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Tess dropped out of uni at the age of 22, with zero degree, zero savings and zero experience.

Fast forward a few years and she's running the very successful Smack Bang Designs. Here's how she got there ...

6 tips for starting a business (even when you have no idea what you're doing)

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Hey Melbourne Business Chicks! We have a network night happening next week and we think you should probably be there.

We know there are a lot of you out there who want to come along but are perhaps too nervous to go in alone... All we can tell you is that once you're in, you'll join a whole team of women who are just like you and there for the exact same reason.

Go on, give it a go :)

Melbourne Business Chicks Professional Networking Night

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Dr Libby is no rookie in achieving health and happiness for women. Sheโ€™s an internationally acclaimed nutritional biochemist, author and speaker and thereโ€™s a reason Business Chicks members are constantly begging us to bring her back to our stage.

Weโ€™re thrilled to announce that Dr Libby will be joining us for a series of breakfast workshops in May. If you feel like you need to check-in on...
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Business Chicks breakfast workshop with Dr Libby Weaver

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In the US, companies founded by men received an average valuation of nearly $1.7 million, while companies founded by women received an average valuation of just over $781,000.

So what does it look like in Australia? Naomi Simson takes a look...

How female founders fare on Shark Tank Australia

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Dame Quentin Bryce knew she wanted to change the world when she was 16. Not a quiet achiever, she went on to work as an academic, a lawyer, a community and human rights advocate, a senior public officer, a university college principal, and a vice-regal representative in Queensland and Australia.

An extraordinary role model, and Australia's first female Governor General, Quentin Bryce hand...
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Business Chicks breakfast with Dame Quentin Bryce

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Dame Quentin Bryce knew she wanted to change the world when she was 16. Not a quiet achiever, she went on to work as an academic, a lawyer, a community and human rights advocate, a senior public officer, a university college principal, and a vice-regal representative in Queensland and Australia.

An extraordinary role model, and Australia's first female Governor General, Quentin Bryce hand...
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Business Chicks breakfast with Dame Quentin Bryce

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"Iceland will be the first country in the world to make employers prove they offer equal pay regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality or nationality."

Go Iceland!

In world first, Iceland to require firms to prove equal pay

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The statue was placed in front of Wall Street's famous 'charging bull' to draw attention to the the fact that companies with women at the top perform better financially.

Why statue of a fearless girl is staring down the 'Charging Bull'

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'Women are told to be confident. When we are confident, women are told we're a tad too assertive.'

12 of the best quotes from our International Womenโ€™s Day event.

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Inspirational women saying some pretty darn inspirational things.

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Today is our day. Stand up. Be bold. Be counted. Ask for that pay rise. Push for change. Back yourself for that promotion. Help a fellow woman in the workplace, because when we help each other step up, we all rise.

Why International Women's Day matters

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"Most of all, what I want for you always is to have hope. No matter what life presents, I want you to have enough love in your heart to always remain hopeful. Tomorrow is another day, my darling."

In a few weeks time, Business Chicks CEO Olivia Ruello will have her first child. Today, on International Women's Day, she writes a letter to her baby girl.

Dear Daughter ...

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"Success is also about having your head hit the pillow at night and knowing that youโ€™ve done your best, for yourself, and for others too."

5 self-made Aussie women share their incredible stories

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"Pushing back isnโ€™t about being pushy. Itโ€™s just owning your right to see things differently to others. "

The theme of this year's International Women's Day is Be Bold for Change. So, with that in mind here are some tips via our friend Margie Warrell

10 ways to live a little bolder

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"It's been shown that the more hours of tv a girl watches, the fewer options she thinks she has in life."