Co-funded grants of up to $480,000 are available for startups owned and led by women. Here’s what you need to know and do to apply.
MYOB celebrates female entrepreneurs at the forefront of the next digital business revolution as part of International Women’s Day 2021.
The Government’s Budget is a welcome sight for SMEs, but it’s the attention to digitising business and empowering female entrepreneurs that makes this plan a winner.
For Krissy Sadler-Bridge, climbing the corporate ladder provided her with invaluable experience – but her true passion lay in helping small businesses succeed.
Through her inspiring ed-tech startup, TalkiPlay, Dr Annie McAuley is helping children learn to talk using the power of technology.
A special International Women’s Day edition of the LeaderShip of Fools podcast, featuring four female business leaders, takes a pragmatic view of the gender debate.
Programs like developher aren’t just about addressing the gender imbalance in tech – they could point the way forward for tech recruitment more broadly.
Closing out its second year, Australia’s only corporate and venture backed accelerator for female-led tech startups, SheStarts is doubling down on plans to support the future of female entrepreneurs.