This is How Your Wallet Will Change the World

The global consumer economy is valued at $35 trillion and women’s spending accounts for $28 trillion. Thats Power! Power to achieve gender equality! Read More

How to Get the Right Person in the Right Place at the Right Time

How do you find highly qualified and experienced professionals who are in the right place at the right time?
You look further afield than CBD or urban locations, just like Jo Palmer does with Pointer Remote Roles. Read More

Now Is The Time to Talk About More Money in Sport

There is undeniable evidence that advancing more women in sports leadership means they will earn more and will spend more in sport. This is a win, win, win situation for sport, the economy and of course for women.  Read More

How Do You Ride A Rollercoaster? Be Prepared!

Sandy Abram says that having your own business will “give you the biggest highs, exhilaration and thrills but be prepared for the dark tunnels and scary dips!”

Sandy should know. She has been at this game for more than 13 years with 2 successful businesses. Read More

Why Gender Equality in Tech is Not a Myth

Victoria Kluth is a passionate advocate of gender equality and has embedded a culture at tech company Araza of supporting diversity, with the company achieving 50% female workforce and gender balanced leadership. Read More

Introducing Kim Vespa: An Amazing Award Winning Serial Entrepreneur

Kim Vespa, Director and Co-Owner of Boobie Brands who are best known for their Boobie Bikkie lactation cookies is a serial entrepreneur with a corporate background in Human Resources. Kim is also the Co-Founder of Punk Angel which formulate a range of kids natural hair care products, and previously designed and commercialised a line of maternity accessories that were sold in over 100 retailers in Australia and internationally. Read More

What in the World is Stopping Women in Sport?

When I first started out to understand what it was really like for women working in the sporting sector in Australia, I wasn’t anticipating being particularly surprised. I was. In fact, I was shocked. Read More