Tag Archives: women in business

Daring to Dream – Lucy Moss

By Lucy Moss, Coonamble As featured in the 2019 Country Web Annual Rural business woman and entrepreneur Lucy Moss says Mink & Me was born out of a desire to create a fun, welcoming space that felt like home – somewhere … Continue reading

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The Financial knack of ‘Women in Black’

By Lily Rodgers, Hunter Valley. As featured in the 2019 Country Web Annual At the top of the Hunter Valley, home to a cluster of rural properties, there is a group of forward-thinking, financially- savvy females who call themselves Women in … Continue reading

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Lawyer and young mum’s trio show you can do it all

By Dannielle Ford, Alice Byrnes and Kirsty Evans, Orange As featured in the 2019 Country Web Annual In April 2019, Alice Byrnes, Dannielle Ford and Kirsty Evans became owners and directors of the first all-female partnership law firm in Orange, NSW. … Continue reading

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Daring to Dream: Fashion to farmer, ex-model finds niche in baby market

Vanessa Bell As featured in the 2018 Country Web Annual. Australian Merino wool has a new advocate—ex-model and media professional Vanessa Bell has launched a new brand ‘Sarah Jane Bond’ targeting the baby segment (newborns to five years), a market in … Continue reading

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A study shows more women on energy company boards brings benefits to climate change

The latest edition of the RWN magazine The Country Web focuses on women pushing boundaries and includes many stories of women who are making an impact in what are often referred to as ‘male’ domains. One of the popular arguments for … Continue reading

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