In the spirit of International Women’s Day, we’ve asked the inspiring women of business for advice, and to share the lessons they’ve learned.
For my money, the male and female brains are wired differently. This absolutely should reflect the way we pursue our goals.
Despite the gender inequality in the business world, it is common to see women take the reigns in family businesses. We’re just a small part of a global trend.
Designs which meld the past and present are the end product of a long journey of self discovery walked by founder of the brand, Lena Kasparian.
TBS spoke with Julia Pimsleur who is empowering female entrepreneurs, aiming to get $1 million for one million women by 2020.
Economic empowerment of women is more than a gender issue, it benefits all of us, a fact that I learned in conversation with Arancha González.
Conrad Liveris urges Australian politicians to follow Germany’s example as it steps up to the plate and announces quotas for leadership when it comes to under-representation of women in positions of power.
Carla Zampatti, a titan of the Australian Fashion Industry, offers Alexandra Tselios timely advice on how to successfully run both a business and home life.
Alexandra Tselios discusses women in business and quotas on boards with force-to-be-reckoned-with former Liberal Party Senator Helen Coonan.
In Part Two of her ‘women in business’ interview, Prue MacSween speaks frankly to Alexandra Tselios about getting on with success despite a road ahead paved with setbacks.
Alexandra Tselios sat down recently for a long chat and a tea (in fine china of course) with one of her favourite women in business and media, Prue Macsween.