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Serial entrepreneur delivers 6 million meals

It's a very happy first anniversary to the founder of My Food Bag, serial entrepreneur, Cecilia Robinson

 

check out the photos from our awesome insp!re 14 event

Trelise Cooper, Ranjna Patel & Diane Foreman inducted into the Hall of Fame

Wonderful evening together as we inducted these outstanding women into the New Zealand Hall of Fame for Women Entrepreneurs.

flossie.com founder takes it to the next level

From strength to strength is an apt description for the current tech start-up of a seasoned entrepreneur, whose latest evolution sees Flossie.Com morph from quiet time beauty appointment reseller to a fully personalised service that does the hunting for you.

This months launch of smartphone app, Flossie Concierge, sees Flossie.com continue on its path to transform the way women book hair and beauty services.

more here: http://www.coofwomen.biz/news/a-girls-best-friend/

Richard Branson Picked Frances Valintine

Co.OfWomen member, Frances Valintine, will fly to Capetown to spend a week at the Branson Centre for Entrepreneurship after winning the Best Start-Up Award at the recent Talent Unleashed awards.

Frances is a serial entrepreneur whos current company, The Mind Lab, recently entered a joint venture with Unitec.  The Mind Lab is a pioneer in digital and collaborative learning, reflecting new frameworks of contemporary education.

The annual awards,  for which Frances was shoulder tapped to enter, recognise the best in the technology sector and this year attracted over 600 entries from the Asia Pacific region.

Judged by tech legends Steve Wozniak and Sir Richard Branson,  the six winners get to spend five days at a workshop in South Africa during Global Entrepreneur’s Week.

read more: http://www.coofwomen.biz/news/frances-valintine-to-meet-richard-branson/

Kiri Nathan dresses music royalty

Ruby Shines Brighter

In an industry under threat from global brands, NZ fashion business Ruby continues to go from strength to strength, thanks to the leadership owner Chris Sharma shares with her daughters.


The launch of a fab new offering called Celebrations under their Liam brand, is evidence that part of their success is about the way they are tuned into their customers,  just one facet of what makes this iconic kiwi fashion brand the sustained success it is.  This family owned and run enterprise has also honed a great MO that allows each of the three Sharma women, whose talents are at the core of it’s success, to flourish...

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