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Did Newcastle business woman know that women make up just over a third of all Australian business operators? Covering the ever-growing of women-led businesses operating in the area, we speak to five women, each of whom run their own business across town. Working alongside her husband Tim, Tiffany has been a proud business owner in Newcastle since I feel these special days of awareness; acknowledgment and celebration only came to my attention in the last decade! Sometimes it seems like such a big and deeply layered topic, especially in a global society. It can be overwhelming, but just taking one small step is better than none.
Start the conversation; you never know where it may lead. Our local community is very supportive and encouraging of small business in general and also of women creatives. It feels very natural and rewarding for me to be a part of a constantly evolving and growing city. Newcastle is overflowing with so many incredibly inspiring local businesses that are owned by women.
We are spoilt for choice! Many years ago, they were ly located in East Maitland and I would drive up especially to visit. So, when they opened in Newcastle I was over the moon. Another local gem! Launching inSimone has become quite the go-to for anything ceramics in Newcastle. I am happy to have the freedom to make my own business decisions and inspired to see women succeeding on their own terms.
Also — Newcastle represent!
Today my dress is by High Tea with Mrs. Local self-confessed flower lover, floral deer, and all-around beautiful human, Rachel Cullen from Botanica Bird has become known for her larger-than-life floral arrangements and ever-so cheeky online personality. It is a day to remind all persons to support, encourage, empower and inspire women to help set goals and achieve them. It was totally a vibe and I looked up to my boyfriend also vibing and dancing around in the kitchen whilst making me a coffee.
It made me feel all the warm and fuzzies and was a proud moment.
It is here when I have to remind myself that in order to move past these hurdles, I need the support and encouragement of not only family and friends but, other business women in my life. Without their knowledge, support and encouragement, I would not be able to move forward. I have networked and collaborated with many like-minded business women who I now call my friends. I feel very lucky to have this support and am inspired by so many.
If anyone is reading this wishing they had this support — contact me! I am here to support women in the community as well as deliver fab flowers! Working alongside her life partner Byron, Blue Kahunas has become the go-to for tiki-cocktails in Newcastle since its inception in late Launching inmade by a.
There has been a driving factor to financially support myself and have independence. Freshly baked bre, pastries, tarts and brioche in Maryville. Seafood, beers and cocktails, just moments from Newcastle Beach. Collectively, we can all help create an inclusive world. Tiffany Minell. Simone Madigan. Rachel Cullen. Prudence Farquhar. Amelia Hancock. Tags Local Tips News People.
Milford Espresso Islington's hole-in-the-wall cafe. Downtown Beirut Lebanese Newcastle business woman hits Beaumont St. Baked Uprising Freshly baked bre, pastries, tarts and brioche in Maryville.
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