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Season five of Next Generation Innovators is hosted by Future Women's Chief Commercial Officer, Alicia Stephenson.

Join us as we tap into stories behind some of Australia’s most impressive entrepreneurs and how they’ve scaled their ideas into successful businesses.

So whether you’re in business, own one or dream of doing it yourself, these conversations will guide you through the ups and downs of start-ups – from ideation and development to investment and scale.

This season is proudly brought to you by AusIndustry's Entrepreneurs' Programme.

Next Generation Innovators Podcast Future Women

    • Business
    • 4.6 • 285 Ratings

Season five of Next Generation Innovators is hosted by Future Women's Chief Commercial Officer, Alicia Stephenson.

Join us as we tap into stories behind some of Australia’s most impressive entrepreneurs and how they’ve scaled their ideas into successful businesses.

So whether you’re in business, own one or dream of doing it yourself, these conversations will guide you through the ups and downs of start-ups – from ideation and development to investment and scale.

This season is proudly brought to you by AusIndustry's Entrepreneurs' Programme.

    A new podcast for women who are told they’re “too much”.

    A new podcast for women who are told they’re “too much”.

    Ask any woman and she’ll tell you about a time when she was too something. At work, women are suffocated by stereotypes about who we should be and how we should behave.

    In FW’s new podcast, Too Much, join Helen McCabe as she speaks with high-achieving women who bucked trends, disrupted systems and refused to quit. Women who built careers by forging their own paths.

    Episodes drop weekly.


    Listen now on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts by searching 'Too Much by Future Women' 
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    • 1 min
    Introducing There's No Place Like Home season two

    Introducing There's No Place Like Home season two

    When it comes to domestic and family violence, it’s easy to feel helpless. But did you know that more than half of family violence victim-survivors open up to family and friends for help first?*

    Whether you’re worried about your own relationship, or you’re a friend, family member or a colleague - knowing subtle signs and red flags can make a big difference.

    Episode 1 of There’s No Place Like Home season two is now live. Episodes drop weekly.


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    If you have experienced or at risk of domestic and family violence and/or sexual assault, you can call the national counselling service 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732). In an emergency, or if you are not feeling safe, always call the police on 000.

     

    There’s No Place Like Home is a Future Women podcast in collaboration with our proud partner, Commonwealth Bank, who are committed to helping end financial abuse through CommBank Next Chapter. No matter who you bank with, if you’re worried about your finances because of domestic and family violence, you can contact CommBank’s Next Chapter Team on 1800 222 387 within Australia or visit commbank.com.au/nextchapter.

    *Source: ANROWS. (2022). Transforming responses to intimate partner and sexual violence: Listening to the voices of victims, perpetrators, and services.
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    • 3 min
    Introducing 'There's No Place Like Home' from Future Women

    Introducing 'There's No Place Like Home' from Future Women

    Putting survivors of violence at the centre of the story.

    • 3 min
    Anonymous Was a Woman is back with Season 4

    Anonymous Was a Woman is back with Season 4

    Jamila and Astrid are back with more book chats and recommendations.

    • 1 min
    Rowena Leslie from Kai Rho Contracting

    Rowena Leslie from Kai Rho Contracting

    Rowena speaks about the advent of Kai Rho Contracting and how they keep it “local, Aboriginal and experienced”.

    • 30 min
    A rapid fire questions round with Yume Food's Katy Barfield

    A rapid fire questions round with Yume Food's Katy Barfield

    We bring Yume Food founder Katy Barfield back to answer ten of our burning questions.

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
285 Ratings

285 Ratings

salamisalsa ,

Great business tips

I’d been thinking about trying to expand my business for a while pre-covid but wasn’t sure how to go about it. So many useful tips and lessons here.

Oddie001 ,

Love the easy conversation and lessons

Love to hear about these great women that aren’t always profiled in media. With a new host you have more business related questions which has been good to listen to.

Y0lan7a ,

Fantastic

Great podcast with lots of varied and interesting guests.

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