Introducing the Femeconomy. A powerful contributor to gender equality.
This Women in Business Network brings together a range of informal learning and networking events for women who wish to learn, share and grow both personally and professionally.
In this session we are delighted to introduce Alicia Beachley, CEO of her own business and a member of the Femeconomy, that promotes the support of women-owned businesses and brands to assist advance education and gender equality.
Femeconomy educates consumers, budget and business owners on how purchasing decisions can assist contribute to achieving better gender equality. In fact, to be a Femeconomy-Certified business requires that business to have at least 30% of women as board directors or to be 50% female-owned!
You are the female economy.
The belief is that channelling purchasing power towards these businesses can potentially assist their profitability, leading to the potential for more women in leadership roles, who can contribute to better gender equality outcomes. And contribute indirectly to potentially better domestic violence outcomes.
Gender quality may not be achieved for another 216 years*
An interesting perspective and part of a fascinating presentation by Jade Collins, Director & Co-Founder of Femeconomy in her video clip shown below.
Who's invited? Everyone.
You don't have to be a CBD Sydney Chamber member to participate. Invite a friend or colleague and expand the conversation and network.
Images courtesy of Michael Thompson Photography for earlier sessions can be viewed here.
Building More Meaningful connections
This group is presented by the CBD Sydney Chamber and is focused on harnessing our collective knowledge, skills and experience to create a supportive network that fosters learning and connection.
Facilitated by Tulsi van de Graaff, Brave People Solutions
Who Should Be Involved?
& Claire Shulver, C Legal & Co.
We fortunate to have Tulsi van de Graaff, Partner as facilitator and communications expert extraordinaire. Tulsi is a communication and conflict specialist and former lawyer with a psychology, mediation, counselling and investigation background. She specialises in solving the communication, conflict, conduct and culture challenges and creating impressive teams, great people and inspiring leaders.
Claire Shulver is Founder and partner of her own commercial legal firm. Her business aims to provide clients with effective legal solutions, when outcomes matter. Her practice areas of speciality include Corporate & Business, Real estate, Trusts and Estates.
Our Guest - Alicia Beachley, CEO, April 5
Alicia Beachley is CEO of April5, a leading marketing agency specialising in brand activation, experiential marketing and events. Alicia has over 20 years industry experience and has helped national and global brands create impactful, action-driven marketing campaigns.
If you are a business owner, manager, hold or aspire to hold senior positions and interested in leadership, this is the network with which you should be involved. Everyone benefits from the content. If what we're doing sounds interesting, please join us. Members, Non-Members/Guests are welcome.
If you are a business owner, leader, manager or aspire to and interested in leadership, this is the network for you. Everyone benefits from our shared discussions and presentations. If what we're doing sounds interesting, please join us. Members and Non-Members/Guests are welcome.
If you are not already Member, consider joining. Chamber Business Membership is $330 incl. GST for 12 months.
Sponsors of the CBD Women in Business Network St George Bank | BSI Learning | Hall & Wilcox