The Daily Telegraph has dedicated a page to Australia’s women of success – that is, the 20 inductees into the 2016 Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame.
Bianca Monley of Eat Fit Food talks about the journey from household startup to the successful weight-loss-meal-plan business it is today.
“Everything is a difficult process in business! What has kept me going is this huge passion for helping people and changing lives through healthy foods.”
Anneke Van den Broek of Rufus & Coco received a special mention for her determination and perserverence:
“I can’t even tell you the people, whom I really respect, that told me it was a bad idea.”
Also featured in the article is Isobel Knight, founder of ProAgtive, a succession planning business helping families across Australia.
“It became part of my life plan as it unfolded and it’s driven by passion, not a desire to make money.”
This post was co-authored by Vashti Broos. Vashti is currently completing a journalism internship at HerBusiness. She studies Marketing & Public Relations / Communications and Media (Journalism) at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney.