think about it
Your cart is empty
Visit The Shop
Thursday 25 May 2017
Culture

women in technology at the CeBIT Technology and Business Summit

Eden Faithfull
No comments

Walking into the CeBIT Conference is not unlike being ushered into some revolutionary space-age marketplace, where suit-and-lanyard-clad businessmen smile knowingly at you from behind a thousand different shimmering screens: laptops, iPads and feature walls with PowerPoints projected across them. CeBIT is APAC’s largest and longest running technology exhibition and conference, and it is an essential…
Read more

Sunday 28 June 2015
News Politics World

in brief: donald trump’s racist comments lose him TV contract

Eden Gillespie
No comments

  American politician Donald Trump has lost a TV contact for Miss Universe and Miss USA after posting a series of racist comments on Twitter which targeted Mexicans. Univision, an American-Spanish TV network, has refused to air the pageants which are partly owned by Trump, in response to the presidential candidate’s comments that the Mexican…
Read more

Thursday 18 June 2015
Featured Opinion

Who gets to be a jerk (and why do they want to)?

Shannon Clarke
No comments

When Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie told graduates at Wellesley College to forget likeability, it made headlines. Not only because when Adichie, a prolific novelist and feminist, speaks people tend to listen, but also because this is not something young women hear often. ‘All over the world, girls are raised to be make themselves likeable, to twist…
Read more

Saturday 4 May 2013
News Politics

in brief: joe hockey has no new ideas for addressing gender imbalance in business

Toby Newton
No comments

  Six months out from the federal election, shadow treasurer, Joe Hockey, refuses to be drawn on the Coalition’s policy stance regarding women in executive positions. Addressing an audience of 350 women at the Executive Women of Australia’s inaugural leadership symposium, Joe Hockey expressed his support for mentoring programs as a way of redressing the…
Read more

Tuesday 28 February 2012
Fashion

Interview with Taryn Williams: How the Fashion Industry Can Empower Models

Erin Stewart
One comment

Taryn Williams became a model when she was 16 years old. She juggled her job with school, and later university, with a lot of success. She graduated the Dux of her high school and completed tertiary studies at the Australian National University. However, it was not easy going. She says, ‘I was modelling full time…
Read more

Sunday 4 September 2011
Culture

interview: olivia dikambi, a young CEO

Erin Stewart
No comments

Olivia Dikambi is an inspirational, entrepreneurial young woman. Aged just 24, she has already represented over 50 clients in the entertainment industry and has spent the last year running her own PR agency in New York. This interview with Olivia Dikambi covers what inspires her, how to succeed and lead in a competitive industry like…
Read more