Congratulations to Jennifer Franceschi from Fresh Produce Alliance in Manjimup, winner of the 2017 Telstra Western Australian Business Woman of the Year Award, after also taking home the Corporate and Private Award.
While manufacturing in Australia has fallen on hard times, men’s accessories brand, Buckle | 1922 is not buckling under the pressure of fast fashion and cheap international imports, celebrating 95 years in business.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has profiled eight organisations using smart strategies to create greater equality between women and men in their workplaces.
Australian couples undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) may now benefit from an innovative and freely-available app which provides a comprehensive calendar tool that spans their entire IVF journey.
Popular Australian fashion retailer, Birdsnest, has launched an online competition with $3,000 worth of clothing to be won. Entries for the Birdsnest Wardrobe Wingbirds Competition the will be accepted online until 15th November 2017.
Telstra have announced seven finalists for the Telstra Business Woman in Asia Award from Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, and Singapore. These seven women represent the best of the region’s female leaders from both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.
Karinda Gill from Abode New Homes in Darwin won the 2017 Telstra Northern Territory Business Woman of the Year award, after also taking home the Entrepreneur Award at an event on 19 October 2017.
There are quite a few benefits attached to trying to act like a local in a strange city rather than behaving like a tourist. If you follow these ideas it should help you to feel more at home in an unfamiliar city.
Christmas is widely celebrated in Singapore and in the lead up to the December 25th holiday, the city is transformed into a winter wonderland – the streets aglow in Christmas lights for the enjoyment of both locals and tourists alike
Congratulations to Tammy Barton, winner of the 2017 Telstra South Australian Business Woman of the Year Award, at the 2017 Telstra South Australian Business Women’s Awards on 16 October 2017.
Is there a more glamourous time of year than racing season? We spoke to senior beauty therapist from RY.com.au to find out the top must-haves she’s packing this racing season.
Gifting can do more harm than good. Why not try some of the these ideas instead, so you can guarantee Christmas will be a time of goodwill and cheer for everyone this year?
During her career, Fiona Cutts struggled intensely with public speaking and presentation delivery – an experience she now draws upon to help others liberate themselves from fear and judgment, and unleash their confident and authentic voice.
Halloween contact lenses are frightening Australian optometrists for all the wrong reasons due to high rates of microbial contamination which can lead to ocular infections, conjunctivitis and even permanent visual impairment and blindness.
New research by the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA) shows many Australians are embarking on non-surgical cosmetic treatments without adequate medical assessment.
Susan Farquhar, Managing Director of Calla Property will be presenting at the Property Buyer Expo this weekend and will share the reasons why women are paving the way in property investment and why they are more likely to be better property investors in the long-term.
In amongst the sounds of power tools and welding torches in the NIDA workshop, Taylor Hill, 21, is working on a revolving stage. Come December, Taylor will be the first female ever to graduate from the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Staging) degree.
Global performance apparel brand BLK Sport has announced 50 per cent of all sponsorship will go to women’s teams under a three-year strategy. The Australian-based company will be promoting equality from the grassroots level right through to elite national teams.
It doesn’t matter if you have customers or clients come to see you or if it’s only your employees who ever see inside. If it’s time for a refresh, you have a few different options.
Congratulations to Toni Moate from the CSIRO, named the 2017 Telstra Tasmanian Business Woman of the Year, after also receiving the Public Sector and Academia Award on 13 October.
If you live outside of the United States, then planning a trip to this country may be just what you need to forget about your worries. There are a number of things you will have to do before traveling to ensure you have a great trip.
Congratulations to Michelle Gallaher, named the 2017 Telstra Victorian Business Woman of the Year, after also receiving the Entrepreneur Award at the Telstra Queensland Business Women’s Awards on 10 October 2017.
Congratulations to Bernadette Eriksen, CEO & Founder of Flavour Creations, named the 2017 Telstra Queensland Business Woman of the Year. Ms Eriksen was also the winner of the Entrepreneur Award.
Effectively managing your website’s growing pains after your e-commerce site has achieved success requires adopting a different game plan. Here are four strategies you can use to help you manage success after your website takes off.
Designed specifically for women, NIDA’s Influential Women two day course provides you with practical strategies and techniques to take your conversations, presentations and negotiations to the next level.
Congratulations to Elise Apolloni, 2017 Telstra ACT Business Woman of the Year. The Wanniassa pharmacist also won the Entrepreneur Award as well as the Young Business Women’s Award.
Mov’in bed is back with its 150-bed theatre (yes, beds!) and this time around, it will be held closer to the CBD, at Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter from October 27th till December 10th 2017.
Project Futures, an Australian not-for-profit whose purpose is to educate the public about human trafficking and slavery issues, has collaborated with fashion designer Steven Khalil to launch its very first charity t-shirt.
PETstock is holding its annual Microchip Blitz in October to lower the cost of the procedure for owners and ensure that more of Australia’s pets can be easily identified if they become lost.
Consumers in Australia are being warned about the risks of signing up to multiple loyalty programs with retailers in the lead up to the busy Christmas shopping period.
Making the most out of your living space can take a lot of designing and planning if you want to get the best layout to suit your outdoor space. However, this does not have to cost the earth.
At a time when the business constellation remains predominantly male, it is more significant than ever for women to take over the stage and let their voices be heard, respected and followed.
On October 11th, girls around the world will be taking over more than 500 positions of power in 60 countries. In Australia, girls will be taking over positions of power at places like Google, Metro Victoria, and the ABC.
It’s Stay Smart Online Week in Australia from 9 to 13 October 2017 and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is warning all Australians to watch out for scammers when going online.
Having an office insurance policy gives you peace of mind, but it also gives a guarantee that, no matter what goes wrong, you, your employees and your business, will not have to suffer as a result.
There’s so much to do and see on the Gold Coast that it’s hard to decide what takes priority on a girls’ weekend. But, just to kick start your planning process, here are a few suggestions.
Australia’s leading bookseller, Dymocks, has released it’s annual list of the Top 51 favourite children’s books as voted by the Australian public. Topping the 2017 list is classic picture book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
A home-based business is different to a typical enterprise. As such, the types of finance are different. These are the four leading ways to fund a home-based business.
Nature has crafted New Zealand into a beautiful movie set. Some of the regular treasures to explore in New Zealand include the numerous snow-capped peaks, beaches, coastal glaciers, fjords, rainforests, and rivers.
Men and women of all ages enjoy playing games for a multitude of cited reasons, including “improving their thinking skills”, “improving their co-ordination”, and keeping them mentally stimulated. There’s also the simple fact that games are fun and enjoyable, and they help to pass the time.