“Closing the Gender Gap: 25 by 2025” Our focus on the economic empowerment and advancement of women – here is the video from the OECD Forum, Paris 2016, featuring the session I hosted on “Closing the Gender Gap: 25 by 2025″. Read more about it, where I have written a…
I spend a lot of time in discussions with women – to consider what we want and how we’re going to get it. Never have I had a greater opportunity to take the discussion to the world stage, than at the annual OECD Forum in Paris this past June. As…
Australians love a beer. But when the enthusiasm for beer of some of our brethren becomes a bit excessive, beer as a brand can get a bad rap. Denita Wawn has the big job of representing the reputations and brands of our brewers, as the CEO of the Brewers Association…
It has been a long, slow journey over 16 years since Fiona started selling a small selection of quirky, handmade greeting cards at Sydney’s Balmain markets, to make some money as she kicked off her business dream.
This is the story of a loving enterprise which has evolved after an undeniably cruel twist of fate.
Jessica Blackwell always had a love of horses but did not want to muck around in stables, so she decided to get into the business of pain relief and rehabilitation for her four-legged friends.
She is the country girl who always wanted to return to life in the country
Admit it – there is a wee bit of the voyeur in all of us and Lucy Feagins has tapped into our desire to see how the other half lives.
It is the boutique described as iconic – representing classic Melbournian style – the epitome of elegance and chic.
When Maria Xynias was bowled over by a serious illness for about two years, she was bowled over by the support of her family network to get her back on her feet. She calls it her big Greek family network!