#SheInspires Chelsea Bonner

by Chelsea Bonner, makes no bones about it. She thinks big. As the founder of Bella Management, a model agency for plus-size, or larger, models, she has been a trailblazer from the start of her career. Today her agency is world-renowned for […]

Christie Murray #SheInspires

by Christie Murray from Christie Millinery found her love for millinery by chance after walking into a store. “I actually came across a millinery shop and it was a totally instinctive thing, like I just walked into this shop and was just […]

Business Woman Is Bidding For The Weinstein Company

by Maria Contreras-Sweet, the businesswoman who led the Small Business Administration under President Barack Obama, has launched a $275 million bid for the Weinstein company, but she’s laid down some pretty distinct parameters. According to Women’s Agenda, under the bidding terms, investors […]

Natasha Stewart #SheInspires

by Mother-of-two Natasha Stewart was always destined to have her own successful online business, registering her first ABN in 2006 with high hopes and big dreams of quickly becoming a millionaire at the ripe old age of 23. It wasn’t to be, […]

Women On Boards

by As the battle continues at the highest levels to increase the number of women on boards in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, it became clear to She Brisbane last week that there is no shortage of contenders. The growing number […]

Drawing The Line – How Much To Share?

by If you are working as a consultant, you probably thrive on finding and spotting opportunities which others don’t see. However, many consultants (including me), struggle with finding the right balance between networking, pitching and attracting business but not giving away too much valuable IP […]

Sticking To Your Values

by Last week I spoke at a Women Leading Business Masterclass on the importance of sticking to your values. I was surprised by the number of women who have contacted me to share how difficult they find it to create boundaries around their professional […]

How To Succeed In Business, Girls

by   Carrie Green knows about overcoming challenges. She’s been at it for more than a decade now and can boast a successful career as a successful entrepreneur. That’s why she is comfortable and proud to be publishing her own “How to” […]

Maggie’s Kitchen: courage of conviction

by Author: Caroline Beecham / Reviewer: Kelly Lyonns Synopsis: (Allen & Unwin, 2016) When the Ministry of Food urgently calls for the opening of British Restaurants to feed tired and hungry Londoners during the Second World War, Maggie Johnson is close to […]