Peace Mitchell is featured in this interview about how the Federal Budget will affect women in business featured on 9 news.
We really believe investing in women has the power to change the world and we’re so determined to prove that we can make a difference with our new Women’s Business School which launches with a national 5 city Masterclass Roadshow in June this year.
We are so committed to inspiring women to reach their full potential by connecting them with the support they need and the education and skills required to build and grow a successful business.
We have built our own school covering everything we wish existed when we were starting out.
It’s a world first, a business school exclusively for women, and contains everything new business owners need to succeed.
Combining a one day Masterclass in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth in June plus 6 months of online learning in key business topics of sales, marketing, social media, branding, time management and finances – this program gives you the tools, techniques and strategies you need to grow your business.
Unlike other courses, this program has been designed with women with young families in mind, with content delivered in a range of formats to suit a busy life. For each lesson you can access pre-recorded video tutorials, audio recordings or printable transcripts. Allowing you to learn when, how and where you like.
This unique program also features the Secrets to Success Series, inspirational interviews with some of Australia’s most successful up and coming businesswomen giving you insider information into a range of industries including fashion, retail, product development, services, wholesaling, digital innovation, food, manufacturing and more.
As a part of the program you also gain lifetime access to a supportive tribe of successful women to help you feel embraced, empowered and guided through every single area of your life and business.
Federal Candidate Owen Guest has been working with us recently and really believes in the work we are doing, saying, “Small businesses are the backbone of the Australian economy. They are the key drivers of growth and jobs and provide the gateway to the 21st century economy.”
The business school also grows our partnership with St George Bank, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne as our major partners and contributors to the school.
Stuart Zalunardo, St.George Bank’s Head of SME said, “St.George is proud to partner with Ausmumpreneur in this important initiative and help equip women with the right tools to grow their business.”
To keep class sizes small only 50 places are available in each city. Applications open soon. If you’d like to pre-register your interest for this exclusive program please complete the form below:
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