Start Your Startup is an Entrepreneurship 101 one-day masterclass to give you the essentials in starting your business journey. The course is for women of all ages as part of The Warren Centre’s Inclusion² program to
Three Melbourne university researchers have analysed 10 million academic papers and contributing authors data to conclude that “your grandchildren may retire” before gender equality is reached in academic research. Prof Luke Holman said, “Topics with
Entrepreneurship 101 is a one-day masterclass designed to provide women with the essential information they need to begin their journey in entrepreneurship. This course has been uniquely designed to provide women of all ages and
“From inspiration at school through to developing the next entrepreneurial leaders in STEM, the Warren Centre’s Inclusion² program is designed increase young women’s participation and leadership in STEM. Partially funded under the Women in STEM
Don’t know where to start? Wondering who to go to with your next big idea? As part of International Women’s Day, Head Over Heels and Sydney School of Entrepreneurship are co-hosting Igniting Opportunity curated to inspire the next generation of
The world order is changing. As the ongoing mood of isolationism further turns America inwardly, the US looks backwards in its search to “make America great again”. How can Australia respond to this changing world order? On the technology and innovation front, the new Australia 2030 Prosperity Through Innovation Plan from Innovation and Science Australia promises additional fresh impetus for growth opportunities.
Greater participation promises a multi-billion dollar economic payoff for society. Australia’s female participation rate remains around 65%. This week the Ottawa government announced new financing support for female-led businesses among a number of economic initiatives.
The Warren Centre held its INCLUSION² – Entrepreneurship 101 One Day Masterclass event at University of Sydney Business School CBD Campus on Friday 23 February 2018. The Warren Centre’s first Entrepreneurship 101 was attended by
The worldwide gap in female participation in STEM studies is well known, but new research shows an unexpected result. Analysing international data sets reveals that countries with high levels of gender equality paradoxically have some
Following strong efforts to host Vogue Codes to promote female computer coding and to launch a “Women in Technology” campaign, Westpac announced this week that they have achieved a corporate target of 50% women in