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Business Chicks presents Career Files: The E-Commerce Panel


Thursday 24 February 12:00pm-1:00pm AEDT (And available for four weeks after for ticket holders)


Free for members | $24.95 for non-members

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Business Chicks Presents

It’s debated as to what the first thing sold on the internet was.

Some say it was pizza, others argue it was pot.

Whatever it was, it paved the way to what has been predicted to be an industry worth over $40 billion by 2024- in Australia alone.

Join us for our latest Career Files: Ecommerce and learn from the big guns in the industry.

Our panel will consist of the CEO of Adore Beauty, Tennealle O’Shannessy, Decjuba’s COO Audrey Nania, and Barb de Corti, Founder & CEO ENJO Australia, so you won’t want to miss out on this one!

Meet the panel

Audrey Nania

Audrey started her career in Finance, but halfway through had realised she hadn’t quite found her calling. Jumping ship to DECJUBA HQ soon after, landed her the opportunity to join the Merchandise Planning team learning the ropes of back-end retail planning, operations and financials behind every product. Having recently stepped into the first COO role at Decjuba, Audrey is bringing her strong background in operations, and of course fashion to drive continued growth across all aspects at Decjuba.

Tennealle O’Shannessy

Tennealle joined Adore Beauty as their CEO in August 2020 bringing with her over 20 years of professional experience, including nine years with SEEK as Managing Director –Americas. Tennealle also held several strategy focused positions at SEEK including the start-up and scale of Online Education Services, which was awarded the 2015 BRW Fast 100 winners.

Barb de Corti

Barb de Corti is one of Australia’s most positive and formidable businesswomen. From humble beginnings in 1994 where she operated the business out of her home in Perth, she has grown the ENJO Australia business into a multi-million-dollar company. Passion for the product and its impact propelled Barb’s one-woman business into a household brand that is recognised Australia-wide.




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