The Women’s Collective


As always, lots of exciting things are happening in Canberra. One of the most exciting things to happen this weekend is the launch of The Women’s Collective website and online directory.

The Women’s Collective is a kick-ass community made up of women who are either in business or have a dream of starting one. Until now the Collective has created a place where entrepreneurs and professionals can collaborate, exchange knowledge and celebrate success through its social media channels and events. However, after the launch of a brand spanking new site, this vision can now been shared with a wider audience and in a new way.

The centerpiece of the site is a directory of local business babes each excelling in their field. The directory is broken into categories full of individuals and businesses ready to connect and collaborate. If you are passionate about keeping it local, the directory functions as an excellent search tool for finding a local business to support.

The website is also home to an inspirational blog where local businesswomen share their experiences. It is important to the Collective that the content created is authentic and truthful, with writers candidly discussing what it takes and what is needed to be successful in whatever form that success is measured.

‘We want to create an environment both through seminars and online – where people can turn to get real world tools to help them in their business. The amazing little world they are creating around their life and business. Because lets be honest they are one in the same. We are a resource pool, a touch point and a collective of people to lean on and learn from.’ – TWC


What are you waiting for? Hop online and explore the The Women’s Collective.


Visit the new Website

Emma Batchelor

Emma Batchelor

As well as a near obsessive interest in fashion, Emma is a former scientist, occasional contemporary dancer, avid reader and self-confessed cat lady (she has three). Emma lived in Leiden in the Netherlands as a baby and Leiden ought to have been her middle name had her mother thought of it at the time and not chosen Louise instead.

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