Women-led business accounts for less than 2 per cent of the supply chain for corporate Australia. Whose responsibility it is to change that?
Walking on a beach in South Africa not all that many years ago, Annalise Law was daydreaming of Richard Branson and guinea fowls.
Opening procurement processes through women-only supplier days can bring rapid positive change for companies.
Businesses that rely on stereotypes and fail to grasp the nuance in selling to a female audience are missing out, industry professionals warn.
What we see in film and on stage shapes the cultural lexicon, so who's responsibility is it to make sure we're being told authentic, inclusive stories, writes Claire Stewart.
Dealing with the responsibilities of childcare remains one of the biggest barriers to women participating fully in the workplace.