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Kate Dezarnaulds
NFP Director & Business Development Consultant
Berry, Australia

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Jo Burston

CEO | Inspiring Rare Birds

Sydney, Australia

"1 Million more women entrepreneurs by 2020 globally"

Generally thinking:

Business, Work & Strategy
Arts & Entertainment

My tags:


Very good at:
+ Encouraging entrepreneurial creativity
+ Nurturing entrepreneurial environments
+ Making complex simple

About me & my work:

I have had a high profile, hands-on involvement in the Contractor Management, payroll, migration and foreign on hire labor markets for the past 10 years.

Recent success is as Managing Director and Founder of Job Capital, listing in BRW Fast100 companies in 2010, 2011 and 2012, BRW Faststarters in 2010/ 2011. Job Capital was acknowledged as the fastest growth start up company in Australia in 2011 by StartupSmart and The Best Private Australian company under $100M by BRW in 2012.

I am passionate about building online businesses to replace process with disruptive technology, keeping products and service totally customer centric.

I am currently on the board of the exclusive global membership EO (Entrepreneurs Organisation) and was recognized in the top 50 female entrepreneurs in Australia in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and a finalist for 2012 EY Entrepreneur of the year awards.

Since founding Job Capital in 2006, I have grown the business into being a multi-million dollar enterprise with a reputation for exceptional service delivery. Along the way, Job Capital and I have garnered many awards for excellence, growth and innovation.

I am currently in the midst of launching my next project, my "true purpose in life". Rare Birds is an Australian based movement that aims to be the global hub of the women entrepreneurs space. With plans to go global, Rare Birds will consist of a series of books, an online community, tools to success, mentor programs, access to money and resources and a documentary featuring some of the most notable female identities in Australian business. With a heart to increase this population by 1 million by 2020, a platform where women can be open and honest about their trials and triumphs while exposing all women to that one empowering thought of, "If she can, I can".

My links:

Rare Birds | 1 Million more women entrepreneurs by 2020

Job Capital

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