Running a business is consuming work, and it can be hard to keep on top of everything. We asked some of the 2017 Businesswomen Hall of Fame inductees how they manage to stay motivated, and up-to-date with their businesses.
Adina Jacobs of STM Brands has found the give and take of business support communities helpful. “Whether it’s linking people up, sharing my experiences or exchanging ideas, I find it all beneficial.”
Roslyn Campbell, Director of social enterprise Tsuno, is happy to be a part of “a network of really open, caring women who are really generous with sharing information, advice and contacts” on Facebook.
Liz Courtney is the Director of Unboxed Media. She has found mentors extremely helpful in helping her set her course, stay focused, build leaderships skills, to network, to help keep her dream alive, and to join several associations in her field. She also has found the support and guidance from business associations to be essential for building relationships, business opportunities, meeting key influences and building out her profile.
Plus in today’s edition of HerBusiness News, we look at:
- Why investing in team strengths beats focusing on weaknesses
- Boost your marketing ROI (return on investment)
- Make progress on your goals
And we review the awesome Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame launch which was held last Thursday to celebrate the 2017 Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame. The event was sponsored by Telstra | Neto — Neto allows you to build an entire online store, process sales at your bricks and mortar store and showcase your products through eBay and social media – all from one platform.
Enjoy this issue and let us know what you think.