An inspirational rural woman from Cooma who is building a successful business…

 

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One last little post… with Christmas approaching we stumbled upon this story in the Canberra Times of an inspirational rural woman from Cooma who is building a successful business… despite living in a small country town. We hope you enjoy it too.

“The countdown to Christmas is particularly frenetic in the Cay household – Jane Cay is overseeing her successful online fashion retail business birdsnest and husband Oliver (”Oli”) is busy making sure thousands of sheep are shorn on time. Cooma is the unlikely location for a burgeoning internet-based fashion house but Jane has made it work and revelled in being able to foster a business in a regional setting – and how.”
Read more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/small-business/managing/fashionable-flocking-to-the-nest-20121211-2b82j.html#ixzz2Fdyc7LCO

We are all heading off today for the end of year break and will be back on deck in the new year with lots more items to share with you including the new Rural Women’s Connect project… so watch this space. In the meantime thanks for your interest in the Rural Women’s Network and all that we do and have a safe and happy festive season.

The RWN team!

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NSW Rural Women’s Network is a government program working in innovative ways to promote leadership and action on rural women’s issues. The RWN team is dedicated to connecting and exchanging information with women and stakeholders in rural, regional and remote communities.
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One Response to An inspirational rural woman from Cooma who is building a successful business…

  1. I used to travel frequently between Gippsland in Victoria and Bowral, NSW. Cooma was always a stopping place. That’s how I discovered the beautiful Birdsnest in the main street. Many times I did shopping there because work in Gippsland was so busy and Birdsnest was such a vibrant and interesting store. Congratulations to Jane for taking her great local business successfully to the internet. Phoenix

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