Lessons from South Australia’s top female entrepreneurs

David Simmons – Business News Australia – 9 July 2018

It’s no secret that South Australia is fast becoming a hub for the most innovative and forward thinking startups in the country, but it’s the state’s female entrepreneurs that are really trying to change the world.

On the opening day of the South Australian Entrepreneurs Week 2018 four of SA’s brightest stars in the startup scene laid bare their secrets for success.

As part of the ‘Celebrating South Australia’s Female Founders’ panel Flavia Tata Nardini (co-founder & CEO of Fleet Space Technologies), Dr Michelle Perugini (co-founder & MD of Life Whisperer), Sarah Gun (founder & social enterprise director of GOGO Events & GOGO Labour Hire) and Louise Nobes (founder & CEO of InspiredBUY and KIK) spoke about what it means to be a woman in the world of a male-dominated entrepreneur scene.

For Flavia (pictured centre right), entrepreneurship wasn’t her first career choice. Having worked in the European Space Agency for a number of years, she migrated to Adelaide and found a part of the world devoid of any industry to work in. Read more