my brand to the top, also I have a strong desire to establish a charitable organisation that would work for the welfare of the needy. Becoming a pro basketball player is also on the top of my to-do-list,” says Sarah.

Sarah Kpossa has indeed proved that nothing is impossible to achieve if one works hard to accomplish their goals and they can do wonders in their career irrespective of their age if they desire to reach the top is strong. She stands as a fine example of it.

To know more about her visit www.sarahkpossa.com, also follow her on www.instagram.com/sarahkpossa

Shrey Yadav is an Digital marketing expert and social media Influencer in India, and founder of stalke media and privilege times. His experience of working with top most companies and clients have helped him to learn every bit of digital success.

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