Our small Sydney based team at Rufus & Coco have an-all female executive management team made up of five very talented women. These women and mothers bring so much value and a uniquely female perspective to the business.
Ainsley Johnstone and Natalie Firth are cofounders and co-CEOs of Melbourne recruitment firm Think Talent. The pair founded the business in 2014, because they wanted to do something a little different in recruitment. They explain Think Talent as a marketing-led business, where they help employers develop strong brand recognition that will future-proof them as the… Read more »
A recent study of the habits of Australian women CEOs has revealed that the road to the top is haphazard for many female leaders.
The second Female Entrepreneur Week at Tank Stream Labs saw 70 speakers across 25 events, with almost 1,600 people attending.
Maria joined Cellmid in 2007 – and since her appointment, she has led a capital restructure, attracted a new international board of directors, and built a diverse portfolio of assets.
Sydney has been ranked 11th in a list of the top 50 cities globally for female entrepreneurs, with Melbourne also making the list, in 17th place.
On this episode we chat with Sarah Moran, cofounder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, about how the organisation is working to bring more women into tech.
Tech Ready Women and TechSydney awarded $80,000 in City of Sydney grants to foster city’s startup ecosystem
TechSydney and Tech Ready Women have shared in $80,000 in grants from the City of Sydney aimed at helping them further develop the city’s startup community.
“Be the CEO your parents always wanted you to marry.” It’s perhaps not a message one would expect to find on viral Instagram posts and prominent billboards advertising a dating app, but it’s the message Bumble went with.
Founded in 2010, Head Over Heels is a NFP focused on providing female entrepreneurs with a platform to “achieve outstanding results in growing their businesses”.
The Rural Woman platform and its broader community looks to connect women and give them the tools, resources, and networks to bring their ideas to life.
Living in a rural community can be isolating. There is the simple fact, first of all, that you are geographically isolated, with just a couple of thousand people in town and hours each way to the big smoke, but there can also be a sense of isolation in terms of thinking, of being the only… Read more »
Blending networking and educational events, Triangles looks to be more of a results-oriented network that looks beyond just the tech community to also incorporate women in small business.