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Liquid Learning, Women in ICT and Digital Leadership Summit 2019

Inspired. Motivated. Focused. Three words summarising how I felt walking out after two days at the Liquid Learning, Women in ICT and Digital Leadership Summit 2019. I’m Emma Judd, Group Marketing Manager at Place Design Group and I was the lucky winner of the Women in Digital LinkedIn competition, to attend this Summit from July

Women & Investing: 4 Things I Would Tell My 24-Year-Old Self

By Jade Ong How do we get more women investing? The economic reality women tend to face is full of gaps – super, wages, investing – and part of closing them involves gaining the knowledge and tools necessary for tackling the inequality. It’s why we’re developing a series aimed at inspiring women to invest in

When Data Meets Design

By Sejal Jamnadas We live in the age of data. Everything from numbers, graphs, code, images, dots, lines, sound, video and hashtags. Sometimes we don't even see the data. We just see that Amazon magically recommends us books we'd be interested in, or that Facebook happens to know the latest sales happening at our favourite

By |2018-01-28T21:09:26+10:00November 29th, 2017|Categories: Blog Posts|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

How are you contributing to Big Data?

By Jade Ong This article was submitted by AtlasTrend (www.atlastrend.com). To learn more about the Online Shopping and other mega world trends, CLICK HERE. AtlasTrend  is a global equities fund manager that makes it easy for anyone to invest in the world’s most transforming trends such as Online Shopping. For more investing insights and to learn about

By |2017-12-11T22:11:52+10:00October 8th, 2017|Categories: Tech and Women's News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Taking the Leap – Bridging the Gap

By Nirma Ledford Since my first day working in the marketing communications field, I realised that there was a distinct disconnect between the online efforts of attracting traffic and making sales. I started out in media sales and quickly advanced into broad-scale communications strategies for leading B2B clients. Developing and implemented multi-platform campaigns that would

Why Writing Copy, Goes Beyond Just Words Sounding Good Together

Anita Siek is an admitted Lawyer turned Founder and Director of Wordfetti, a virtual copywriting agency where they do not believe in traditional copywriting, but disruptive, internet breaking, and thought-provoking copywriting. In today’s ever changing economy, one thing remains constant: competition. So how does one curate copy and words that can help stand out from

Closing the Wage Gap: 5 Salary Negotiation Tips Every Woman Should Use

It’s hard to know how much you should ask for before taking a job if you don’t know how much you’re worth to a company. You could sell yourself short if you walk into a salary negotiation unprepared and accept an offer for less than what someone with your experience is earning at other companies.

Want to be Paid Fairly? Join a Tech Company with more Women Executives

We already know that companies with more women executives are more profitable. But these companies are also paying their female employees more fairly, according to a new analysis by Redfin and PayScale. The gender pay gap is half the size at tech companies with more women executives. For this study, Redfin examined the gender makeup of executive teams

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