Masters Series puts industry professionals in front of a room full of startups and entrepreneurs to share their experience and secrets to success. Every week we sit down at the feet of founders to learn from their adventures. Whether you’re running a small business or side-hustle, or you’re dreaming of that moment you can break free from the corporate world and be your own boss – in each episode you’ll pick up some valuable tips and tricks all wrapped up in a cracking yarn.
Louiza Nutt is an ICT professional who finds she is often the only woman in the room. As part of VIC ICT For Women, Louiza is helping businesses realise the benefits of a a diverse workforce – for both the business and the women involved.
Louiza and VIC ICT For Women Chair Chris Conway spoke at a brown bag session for Infosys Consulting on the challenges and benefits of increasing diversity. With a room full of male ICT professionals and many more listening in on the conference call, Louiza explained that the problem starts early in a woman’s life when she is only praised for successful outcomes – while men are praised for just having a go.
New frontiers in global competition and consumer law: Professor Caron Beaton-Wells is the Director of the online Global Competition and Consumer Law program at the University of Melbourne. Here she discusses the merits of the program as well as the 18-month ACCC inquiry into digital platforms.
We weren’t looking for a story on our holiday to New Zealand, but a story found us and trailed us all the way from Mt Taranaki in the north island to Anakiwa in the south where we discovered Outward Bound. Turns out there was more in us than we realised! This is how the story came together.