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Laura shares her insights into her journey into launching a new baby product and tips for the realities of this exciting but sometimes challenging business journey.
Natalie Anne started in the hairdressing industry at 14 years old. She’s now a mum and at the helm of a thriving hairdressing empire and describes her lively Lebanese family as her biggest business network.
With three small kids in tow Kate Dezarnaulds took the plunge and made the move to regional NSW discovering community and connection while building a successful co-working business WorkLife.
Tracy Sheen is the Founder of The Digital Guide working with small business owners to help them learn, leverage and love technology in their business.
Mundanara Bayles is mother of five, host of Black Magic Woman podcast and co-founder of The Black Card a specialist consultancy providing cultural capability training.
Anita and Jess are two founders who want to change the stat that mums are three times more likely to leave the workforce during their 30s due to the demands of motherhood.
Dr Alana Wylie has created a unicorn. A business that is growing organically without huge amounts of marketing or advertising. So how has she done it? And got kids hooked on science at the same time?
Verity Hare knew she was onto something when the community she founded Tradie Wives hit a milestone number of members and has grown into a business in it’s own right, supporting the supporters!
Lauren Hamilton is the founder of marketing agency Digital Narrative. She shares some really practical tips on how to maximize exposure for your business, create a content strategy that is not overwhelming and win at networking.
Stephanie Trethewey is the founder of Motherland, the incredibly successful Australian podcast and community dedicated to supporting rural mothers and reducing their isolation.
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