8 June, 2021
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Create a Better Workplace Culture for Women

This article was originally published by Advancing Women, and authored by Michelle Redfern. There are plenty of articles about why working women have been disproportionately affected by the global pandemic. I don’t wish to cover old ground in this post, because we all know there is a global she-cession. What I do want to do is...

1 June, 2021
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Yvonne Shepherd, Founder & CEO, Women’s Fitness Adventures

Yvonne Shepherd Founder and CEO of Women’s Fitness Adventures started her business to help women over 40 years of age to stay active and connect with one another. With the knowledge that women are usually blending work with caring for others in their lives, and that self care and personal...

31 May, 2021
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Supporting Women Owned Business: Div & Vick Pillay, Mindtribes

Femeconomy’s Supporting Women Owned Business mini-blog series is intended to amplify how women led and women owned businesses are supporting each other, and to encourage more businesses to include women led and women owned businesses in their purchasing decisions. Mindtribes is a diversity and inclusion change consultancy with a specialist focus...

30 May, 2021
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Deanna Varga, CEO Mayvin Global

Deanna Varga CEO Mayvin Global spoke to us about the challenges many membership associations and local government organisations are facing on how to reimagine services, maintain service levels and reshape their revenue streams in the context of continuing business disruption. As a specialist in the area of creative revenue generation,...

26 May, 2021
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Femeconomy Support & Resource Links

We want you to succeed in business! Whether you are monetising your passion, creating a job for yourself by starting your own business, growing your business to the next stage, or planning full scale world domination with your enterprise, here’s a range of support and resources to help you on...

24 May, 2021
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Creating Gender Equality through Trading Opportunities Report – Laos, Vietnam, Australia

Procurement and trade are huge economic levers that also drive social change. Femeconomy partnered with 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...

19 May, 2021
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Laura Keily, Founder & Managing Director, Immediation

Barrister and lawtech entrepreneur Laura Keily, Founder and Managing Director of Immediation, started her business to provide greater accessibility to justice for all. She has leveraged secure technology to generate virtual court rooms and mediation that facilitate dispute resolution in a more efficient, cost effective and collaborative manner than traditional...

19 May, 2021
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Mia de Rauch, Director, Flipswitch Media

Mia de Rauch, Director, Flipswitch Media has experienced a surge in growth with clients taking their offerings online, by helping them to professionally film and package their IP into ecourses, in a customisable way. This offering was sparked by a collaboration with a branding and marketing company, to leverage and...

19 May, 2021
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givvable and Femeconomy Announce Partnership

Femeconomy is delighted to Partner with givvable to integrate Femeconomy approved brands of women owned and women led businesses to givvable‘s technology platform of verified suppliers, to inform corporate purchasing. givvable and Femeconomy have a shared mission to create inclusive, diverse and sustainable supply chains. By promoting brands that embrace...

10 May, 2021
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What Does Your Leadership Cause?

This article was originally published by Advancing Women, and authored by Michelle Redfern. What if I asked you to introduce yourself this way: Hi, my name is <Your Name> and I cause … <insert what you cause here>.  You might have reacted like many other very clever people have when I’ve asked that question. Blank looks. Wondering...