16 January, 2023
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2023 Female Leader Conversations Ezine

2021’s Women for Media report states women represent 24% of quotes in business reporting. Femeconomy’s female leader interviews with our community are a way to remedy this imbalance for the women achieving outstanding results in business. Femeconomy’s Female Leader Conversations Ezine is resonant with thought leadership and career stories from...

14 December, 2022
Jacqui Alder

Jacqui Alder – Resetting Your Priorities Post Pandemic

Jacqui Alder, Author of Clarity, Simplicity, Success provides insight on how we can adjust our priorities to align with our values post pandemic. Jacqui has also created a new free downloadable resource aimed at helping women who are running their own business reflect on the alignment of their business and...

4 December, 2022
Femeconomy 2022 Gender Equality Impact

Femeconomy’s 2022 Gender Equality Impact

This year we have seen a significant shift. Governments are now recognising how women owned businesses impact women’s economic security. Thank you for supporting Femeconomy to advocate for change, and to ensure the recognition of women owned businesses. Reflecting on 2022, we wanted to share some highlights: The Australian Greens...

22 November, 2022
Amanda Patterson

Amanda Patterson, Director, Principal & Licensee, Local Realty

For Amanda Patterson, Director, Principal and Licensee of Local Realty, people and community are at the center of what she does. Her business Local Realty is now over 10 years old, and was born from her own experience managing property sales and purchases, and a desire to make the process...

21 November, 2022
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Bianca Crake, Owner, Jaru Girl Designs

Bianca Crake is the Owner and Founder of Jaru Girl Designs artwork and clothing based in Wyndham in very remote Western Australia. Her business is named for her country Jaru, in the East Kimberleys and her art and designs reflect the Aboriginal stories of the land and waters of that...

23 October, 2022
Amber Daines

Bouncing back or busting apart after a clusterf*ck of a crisis

Bouncing back or busting apart after a clusterf*ck of a crisis is a contributor feature by Femeconomy member Amber Daines, Founder of Bespoke Co. The hacks keep on coming It’s fair to say the last month has been the worst Australian telco giant Optus has experienced in its 40-year history....

18 October, 2022
Mel Hatwell

Melissa Hatwell, Owner 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 to host corporate events for...

11 October, 2022
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Liz Van Vliet, Managing Director, My EA Career

Liz Van Vliet Managing Director of My EA Career transitioned from an award winning career in Corporate Sales in the technology sector to found a business dedicated to boosting the confidence and career development of Executive Assistants, after her own experience as an EA provided insight to the complexity and...

10 October, 2022
Jess Rennie

Jess Rennie, Owner, Mumma’s Magic

Jess Rennie, qualified Occupational Therapist and Owner of Mumma’s Magic founded her online business specialising in pregnancy, birth and postpartum products after the birth of her son Mack in remote Port Hedland, Western Australia. The lack of locally based supplies to help ease the burden of new motherhood led her...

10 October, 2022
Tamara Bin Amat

Tamara Bin Amat, Director 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. Tamara took a risk...

9 October, 2022
Clare Cane

Clare Cane, Owner Manager, Red Rust Contracting

Clare Cane, Owner/ Manager of Red Rust Contracting based in Kununurra purchased the business specialising in agricultural construction works in the remote north of Western Australia and Top End of Northern Territory with her husband Ross, at the start of the COVID pandemic. Navigating the challenges and opportunities of a...