All posts tagged "business woman"

  • The quiz that shows where a business can go wrong

    Succeeding in the world of digital business isn’t easy. In fact, it’s commonly stated that over four in five new startups will fail. So when your venture encounters an issue, it’s imperative that find a...

  • The power in your purse

    Power of the purse

    Women make 85% of consumer purchase decisions. In 2015-16 in Australia alone this equated to $198.9 billion. This is a huge economic lever. What if we could use it to progress gender equality? If consumer...

  • How to unwind after a long business day

    How to unwind after a long business day

    As women in business, we often find ourselves working long, stressful days without much hope of relief in sight. This can have a huge knock on effect to our personal lives and often affects our...

  • 10 strategies for a great morning routine

    10 strategies for a great morning routine

    Are you searching for your keys in the morning because you forgot where you put them?  Do you easily get overwhelmed or feel mentally fuzzy?  Have you shown up at work dressed casually forgetting you...

  • 9 rules to run a business and stay sane

    Yes, life is crazy enough as it is. Home and family, kids and school, work and business — not to mention the pressure we undergo to keep up our networking, grooming, education, skills development, knowledge...

  • How to start a cafe or restaurant business

    Are you a woman that loves business, and unashamedly loves food? If so, running a restaurant could be the perfect challenge for you. With equal portions of dealing with the food aspects, being front of...

  • What’s your action plan when things go wrong?

    Nearly everyone who goes into business is at aware of the fact that at times, it can be a risky game. Even the most reliable chains of supply and demand can be affected by things...

  • 8 top ways to get savvy with your business

    If you look the word ‘savvy’ up in the dictionary, you will probably find a definition along the lines of ‘good at judgments; pertaining to a shrewd and practical knowledge.’ As you can see, being...

  • Why working 9 to 5 is archaic

    Back in the 1800’s manufacturing and factory work was booming. Staff were working long, unhealthy hours, sometimes 16 hours a day. In response to this, in 1817 a revolutionary man by the name of Robert...