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Glass ceiling fails to break for Australian women: EOWA

Women have made no significant gains in their representation among ASX 200 companies or in key executive positions over the last eight years concludes new research by the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA).

PANDORA bracelet entrepreneur Karin Adcock wins Telstra NSW Business Woman of the Year

Karin Adcock, the Danish-born entrepreneur who first introduced the popular PANDORA collectible charm bracelet to Australia was named today as the 2010 Telstra New South Wales Business Woman of the Year.

NSW Anti-Discrimination Board allows recruitment of female only staff

The NSW Anti-Discrimination Board has granted an exception to the Anti-Discrimination act to Trivett Automotive which will enable the company to recruit females only.

Accelerate Women Get Real in Gosford

What stands in the way of most businesses are complicated strategies, overwhelming thoughts of how much work is involved and, sometimes, just not knowing where to start or, in fact, if we are even headed in the right direction.

The Women’s Business

You may have the view that there is no glass ceiling and being female won’t hold you back. But you can’t argue with the statistics. So, how can we change things?

Share market is a woman’s world?

Women are proving to do better when investing in the share market than their male counterparts, if one leading analyst is to be believed.

Australian businesswomen, where are you?

There are almost no women sitting in executive boardrooms across Australia. Although the ASX recently announced plans to force companies to set targets for gender diversity, it seems Australian women are hitting their head on the glass ceiling more than ever before.

Women more positive than men in business outlook

Women business operators are more positive about their prospects heading into 2011 and more likely to be aiming for significant business growth than their male counterparts, according to the latest Sensis Business Index released yesterday.

‘Young people have been disproportionately affected’: Taj Pabari

Taj Pabari is the CEO of the Australian School of Entrepreneurship (ASE), was named the Australian Young Innovator of the Year in...

Let’s Talk: Success Secrets

Success looks different for each business. There is a huge variety in the business models that we hold up as success stories....

Unfair dismissal claim against Deliveroo may have widespread consequences for the gig economy

A former rider for Deliveroo has taken the food-delivery service to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in an unfair dismissal case.

Buy now, pay later made easy for SMEs as Zip partners with Visa, Apple, Google

Zip has announced its partnership with Visa, Apple and Google to allow many more small businesses to accept buy now, pay later...

Meet the woman behind the digital support network for regional businesses

Jordana Edwards has lived in Pottsville in regional New South Wales for the last 15 years. The town of just 6000 people...

Helping Australian businesses through COVID-19

As we continue to navigate the impacts of the global pandemic, Export Finance Australia is supporting Australian businesses with access to finance.  Without a doubt, new...

‘Innovate or perish’: Martin Duursma

Martin Duursma is a Partner at Main Sequence Ventures. Prior to Main Sequence Ventures, Martin co-founded Datapac Australasia and then went on...

‘We have to be bold and visionary’: Sally-Ann Williams

Sally-Ann Williams is the CEO of Cicada Innovations, one of Australia's leading deep tech incubators. Before joining Cicada, Sally-Ann was an Executive...