Women-led startups are still in the minority, but Aotearoa/New Zealand is making inroads when it comes to balancing the scales. Here’s how.
Ahead of the curve as usual, the Kiwi startup space is brimming with women business founders and entrepreneurs. Here are six innovators in the field.
3 management lessons from inspiring women leaders This International Women’s Day, MYOB is celebrating inspiring women who are successfully breaking stereotypes in business and showing us a better way.
DevelopHer has been shining a light on a new way to attract tech talent and address gender imbalance since 2016. Now it’s launching in Aotearoa.
This week, Ministry of Awesome announced the launch of Electrify Accelerator, which aims to help more women founders succeed in business.
MYOB celebrates female entrepreneurs at the forefront of the next digital business revolution as part of International Women’s Day 2021.
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.