From increasing Australia’s GDP and the economy to making our communities safer and healthier, equity is beneficial to all Australians. This category is for small and medium-sized businesses actively challenging exclusion and inequality to create meaningful and lasting equity for women.
If you’re achieving one or more of the following Category examples, consider nominating and entering your business for this Award.
For businesses who have developed and put internal initiatives in place focussed on progressing and supporting women.
For businesses actively challenging stereotypes by reshaping traditionally male-dominated industries or roles.
For businesses with a core offering built on providing products or services that support and help women.
For businesses passionately working to keep women employed or helping women to re-enter the work force at any stage of their life.
For businesses advocating for women by having measures in place to provide career pathways to leadership positions for women.
For businesses offering training and education for women aspiring to work, or working in male dominated fields to reduce the skills gap.
For businesses resolutely fighting for, or offering equal pay and work opportunities for women.
She’s A Crowd makes cities safer for women and gender-diverse people. By collecting and mapping crowdsourced data about women’s unsafe experiences, She’s A Crowd aims to address unsafe areas in city planning and close the gender data gap.
RD Consulting is a communications and change management consultancy that believes in better. Experts at enhancing communication, RD Consulting services diverse clients across government, private and non-profit sectors.
House Inspect Australia's vision is to become leaders in the building inspection industry with a core focus on addressing the gender gap and being a champion for women in the industries they operate in.
Circle In helps businesses care for carers. It is an intuitive and personalised platform supporting working parents and carers – giving employees and managers access to workflows, guides for conversations, and a community.
To enter, the following set of eligibility criteria that must be met. Each category also has specific criteria requirements too. If you have any questions about these conditions or eligibility please contact us.
Nominations for the 2023 program have now closed, but don't worry - we accept nominations all year round, so you can always nominate for the next program.
15 November – 18 November
If your Pitch Pack entry is successful, you will proceed to Q&A. Click below for details on category information, selection criteria and eligibility.
28 November 2022
Entrants who are successful in Q&A will move on to compete at a State Level. Click below for details on category information, selection criteria and eligibility.