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Supporting Women Owned Business: Julie O’Donohue, CEO Next Address

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.

Next Address enables people to sell their home for the best possible price, in the shortest possible time, in the smartest possibly way.

Which women owned and women led businesses do you buy from?

Who are your customers? 

My customers are looking for a smarter alternative way to sell their property from the mainstream. They want to have control, authenticity, open communication and a trustworthy experience.

They want accurate information and no smoke and mirrors.

People who are attracted to work with us value our authenticity and openness. Feedback we have received is that people want to work with us because we listen, are not afraid to change, and incorporate our learnings quickly. Our leadership style is collaborative and respectful.


You are the female economy. Whether you are a female consumer, business owner or a woman in the workforce, you can create gender equality by choosing female led brands.

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Posted by Jade Collins - Femeconomy Director

Jade Collins has 20 years’ global experience in corporate executive Human Resources and management consulting roles in the Mining, Energy and Aerospace industries, leading large scale, complex multi-million-dollar change management programs. Jade finds the combination of her HR, Psychology and MBA qualifications and her leadership experience is invaluable for increasing gender equality in leadership across industries. Jade was a member of the Queensland Government's Strategic Advisory Group for the Toward Gender Parity: Women on Boards Initiative and the 2019 CQU Alumni of the Year for Social Impact for her work with Femeconomy.