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The winning small business will receive a prize pack that includes $10,000 worth of parcel and freight services from PACK & SEND, a three-month business mentorship with Hannah Staples, co-founder of Peppermint Grove Australia.
Entrepreneurship was traditionally seen as a man’s game, but today that is changing. Women are emerging as a large demographic in the start-up culture.
While the number of female tech entrepreneurs in Australia is steadily increasing, the total is at only 228 and has grown by just 3 per cent over two years.
Women-focused angel investor, Forming Circles Global (FCG) has put up for grabs a $5,000 cash grant and the opportunity to be mentored by industry leaders.
For the first time, a study has asked Australian female tech entrepreneurs about what they believe are the greatest factors holding them back. The study was conducted by Terem Technologies.
CloudPeeps, an invite-only marketplace that connects businesses with freelance social media and community professionals, co-founded by Melburnian and serial entrepreneur Kate Kendall, has secured...
The second annual Gender-Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI), commissioned by Dell, has revealed that Australia is one of the three best countries in...
According to the second annual Gender-Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI), more than 75 per cent of the 30 countries surveyed are not meeting...
Recently, I attended a breakfast about gender disparity. Interestingly, the research shows some real gems of wisdom about how to raise girls to become future leaders. Our lessons about leadership start very early on, it seems, and our ability to lead is ingrained well before we even leave school. Here are five ways to turn our daughters into powerful business leaders of the future.
Last year, we were forced to ask the question, 'Where are the female entrepreneurs?' when, according to the nomination form, only 8% of the nominated companies in 2008 were run by women. Of course, our provocatively titled post had our female Anthillians nominate en masse, getting our female contingent up to a more respectable 28%. This year, only one month into the process, nominated companies run by women represent 35% of the total!