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A Friend of Mine by OAK Magazine

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A Friend of Mine is a series of conversations with some incredible and inspiring women in business from regional and rural Australia. Whether you’re starting out in business and wondering how to go from side hustle to full time or you’re looking for ways to expand on what you’ve already established, A Friend of Mine will take a deep dive into the nitty gritty to help you along your journey. Let us... more

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Welcome to your weekly news wrap up for regional women in Australia. It's Friday 29 March 2024. more

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This is our most downloaded episode this year. First published on our podcast She Makes News, this is an extended interview with host Kimberley Furness and Lottie Rae from The Studio - Trangie. Lottie recently sold the business and spoke to She Makes... more

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 65 ratings
  • Delightful Storytelling

    Love this podcast. Kimberley is a born podcaster! Beautiful to listen to and great questions to bring people’s stories to life. A podcast fav x

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    JennSocial
    Australia7 months ago
  • Essential listening

    This podcast always offers me exactly what I need exactly when I need it. It has become a go-to resource for inspiration, wisdom and reassurance about being in small business. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    BM Consultancy
    Australiaa year ago
  • Always worth a listen!

    I’ve learned a lot and found out about some fantastic projects, businesses and more through listening to this podcast. Definitely in my favourites.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Erika (Mac&Ernie)
    Australia2 years ago
  • Inspiring interesting & informative podcast

    By women - for women. As you’d expect, this podcast is wonderful. Real women, real businesses and the ethos behind this podcast is just so true & inspiring. Creating an economy for women & regional / rural small business is so needed.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    rosephotography
    Australia2 years ago
  • So inspiring

    Such inspiration women, fantastic tips and things to remember when navigating your way through the early days of a small business and beyond.

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    5
    susan_lou
    Australia3 years ago

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