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Melissa Hatwell, PPP Events

Melissa Hatwell, Owner PPP Events transitioned from her 10 year teaching career to start her own party planning and events business in 2013 with a fairy floss machine and a tank of helium. Since then, Mel has exponentially grown her highly successful Pilbara based business

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Gender Equality

Gender Equality Procurement: It’s Time for Government Targets

Femeconomy would like the Federal Government and all State and Territory Governments to introduce at least a 5% gender equality procurement budget target for government spending with women owned and women led businesses, to support women’s economic security

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Tamara Bin Amat, Impact Digi

Yawuru woman Tamara Bin Amat, Director Impact Digi started her award-winning, 100% Aboriginal-owned marketing business, formerly known as Impact Media in 2013. Based in Karratha, Tamara employs a team of 6 staff and contractors who specialise in graphic design, social media management, copywriting and website development

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