This first installment features Sandra Mu (co-founder of Jump Trampoline Parks) and Ranjna Patel (co-founder of Nirvana Health Group), they give their insight into what it's like working with their partners.
Volume 3 of The Strengths Series features two fab members - Sophie Gilmour, founder of Bird On A Wire, and our board member Sarah Paykel. They share how they've developed their strengths.
Megan May of Little Bird Organics and our founding chair, Lee Mathias are at different stages in business but both dedicate themselves to the wellness of others. Hear what they've learnt about their strengths.
Our founder shares about a new workshop that promises to super charge your 2018. Deliberately our most affordable, and with a robust neuroscience basis, this will add a raft of practical tools to equip us for our best year.
Check out the first tool in our new digital series called legUP that will focus on practical tools to build success. We'll be covering all aspects of performance and include both ours and other great thinkers tools.
WE WISH YOU - tune in for our holiday wishes for you from our founder and some of our fab members and enjoy a wonderful break to rejuvenate for an awesome 2018
We had an awesome time with Karen Walker as she shared her journey with us - check out these great tips she shares so generously and find some gold to add to your tool-kit.
We love the authentic, down to earth manner of this woman. This serial entrepreneur has so much gold to share and you can choose between the highlights & full interview versions.
We chatted with Bird on a Wire co-founder Sophie Gilmour about all sorts of facets to her journey in building this great biz. A fab podast to inspire your thinking. Tune in to hear Sophie share in her hallmark generous, laid back way.
Together with her husband Ranjna Patel is the founder of Nirvana Healthcare group, the largest primary healthcare provider in the country. We talk about her compelling, impressive journey with this truly humble woman.
Sandra Mu is the founder of Jump, NZ’s Premier Indoor Trampoline Park. Jump was the first of its kind in NZ when introduced it in 2013 and has taken the backyard trampoline fun to the extreme, not only for kids as most expect but also for adults.
Mimi Gilmour has hospitality in her blood. Just 25 when she opened her first restaurant, she how has 5 under her belt, including one national brand, the fab Mexico restaurants. We found out what drives this inspiring woman.
Sarah Paykel was the founder of Lush Australasia and a board member of Co.OfWomen. We chat with her about entrepreneurship, resilience, managing stress, the job of motherhood and asked her for some great advice for business women.
Fashion designer Karen Walker needs no introduction to most of us. She’s a household name - no mean feat when it comes to the fickle world of fashion - and a 2017 inductee to The NZ Hall of Fame for Women Entrepreneurs.
Restaurateur and serial entrepreneur Mimi Gilmour has been on a fast-paced roller coaster ride for the last decade, scaling the heights of success and swooping to the lows of decline.
Founder of Lush Australasia, investor, advisor, philanthropist and mum extraordinaire, Sarah Paykel shares about juggling the balls of life and business, empowerment, and creating A-Teams.
Jenny Joblin is the founder of the iconic Kiwi streetwear label, Federation. She’s shares openly about surviving a perfect storm in her business and coming back from the brink.
Ranjna Patel and her husband Dr Kantilal Patel have changed the face of Auckland’s healthcare, transcending barriers and using a simple philosophy: Here to serve.
She’s a ball of energy but make no mistake, Rose & Thorne’s founder Sue Dunmore is a business dynamo. The secret of her success? Well, you'd better read on to find out!
Meet one of Co.OfWomen’s trailblazers, serial entrepreneur Lee Mathias.
Being a woman in business is different to being a man in business – and that’s something to celebrate. As a broad generalisation, women and men have different innate skill sets, which have different advantages in business...
We check in with emerging entrepreneurial superstar Sophie Gilmour of Bird On A Wire and internationally successful Dame Julie Christie about setbacks, near-fails and working through hurdles.
If you feel the juggle of life and business weighing you down, take heart. You’re most definitely not alone and maybe you can take a leaf from these members stories
As business owners we face myriad challenges and difficult decisions. It’s how they deal with those challenges that makes all the difference.
Life coach, author, wellness warrior and entrepreneur Louise Thompson dishes out her advice on doing it all and remaining sane.
Jo Doolan shares some wisdom on the role an advisory board can play in supporting the success of a growing business so you can consider whether this could be useful for you.
It’s official, NZ is the No. 1 place for ease of doing business according to the World Bank but the flip is half of our businesses fail in their first 5 years. Here are some clues to ensure we keep ours on track.
Quality insights on how to find and keep the best support crew from one of the best in the industry, the fab Ms Wynnis Armour
Entrepreneurship is about working smarter right? Have you got your smarty-pants on?
Tick these 10 tips off your list to ensure you do.
We asked some of our gals how they refuel their tanks and take some much needed me-time. In other words, how they find their bliss to avoid entrepreneurial overwhelm.
Ever feel like packing it in and getting a job with a regular payday? We hear you! Here are 10 common stumbling blocks to conquer before you do.
we love the wisdom and clarity that Jenna Moore brings to her role of Editor for co. magazine and how she manages to dig up the good stuff for us all to do better from - enjoy!
Need some pearls of wisdom to inspire you on your journey? Here are 10 kick-ass ways to don your big girl’s pants, from us to you. Go to it!
We just love that women share so openly, so we asked around and compiled a list for those of us serious about the game of entrepreneurial success. Grab your pen...