WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Sharing stories and insights from the women who bring so much value to Australia’s businesses – so we can help raise up the next generation of leaders.

BEHIND EVERY BUSINESS IS A great story

A maternity wear company turns 20

How did a little maternity wear start-up from Victoria grow into an international business?

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Website celebrates achievements of country women

Are you a female entrepreneur or business owner in a regional area of the country? Then the beStella website could be for you.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Leanne Faulkner was riding a wave of success building a fast-growing start-up until the business slowed and the stress took its toll on her health. Now she’s helping others learn how to cope with the pressure.

When Rachel Muscat was talking to Pharrell Williams about collaborating on a new pair of Adidas sneakers, discussions were going well – until the singer dropped a bombshell.

Melanie Perkins, CEO of online graphic design platform Canva, discusses her journey from Australian start-up to global success story.

Launched in early 2016, Dad’s Oats is the brainchild of siblings Alicia and Peter Cain, who clocked the potential for the family farm to earn extra revenue by selling the cream of their crop direct to the public.

Are you a female entrepreneur or business owner in a regional area of the country? Then the beStella website could be for you.

How to make your social media presence work for you in 2017? Edible Blooms founder Kelly Jamieson shares seven ways to a better social media strategy.

It’s 26 years since Michelle Melbourne experienced a ‘sliding doors moment’ that set her on the path to founding Intelledox, now a global software firm.

Kangaroo broth, macadamia milk, river mint – a new initiative plans to put a premium spin on native Australian foods and take them to the world.

How did a little maternity wear start-up from Victoria grow into an international business?

Rosalie Rotolo-Hassan started serving customers in her parents’ food business at Adelaide’s Central Market when she was just 12 years old – and launched her own export business at 18.

When she couldn’t find what she wanted for her baby, Mirabai Winford decided to go out and create it herself.

By 2050, demographers say close to 40 per cent of China’s population will be above 60. But what is a worrisome burden for the Chinese government and families, is also an opportunity for Australian businesses.

Emma Stallworthy is one half of the entrepreneurial husband and wife team behind growing fitness brand Pinnacle Health Club.

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