As the fuss over the Federal Government’s $443.8 million funding grant to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation has highlighted, the public is increasingly interested in where charities are spending their money and, in particular, how much is actually going to aiding their specified causes (think, perhaps, of the times you or someone you know has… Read more »
Christine Smith, founder of Recipe4Change and the Rowville Community Kitchen has always had a shared passion for people and food. Growing up in the UK in an era when “if you didn’t know how to cook, you didn’t eat good food” Smith said she was inspired to create the Rowville Community Kitchen to connect her… Read more »
Social Enterprise Entrepreneur and Kitchen Queen, Rachel Golding, has won the Women’s Business School Award at the 2017 AusMumpreneur Awards in Sydney which took place on 25th August 2017. The award recognises Golding as an outstanding Women’s Business School student who has achieved phenomenal results in all aspects of business through her Sydney-based meal delivery service… Read more »
Ever heard of ‘dining for a cause’? The inner Sydney’s Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) has launched a new restaurant and bar called Song Kitchen. This isn’t just any ordinary restaurant. The New South Wales branch of the YWCA is responding to an increasing demand for ‘dining for a cause’. The former Queensland premier Anna Bligh… Read more »
Roslyn Campbell has made successful steps toward changing the feminine hygiene industry over the past few years through the introduction of her brand, Tsuno.
As the end of the financial year approaches, accounting fatigue is real, but the temptation to scrimp on the detail can harm your business.