Business Chicks Presents
A B Corp certified snack brand, a clothing business waging war on waste, and a gut-loving beauty brand; our next guests ignored the naysayers and founded pioneering businesses.
But how did they actually do it? Join us for an hour (free for our Premium members) with Whole Kids’ Monica Meldrum, GlamCorner’s Audrey Khaing-Jones and The Beauty Chef’s Carla Oates who all promise to get real on what it takes to create a profitable business.
We’ll go back to the beginning and pull out all the lessons they’ve learnt along the way from start-up to scale-up. Tune in live and bring your questions (and your snacks) or catch up later at your own pace. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from three women who want to share with you.
MEET THE PANEL
Audrey is the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of GlamCorner, an online fashion rental business that is waging a war on fashion waste by providing a smarter and more sustainable alternative that is better for the community and the environment. Founded in 2012 to solve the eternal, “I’ve got nothing to wear” crisis, GlamCorner’s community has shared over 500 tonnes of clothing to date.
After an extensive corporate career, Monica founded Whole Kids, Australia’s largest range of organic, plant based, allergen friendly and additive free snacks for kids. As Australia’s first food company to be B Corporation certified, their proceeds fund kids’ health and environment projects around the world. In 2018 in partnership with Plan International they delivered 500,000 nutritious meals to 580 schools across 4 provinces in Cambodia as part of Plan International’s World Food Program.
Carla created The Beauty Chef in 2009 after healing her family’s skin issues and discovering that beautiful, glowing skin begins with a healthy gut. She pioneered the ingestible beauty category with her first product, GLOW, and her ‘beauty from the inside out’ philosophy. The Beauty Chef now stocks 10 inner beauty products and two outer beauty products.
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