Monthly Archives: November 2016

I am an Australian – Just like you

I am an Australian. I was a refugee. And I am of Vietnamese heritage. I was just seven years old when I witnessed my birth country crumble in front of my eyes. I watched as people, confused and frightened, scrambled to get onto boats, screaming and crying as they rushed anywhere their feet could take them. It was total chaos. Continue reading

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Women in focus: Top 5 tips for successful crowdfunding

Kasia Gospos is one incredibly courageous woman. Read Kasia’s top 5 tips for a successful crowdfunding campaign. Continue reading

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Transitioning from stay-at-home mum to app entrepreneur

Mother of two, Beck Keysers, is the founder and managing director of Autism Link. Her commitment to supporting families with children with Autism and Aspberger’s has seen Autism Link flourish from a simple idea to Australia’s leading resource on Autism services. Beck shares her transition story from stay-at-home mum to app entrepreneur. Continue reading

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5 must-have’s for your networking toolkit

Written by Toni Courtney. As featured in The Country Web 2016 Annual. Re-printed with permission. The power of a great network can’t be underestimated—especially when it results in new clients, the next job, or new opportunity. “Networking is the key … Continue reading

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