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5 personal branding tips for women

What can we do to change the narrative and ensure our future is not only equally shaped by women, but seen to be? 5 tips for women who are ready to challenge themselves...

I #ChooseToChallenge leaders to discuss Intersectional Feminism on International Women’s Day #womenlead

DIv Pillay challenges to provide culturally and linguistically diverse women with a pathway to leadership.

What the 2021 International Women’s Day theme “Women in Leadership” means for Mums in Business

Carrie Kwan, founder of Mums & Co, discusses how businesses can better support mums in business.

Shifting careers and embracing change

Shifting careers and embracing change is scary but filled with opportunity and reward. Here's how Alison O'Hare took the leap.

Women in business give their advice to future female entrepreneurs

International Women's Day is on Sunday, so we have asked several women in business to give their advice to the next generation of female entrepreneurs,...

The male female difference in business

Leading small business invoicing app, Invoice2go, has taken a deep dive into the similarities and differences in male and female work ethics and motivations to...

State winners of the 2019 Telstra Business Women’s Awards

For 24 years, the Telstra Business Women’s Awards have recognised and celebrated the outstanding achievements of Australian women in business. Telstra says these winners are undoing...

Why embracing authenticity is the key to removing gender bias in our workplaces

How many times have you heard little boys described as “strong”, while the same behaviour in a little girl would be called “bossy”?  Or...

Mum’s the word: Daily Addict’s Carrie Kwan on empowering businessmums via her new venture

‘Businessmums’ (i.e. business-minded mothers) shouldn't have to choose between their family and their career – that principle is the DNA of Mums & Co, a...

The entrepreneur enjoying the fruits of her labour

A young businesswoman has found success in a male-dominated industry through a desire to innovate by making the most of nature.