Carnegie is a leader for today
Maile Carnegie has taken up the role of Google head of operations for Australia and New Zealand, making her one of the most powerful women in the country (see our story News Extra).
LG Electronics is offering consumers an Eftpos card valued up to $150 with the purchase of a selected LG SmartWasher washing machine until June 23 2013.
Sunbeam Café Series Toaster
The sleek and modern design of the Sunbeam Café Series 4-slice Toaster TA9400 complements its performance. Designed with 2400 watt replaceable elements and supported with a five year guarantee, this toaster is built to last.
Breville Citrus Press
Since citrus fruits come in all shapes and sizes, this Breville Citrus Press is designed to maximise juice yield from all types of citrus.
Google has announced a new head of operations for Australia and New Zealand, naming Maile Carnegie to replace Nick Leeder, who moved to take up the role of country leader in France.
With winter just around the corner, Sustainability Victoria CEO, Stan Krpan, has provided some simple steps consumers can take to stay warm and reduce heating costs.
Tech-savvy Australians are becoming increasingly complacent towards the digital footprint they leave behind, according to new research released by PayPal Australia. Over half, or 55%, of all respondents say they were unsure how many websites hold their personal information. Meanwhile, almost a third, or 32% have said they were unsure how to recognise a scam or a risky website.
The Gillard government has backed women to the hilt in this year's budget by allocating $4.3 million in funding over five years for its BoardLinks program, which was set up in November last year.
Despite the delightful prospect of having a coffee machine embedded into the console of your SUV, this won't be happening anytime soon as recent figures reveal that more than 1, 000 people are predicted to die or seriously injured on Victorian roads in the next five years, due to driver distraction.
There are a lot of warnings around security when being online, and it all seems so confusing. Can you suggest some simple ways toward online security?
Technology expert and founder of leading website for women www.connectedwomen.net.au Claire Moffat, will deliver a game changing presentation in June when she talks about the worlds largest economy: Women. Claire will detail their spending power and why they are rejecting brands and companies which don't meet their needs. Join Claire as she provides you with simple techniques on how to attract and retain female customers in your business.
Join us and find out how one of world's leading retailers increased sales by $4billion, just by changing from a gender neutral culture to a gender specific one.
When Thursday,6 June 2013, 5.30-7.00pm
Where Level 26,44 Market Street, Sydney NSW 2000
RSVP Sofia Halvardsson
T 029089 8900
Cheryl works for a not-for-profit social enterprise, The Big Issue Australia, that began in 1996. The Big Issue develops solutions to help homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged people positively change their lives. The social enterprises include The Big Issue magazine, the Women's Subscription Enterprise and The Big Issue Classroom. It also runs the Community Street Soccer Program and this year introduced The Big Idea national competition for university students.