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Founder & Director / Prene Bags
At only 24 years of age, Tammy Green has a multi-million dollar business, and her product is stocked in over 400 stores globally. Yes, you read that correctly, globally. But, this isn’t a story about her brand Prene Bags.
I'm Buzzing, The Cool Career is SO inspiring.
I seriously love what you have built and are continuing to grow. I really love the mission of what you do but also your branding is freaking amazing too!
First up I’m SUPER PUMPED to be here jamming with you guys on all things career related! Finding your passion and making a career round it are things that I’m super passionate about so I love the work that Kura is doing with The Cool Career!
My hat goes off to you, you legend! What a fantastic resource you have created for our future female generation! Thanks for making this world a richer place.
I totally agree that there needs to be more resources available to teenage girls and talking to a few myself I have seen the stress and pressure they feel during their final year exams, they have this preconceived idea that their final year scores will determine the success they achieve for the rest of their adult lives, it's crazy!
Founder / Tribe Skincare
Here are two truths, Kayla Houlihan is one incredibly smart skin wizard, and, she also has the most energising career story that I have had the privilege to curate. A former beauty therapist from Geelong, Kayla founded cruelty-free brand Tribe Skincare two years ago, and has seen her business enjoy a dazzling trajectory and notoriety since it’s inception.
Creative Director & Founder / S/W/F
Desiree Deravi hasn’t looked back since founding her eponymous label at the age of 30. Having dressed the likes of style icons and influences alike, Desiree designs for strong women. Her collection reflects pieces that are effortless to wear, striking and dam right beautiful, but she didn’t start out doing fashion…
As the daughter of two banker parents who instilled creativity and curiosity in their daughter, you could say a seed was planted early on that, one day, Lucia Pang would work on her own terms.