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Lunch & Learn: Sidehustles 101
Want to start up your own business or take your side hustle full time?

Join us for a special extended Lunch & Learn where we hear from Aussie women who have taken the leap from their 9-to-5 job to build a thriving business.

Aug 12, 2022 12:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Journalist, Founder & CEO @Naked Sundays
Samantha Brett is a television news journalist and founder of Naked Sundays, an award-winning sunscreen brand aimed at changing the habits of millennials when it comes to applying SPF. Sam worked as the Sunrise morning news reporter for 7 years before going on to start her own business inspired by her own SPF journey of not finding anything to top up her sunscreen over her heavy TV makeup. She is the author of 10 books including "The Game Changers" with Meghan Markle.
Founder @Kin Fertility
Nicole is the Founder of Kin Fertility. After a misdiagnosis of an all-too-common reproductive condition, Nicole started Kin to help women take control of the decisions that impact their bodies and their reproductive health. Kin launched Australia's first subscription service to the contraceptive pill and is now supporting women across the rest of the fertility journey, from conception through to postpartum. Nicole started out her career in Venture Capital, where she fell in love with start-ups, passionate founders and the idea of building something from scratch. From there, she spent a few years working as a Management Consultant at McKinsey & Company, working largely with consumer companies understand their customers and develop their long-term strategy.
Co-Founder @GG's Flowers & Hampers
I am a passionate and driven young woman trying to change the world one flower and gift hamper at a time. At the age of 20, I established GG's Flowers & Hampers - a social enterprise florist and gift hamper business that provides meaningful employment for people with special needs. This business has moved from strength to strength over the last six years, providing paid employment at award wages for over 35 people with special needs. I am passionate about providing meaningful employment opportunities and being a flexible workplace where my employees can truly feel like valued members of an organisation. I am interested in becoming a better leader and boss, and providing hundreds more opportunities for people with special needs to gain meaningful work.
Personal Branding Stylist
Jane Mow is a Sydney-based Personal Brand Stylist and Style Coach. Her extensive portfolio spans personal styling, fashion editorials, runway, look books, print media, music videos, and television styling.   Driven by an insatiable thirst for style, Jane started her career styling television presenters in her hometown of Auckland, New Zealand.    Her creative eye soon saw her as the Fashion Editor for MindfoodSTYLE Magazine.   Armed with a wealth of knowledge, Jane’s passion is now in Personal Branding; helping women align their personal brand with their personal style.   She’s a firm believer that What You Wear Is Your Business Card™️, helps busy ambitious women use their image as an effective marketing tool to climb the corporate ladder, attract ideal clients and make more money.