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May 2017 Portfolio Event

May 2017 Portfolio Event

Heads Over Heels regularly hold structured Portfolio events, where we invite female CEOs from high growth businesses to come and share about their business and present their 'Asks' to our 'Connectors'. We recently held our Portfolio Event for May 2017 and recorded the presentations from the night which...

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May Portfolio Speakers

Melbourne May Portfolio Event – Speakers Announced

Our first Melbourne Portfolio event is next week and we are appreciate all the tremendous support we have received. Guests will have the opportunity to see and hear from the following incredible female entrepreneurs: Renece Brewster from Data Creative – a technology platform that empowers businesses to...

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Women in Fintech at Stone and Chalk

Stone and Chalk lends voice to start ups by women

Fiona Boyd, CEO of Heads Over Heels was part of the panel for the Women in Fintech event held at Stone and Chalk. The panel discussion has taken off 🛫 @HeadsOvrHeels @Flare_HR @HashChing @brighteAU @startupmuster @jemmaenright @AlexScandurra #WomeninTech pic.twitter.com/CAdMfMy0cT — Stone & Chalk (@stoneandchalk) April 11, 2017   What's...

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Heads Over Heels in the Media

Some Media links mentioning Heads Over Heels: http://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/womens-online-network-to-be-a-one-stop-shop-connecting-female-entrepreneurs/ http://www.smartcompany.com.au/startupsmart/advice/leadership-advice/sydney-ranked-as-eighth-best-city-in-the-world-to-be-a-female-entrepreneur/ http://www.afr.com/brand/100women/how-a-pair-of-successful-businesswomen-helped-connect-others-in-proven-startups-20150804-gir61n http://www.smh.com.au/small-business/entrepreneur/australias-nine-most-influential-female-entrepreneurs-2017-20170224-gukte5.html http://www.afr.com/technology/introducing-australias-first-space-for-femaleled-tech-startups-20150319-1m31io http://aicd.companydirectors.com.au/membership/membership-update/empowering-female-entrepreneurship-for-future-prosperit        ...

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Female entrepreneurs create a rival to the boys club

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="620"] Natasha Rawlings from Heads Over Heels[/caption]   Female tech entrepreneurs and a celebrity baby bag designer are among the diverse group of women who have boosted their businesses through a Sydney network designed to rival "the boys club". That boost has included millions of dollars...

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