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Season Three of Next Generation Innovators is hosted by Today Show’s Brooke Boney.

This season Brooke will tap into stories behind some of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs and how they’ve scaled their ideas into global 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 THE OUTNET, the ultimate fashion destination where you’ll find over 350 designer brands at up to 70% off. THE OUTNET is the place to go when you’re looking to build your wardrobe with designer pieces at exceptional prices.

Next Generation Innovators Podcast Future Women

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Season Three of Next Generation Innovators is hosted by Today Show’s Brooke Boney.

This season Brooke will tap into stories behind some of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs and how they’ve scaled their ideas into global 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 THE OUTNET, the ultimate fashion destination where you’ll find over 350 designer brands at up to 70% off. THE OUTNET is the place to go when you’re looking to build your wardrobe with designer pieces at exceptional prices.

    S3E1: The Way: Kellie Hush

    S3E1: The Way: Kellie Hush

    Kellie Hush surprised the industry when she resigned from what some have described as the best job in Australian media, Harper’s BAZAAR's Editor-in-Chief. Under Kellie’s six-year leadership, the magazine went from strength to strength, entering a new era of iconic covers and innovative features. Yet Kellie decided to back herself, depart the magazine, and went all in to launch new retail brand, The Way, alongside her own fashion consulting company. As Creative Director of The Way, Kellie created the brand from the ground up before surprising the industry again when she decided to exit the business. Here, Kellie shares her valuable advice on conquering the fashion industry, making hard choices and knowing when to take the leap.

    • 42 min
    S3Season 3 Trailer

    S3Season 3 Trailer

    Season 3 of Next Generation Innovators will begin on Monday, February 17. Hosted by Brooke Boney and presented by Future Women and THE OUTNET, Next Generation Innovators taps into the stories behind some of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs and how they’ve scaled their ideas into global businesses. While we gear up for season 3, let's revisit our favourite insights and learnings from season 2 with leading entrepreneurs Kit Willow (KITX), Sarah Davidson (Matcha Maiden), Claire Kimball (The Squiz) and Katherine McConnell (Brighte).

    • 6 min
    S2E8: HealthMatch: Manuri Gunawardena

    S2E8: HealthMatch: Manuri Gunawardena

    At only 26-years-old Manuri Gunawardena is set to revolutionise the way lifesaving treatments are tested. She’s featured on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, won the Australian version on Tech Crunch Startup Battlefield and she has backers from What’s App and Google. Gunawardena wants her startup HealthMatch to be the go-to platform to connect the sickest patients with potentially life saving trials, and she’s already raised millions of dollars with some of the industry’s heavyweights from Australia to the US.

    • 38 min
    S2E7: Flamingo AI: Dr Catriona Wallace

    S2E7: Flamingo AI: Dr Catriona Wallace

    According to Dr Catriona Wallace in five to ten years’ time AI could play a much bigger role in our lives. Wallace is the founder and executive director at Flamingo AI. The ASX listed company is a provider of Machine Learning based technologies.

    Dr Catriona Wallace has been recognised by the Australian Financial Review as the Most Influential Woman in Business & Entrepreneurship. Catriona has also achieved Advance Australia’s highest award in Technology & Innovation for Australians working abroad and recently won the FinTech Leader and Overall Excellence in Finance award by Women in Finance

    • 38 min
    S2E6: Matcha Maiden: Sarah Holloway

    S2E6: Matcha Maiden: Sarah Holloway

    When Sarah Holloway returned from a trip to Africa, she came back with more than memories of an Instagramable adventure. Within days of being home in Melbourne from the trip with her fiancé Nick Davidson, the 30-year-old then lawyer began drastically dropping weight. A few months later she crashed with adrenal fatigue.  Doctors to discover she had been suffering with a parasite for months.

    During her recovery Sarah took a work trip to Hong Kong where she discovered matcha green tea powder. Sarah and her partner Nick became hooked and decided to launch a social media-driven side hustle selling matcha powder, investing just $5000. Just six months after Matcha Maiden launched in 2015, US retailer Urban Outfitters placed a monthly, 3000-package order for six months (selling across their US stores) after discovering the brand on Instagram. Sarah took a leap of faith, and quit her job to focus on the booming business full-time. In 2016 the pair opened a vegan cafe Matcha Mylkbar in Melbourne, Matcha Mylkbar. Sarah has gone on to launch a podcast, Seize The Yay. 

    • 39 min
    S2E5: The Squiz: Claire Kimball

    S2E5: The Squiz: Claire Kimball

    Three years ago Claire Kimball quit her lucrative job in corporate affairs with Woolworths to start a business from her lounge room.

    Today, The Squiz employs three people…. is on its way to reaching 50 thousand subscribers...and was recently award newsletter of the year by Mumbrella 

    In addition The Squiz Today podcast, an eight minute news update released at 6 am each weekday, is consistently in the top 10 of Australian news podcasts. 

    With the tag line - your short-cut to being informed  The Squiz has become an important part of the day for tens of thousands of busy women and men.

    Before Woolworths Claire worked as an advisor to National Party MP Larry Anthony and she is also partially responsible for helping Tony Abbott become Prime Minister.

    Head to www.thesquiz.com.au to sign up. 

    • 1h 1m

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