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Why should more women actively invest in the Sharemarket?

In this special feature, we talk to Jade Ong (Co-Founder of AtlasTrend) about her investing experience and why she strongly believes more women should invest in the sharemarket. Q: Tell us about your professional background and experience? A: I started a career in corporate advisory and investment management over 15 years ago. Prior to AtlasTrend,

Two inspirational women encouraging us to create change

Jade Collins and Alanna Bastin-Byrne are Co-Founders of Femeconomy.com and sisters-in-law. They want you to shop brands with female leaders to create gender equality. Collectively, women make 85% of consumer purchase decisions. In Australia alone during 2016 this equated to $198.9 billion. Let’s use this economic lever to advance gender equality at a faster rate. It’s

The rise of Women in the SEO Industry

Search engine optimization is an industry that has been growing steadily for a while now. Businesses want to ensure that their site ranks at the top for competitive keywords, which means they turn to SEO professionals. A lot of experts have been able to crack the secret behind Google's search algorithms. However, a lot of

By |2017-08-07T11:56:04+10:00August 7th, 2017|Categories: Recommended, Tech and Women's News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

5 reasons why your Business needs a Chatbot

We’ve reached a time when technological developments and integration into consumerism can be hard to keep up with today. The latest tech fad being surveyed and implemented in websites, chatbots, presents another streamlined and technologically efficient way for business owners to one-up their client interaction on a daily basis. What is a chatbot? A chatbot

Being Branded isn’t always a bad thing

Written by Alex Hobbs  Do you ever find yourself completely devoted to one brand? Perhaps you are Apple over Samsung, MAC over Napoleon or (lets face it) anything over home brand. When it comes to objects we decide so easily what is good or bad, but on a personal level disagree with “branding” ourselves. In

How to embrace your Unconscious Incompetence

Michael Griffin, Chief Information Office at Genie Solutions was kind enough to share his views on diversity in the digital landscape with me the other day. When I asked Michael to define what diversity meant to him his definition was extremely enlightening: “A long-running theme in my career has been seeking out my “unconscious incompetence”-

Taking the pinch out of the pay rise conversation

By WID Blogger Josephine Kent Last Wednesday Women in Digital and our partner Diverse City Careers were honoured to host Matt Wallaert, Global Director for accelerator programs at Microsoft and founder of getraised.com.  A naturally charismatic speaker, Matt had the entire room enthralled by his words of wisdom as he delivered a talk highlighting the most

By |2017-01-26T11:21:18+10:00July 30th, 2016|Categories: Career Tips, Recommended|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Elevator Pitches and Networking Event Success with Jen Burrows

Imagine this scenario. You’re in an Elevator when Richard Branson walks in (perhaps ‘insert your career here’s’ equivalent) and it’s just the two of you. You both look at each other, you with dawning recognition, and them with a complacent smile. The button’s light up with each floor, 5, 6, 7 when suddenly there’s a

By |2017-01-26T11:18:51+10:00July 10th, 2016|Categories: Blog Posts, Events, Recommended|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Elevator Pitches and Networking Event Success with Jen Burrows

Why it’s essential to attend conferences and how to win the go-ahead from your boss.

  Those fortunate enough to attend TedX or even SXSW this year would have walked away feeling rejuvenated and inspired. Not only because those sharing their knowledge and experience were engaging and cutting edge, but because creativity begets creativity. Sticking to the office like an oyster to a rock is not ideal for the employee

Meet Nila, a modern day Mother Theresa empowering Women in Bangladesh through Tech

For most business owners, starting a company is driven by a desire to make a living on their own terms. In a developing country it maybe born out of necessity. For Bangladeshi Social Entrepreneur Nila her business was born out of pure frustration. Nila had been working with Digital Agencies in Bangladesh for over 7 years before she

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