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Congrats to Women in Export Scholarship Winner Dalene Wray!

Dalene Wray, Managing Director of OBE Organic, an Australian company specializing in organic beef, wins the Women in Export Scholarship 

Ms. Wray has pioneered sustainability and disease management programs, aimed at boosting farmer productivity, improving animal health and welfare and reducing supply chain waste.

Her prize beyond the satisfaction of doing amazing work is that she will attend Harvard Business School’s Disruptive Innovation – Strategies for a Successful Enterprise course in Boston, Massachusetts.

Congrats to Ms. Wray.  We are very proud of you. To many more awards in the future!  What an impact you are making not just for women but for the farmers everywhere.

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Join us for our next WEGGinar™ 7/11/18 on “Intro to Cloud Computing and How It Can Benefit You,” presented by Jayger McGough Tomasino and Carly Kizorek, Technical Evangelists at IBM.  They will give you the scoop on cloud computing, convey how SMEs use it to grow, and even show a demo of IBM Watson services.  Register here.

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When It Comes To Exporting, Women Entrepreneurs Are Where The Action Is

Yabby Preparation At Cambinata Yabbies

Where’s all the action with exports? With women entrepreneurs. Women are becoming increasingly important among the world’s exporters because many women run small businesses.

In Australia, for example, women run one-third of all small businesses. If this trend continues, many new exporting businesses will be run by women entrepreneurs, or will have women in key positions.

In anticipation of more talent to come, Austrade has set up a Women in Export program. There are more than 19,000 women export executives in Australia, but there is plenty more talent out there.

The program encourages networking and mentoring among women exporters and business groups to raise awareness of Austrade programs such as the New Exporter Development Program and Export Market Development Grants.

Who are some of Australia’s biggest women entrepreneur exporters? Find out here.

Photo:  One of Australia’s powerful women entrepreneur exporters, Cambinata Yabbies.

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney


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