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Femeconomy educates consumers, budget owners and business owners on how purchasing decisions can create gender equality.
How Women Owned Businesses Impact Women’s Economic Security
Women owned businesses represent 34.8 per cent of Australian businesses. Not only are they an important aspect of self-employment for women in many micro businesses but they are increasingly hiring more workers and driving the longer run development of the Australian economy.Read more
Gillian Corban & Amanda Blair, Corban & Blair
Gillian Corban and Amanda Blair are continuous innovators, who have ridden the stormy waves of business together for thirty three years. With a keen eye for future trends, allied with a focus on sustainability and local production, the unique Australian products they create through artistic collaborations continue to delight corporate and retail customers alike.Read more
Creating Gender Equality through Trading Opportunities – Laos, Vietnam and Australia
Procurement and trade are huge economic levers that also drive social change. Femeconomy have partnered with our members Social Good Outpost’s Director Elise Stephenson, and Temples and Markets Owner Judith Treanor to develop trade links between women owned businesses across Australia, Laos and Vietnam, through the “Creating Gender Equality Through Trading Opportunities” initiative.
This project is proudly supported by the Australia-ASEAN Council and funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.read more
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