Ethique founder Brianne West and Kiri Nathan (of her eponymous fashion label) share the many, MANY things that their success has made possible and how those opportunities inspire and inform the rest of their lives.
This Christchurch-based founder of Ethique has built one of the most sustainable cosmetics businesses in the world.
Take a moment to hear from WineFriend founder Debbie Sutton, who's knows a thing or two about starting a business, as she shares her top tips for emerging entrepreneurs to add her learning to ours. Bring it!
Fashion and all-round Kiwi icon Karen Walker needs no introduction. She’s famous not only for her witty, androgynous fashion designs, but sunglasses, jewellery, paint colours and much more.
Audette is an absolute delight to listen to. Here she speaks about the journey she has taken from her feminist activist roots to her soaring corporate success and how she came to the understand how the power of capital could effect social change.
Two things strike you when you spend time chatting with Sarah Bruce: her infinite optimism (matched by her awesome smile) and her mum-determination. These two factors have been major drivers of her success and are evidenced in her fun and thriving business. Get into the full, in-depth chat with Sarah and add her practical thinking to your journey.
In this podcast, we talk to emerging entrepreneurial rock star Jessie Jarvie (of The Baby Bag). Tune in as we learn more about Jessie as she shares her journey so far.
We chat with Bird on a Wire co-founder Sophie Gilmour about the multiple facets of her journey in building this great biz. Tune in to hear her conversation with Tara Lorigan as Sophie shares her business journey in her hallmark generous, laid-back way.
Ingrid Memelink of Harrowset Hall knows her stuff when it comes to surviving crises, working while raising a family and defying expectations. Ingrid is a woman who has mastered achieving success on her own terms.
When Danika Revell realised her dream of motherhood, little did she know it would catapult into an abyss of antenatal depression. She tells the tough tale of finding her way back to herself and her business, and the surprise of finding herself pregnant again.
Marnie Hillier, founder of Eskimo Nell, shares her up close and personal experience of business, attachment parenting and how the challenges of motherhood were the catalyst for a the launch of a business she's building around her family, in her hallmark badass way!
Naomi Ballantyne (ONZM), founder of Partners Life, talks about crashing through the glass ceiling of the insurance industry with a healthy dose of intellect and humour.
The founder of Birthcare and Labtests speaks about what she's learned from being a trailblazer in her industry.
Nurturers, supporters, multitaskers — you might scoff at the world's stereotypical view of women, but evidence shows it's not far from the truth. In life and in business, women are inherently multitasking nurturers. The question is, do these intrinsic behaviours help or hinder our success in business?
Jenene is the founder of Flossie.com and among her many other successes, recently closed a multi-million dollar partnership. Why, then, did she hit an almost devastating personal break point? In this edition of 'Real Talk' Jenene shares her story with brutal honesty.
Having a dream of owning your own business and making it come true are two different things, especially if that dream requires capital to get it off the ground. It can also be a struggle to work out how to find the money to take your business to the next level, but we spoke to two women who made it happen in different ways - and asked them for their advice.
Hear Tara speak about three things you can do to refocus and replenish your energies, take back control of your time and feel amazing (and amazingly productive).
Hear Tara speak of cultivating a relatively simple habit that will not only change the way you think, but will enhance your confidence in your decision-making and enable you to produce your absolute best work.
Tara shares a hugely useful way to evaluate your year and feed that forward into the next decade (YES, next year is also a new decade!).
Co.OfWomen founder Tara Lorigan shares rich intel on the risks of not prioritising ourselves as leaders and how it can affect our success.
Confidence is something we all struggle with at times so it makes sense to keep a few tips and tricks up your sleeve for the next time you’re not seeing your true self. Read on for Tara’s insight.
Megan May is a business powerhouse and Auckland legend with her Unbakeries, Little Bird Organics, her recipe app and her generous, honest and charming approach to her life. Here she shares her top tips for creating a business that will feed your soul as well as your bank balance.
The journey to success could be viewed as just a series of experiments we choose to undertake. Examining the outcome of these shows us what to keep, refine and delete. Success is not a magic formula, it’s about doing the experiments until we find what works.
Marnie Hillier from badass t-shirt company Eskimo Nell has some words to the wise on running an authentic and original business in style.
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Nikki Clarke, a mum of four, created the now-global brand Cadenshae as she believes breastfeeding mums deserve clothes that are both functional and stylish for this super important time.