women in business

International Women’s Day with Hannon Comazzetto, CEO & Founder of AirRobe

With a recent partnership with THE ICONIC and more than 50 retail partners under its belt, AirRobe is one of the breakthrough resale platforms to hit Aussie e-commerce. We asked the CEO and Founder, Hannon Comazzetto, about her journey as a woman in the industry, her biggest inspirations, and what the future of female leadership looks like to her.

International Women’s Day with Charlotte Dawes, CEO & Founder of Lalcôvi Fashion

CEO and Founder of Lalcôvi Fashion, Charlotte Dawes, is surrounded by inspiring women. She tells us how she copes with imposter syndrome, her biggest female inspirations, and the advice she gives herself if she needs an extra push.

International Women’s Day with Michelle Shippen, Founder of Mumma’s Little Helpers

Michelle Shippen is the owner and Director of Mumma's Little Helpers, an online store that specialises in parenting solutions. As a mum of three, she understands the juggle of operating a business and raising kids. We asked her the importance of International Women's Day, who inspires her and what the future of female leadership looks like.

International Women’s Day with Lana Coppel, Founder and Director of Order of Style

Lana Coppel is the Founder of Order of Style, an online shopping experience that aims to replicate the in-store experience 'with less of the bad stuff'. As a female-owned business, we wanted to find out what International Women's Day means to her, the challenges she's faced and the women she turns to for inspiration.

International Women’s Day with Emma May, Founder of Sophie Grace

Following a career in the legal landscape, Emma May launched her slow fashion e-commerce company, Sophie Grace, during the pandemic. We asked her what it means to be a woman in business, what International Women's Day means to her, and the women that have inspired her in her career journey.

International Women’s Day with Aida Rejzovic, Founder of Sassy Organics

Aida Rejzovic founded Sassy Organics in 2016, to make shopping for organic and vegan products more accessible. In honour of International Women's Day, we asked Rejzovic what the day means to her, how it has inspired her journey and what the future of female leadership looks like.

Heather Bone
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