Women in Business
Orsi Parkanyi grew up in Eastern Europe (Hungary) in a family of four women. She came to Australia six years ago on her own with a university research scholarship as a 22 year old. Orsi spent the past 10 years investigating current social and environmental issues at various universities around the Globe.
As she’s become more aware of our limitations to save the Planet from an ecological disaster, she’s became more and more passionate about the concept of social entrepreneurship and empowerment of women. She started "Women as Entrepreneurs" (WE) at the end of October 2011 in order to initiate change and start a debate on this topic in Australia.
She is on Twitter @We_Sydney.
I recently had the opportunity to interview Kate Tribe from Tribe Research.
Women as Entrepreneurs hosted a fantastic and extremely successful Sydney event in January called “Women inspiring women”.
Nikki Durkin is a well-known name in the Australian start-up world.
I have no doubt that Natalie Müller is right on her way to great success.
Today I had a chance to catch up with an amazing and dynamic woman entrepreneur, Maryanne Kourouche who started her hair salon Transition Emporium 10 years ago.
When it comes to the collaborative consumption movement, Lisa Fox is among the movement’s most talked about and someone who is a pleasure to meet.
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