With a deep passion for nature and sustainability and having studied ecology and seen the impacts of plastics on ecosystems, Laura set out to make her own eco-friendly food wraps.
In 2017, during her maternity leave with a newborn and toddler in tow, Laura launched her business, Little Bumble, using an all-natural formula that produces premium wraps while looking good at the same time.
See how this mother turned a problem into a successful Australian business and her tips for starting out as a business owner!
Co-Founder of Deadly Wear, Hollie is a proud Gunaikurnai and Monero Ngarigo woman working on her grandparents' Country.
Hollie is a Photography Graduate of RMIT and has worked in the education sector within the Latrobe Valley area for the past 10 years. Hollie is passionate about incorporating the true history of this land and the immensity of the rich culture of First Nations people.
Hollie wants to do her part to create a better understanding for others and to showcase and support her culture.
Liz is a proud organic vegetable and fruit farmer of more than 38 years, with a background in sustainable agriculture, industry development, education and natural resource management.
Liz has served on numerous industry, community and statutory authority boards, including spending eight years as Chair of the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority and seven years on the World Board of International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements.
Leanne is the CEO of Myli-My Community Library where she leads a transformation program across culture and technology, strengthening the community and ensuring the sustainability of the organisation.
Leanne is an incredible leader with a passion for growing and inspiring the next generation of leaders.