We know you guys will smash whatever you put your mind to this year, and we want to help give you some key information and tools, that will help you … Read More
When the words ‘like a girl’ are used to mean something bad, it is profoundly disempowering.
In most parts of the world, women are still treated unequal to men and … Read More
The Queen is coming!
Please join us in getting excited to welcome Constance Hall to New Zealand for the very first time as part of her international book … Read More
Steve Jobs said that people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that actually do.
One of New Zealand’s best CEO’s, Jane Hastings an … Read More
Cleo Wade is a poet, artist, and speaker. She creates empowering messages, blending simplicity with positivity, femininity and arresting honesty. With the belief that art is for all people, Cleo creates large scale … Read More
Tara McKenty is an ex-Aucklander, now living in Sydney and working as a Creative Director for Google across the Asia Pacific region.
In conjunction with Auckland’s Tech Week, we were … Read More
Our very first event for 2016 explored the very interesting topic of; Reinvention.
Sometimes the craziness of life forces us to reinvent ourselves and at other times, we make the … Read More
Technology is still a sector with a vast gender imbalance, but women like Kiwi, Sara Clemens, prove how much technology could gain from sorting it out, and fast.
Sara Clemens … Read More
Meet Gosia Piatek, a former refugee, eco-warrior, Mother and owner of global fashion house, Kowtow.
Gosia started out in fashion, with a $5000 government ‘Work Start’ grant and turned it … Read More
Lucy Lawless lives brave.
A New Zealand icon, Lucy is best known for her role as Xena in Xena: Warrior Princess making her a cult television star and a household … Read More