Bleuet (, a direct to consumer startup creating undergarments designed to give tween and teen girls all-day comfort and confidence in their growing bodies, today announced that Inaya Premji, creator and founder of Inaya Inspires based in Winter Haven, FL, has joined its Bleuet Girl Entrepreneurship Program. Premji is the latest teen to join Bleuet’s group of girl social entrepreneurs committed to helping others and serving their communities. 

Inspired by her love of photography, Premji decided to create journaling cards that feature her photos along with an inspirational quote. While at home during the pandemic, Premji noticed all of the nature and beauty surrounding her, and she wanted to capture these images to share with others. Each printed photo card includes a space to journal and express gratitude. Premji found that journaling each day helped her process the range of emotions experienced during the pandemic. Believing that kids in difficult life circumstances would benefit from journaling, Premji officially launched Inaya Inspires with a mission to give her cards to children in need.

Over the past year, Premji has shared her cards in care packages for foster children and human trafficking relief packages. Inaya Inspires has also donated proceeds of the original photograph print sales to Send A Smile Today, a non-profit organization with a mission to send cards of hope to cancer patients so they never feel alone. 

Premji has advice for aspiring girl entrepreneurs: “Learn how to express yourself through your passions and don’t be discouraged; just keep trying! Then, share it with your families to help build your confidence. Once you have found your passion, continue to improve and just be you. Find a way to publish your work and share it with the world.” 

The Bleuet Girl Entrepreneurship Program launched in November 2019 to provide support to  including Hailey O’donnell of Hailey’s Haven, Rachael Rosenburg of Bundles of Kindness, Eva Goodrich of SunForGood and Khloe Thompson of Khloe Kares. Bleuet has invested in girls developing the Bleuet Girl Entrepreneurship Program last November just two months after the Company launched its first line of bras and camisoles. This program is designed to highlight how the Bleuet Girls are serving their respective communities, support their organizations and encourage future girl entrepreneurs.

“Investing in the next generation of female changemakers is at the heart of our mission at Bleuet,” said Elizabeth Rietz, CEO and Co-Founder of Bleuet. “Through our Bleuet Girl Entrepreneurship Program, we elevate girl social entrepreneurs like Inaya Premji by supporting their passion, vision, and mission.”

For more information about Inaya Inspires, visit:

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For more information on the Bleuet Girl Entrepreneurship Program or to apply, visit 

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