What does International Women’s Day mean to you as a female founder?
I see it as a moment to stop and to take note of all that women have achieved in the last year, and the years before that. To see how far we have truly come over the decades. We are all moving forward at such a pace, to slow down as see just how much we have achieved as a gender is incredible. And that should be celebrated.
In what ways are you working to amplify women's voices and stories, who may not have the same platform or opportunities?
One of the things I love to do most is to assist other woman, in particular, budding female entrepreneurs.
It’s wonderful to watch how empowered they become once they feel a sense of confidence and this sense of strength IS the platform which encourages other woman.
Who is the wisest woman you know and what have you learned from her?
This will always be my mother. Who for as long as I can remember taught me to believe in me, which is a skill that has set me up for life.