Businesses owned and operated by women are one of the fastest growing business segments. This national program supports more businesswomen to take their products and services to the world. The Women in Global Business program aims to increase female participation in international trade and deliver greater economic benefit and job creation. To women in business it offers a central source of information and resources, support and connection.
We invite you to join our network and refer us to your friends. Joining is free.
You are invited to attend
As part of its international engagement strategy WIGB is launching its first international chapter in Jakarta on 31 March 2015. WIGB is inviting women business owners and leaders in Indonesia and Australia to attend the official launch.
The event will include the official launch by dignitaries as well as a workshop.
• Official opening with Indonesian and Australian dignitaries and VIPs
• Showcase an Indonesian success story
• Presentations from five Indonesian and five Australian SME businesses on their export success
• Business matching between Indonesian and Australian women led businesses on the basis of industry sector and special interests.
• Ample networking
Advisors from Austrade, WIGB and the legal and finance sector will be available to consult with participants.
If you would like to showcase your business and attend this event email your interest here.
Registrations are now open for the Summer 2015 intake of WIGB Mentoring.
If you are unsure whether your business is ready for export complete this tool.
WIGB Mentoring aims to connect businesswomen with little or no international experience with businesswomen who already have substantial experience in international trade and investment.
Mentors and Mentees are welcome. A fee applies to register as a Mentee. Mentors volunteer their time.
To check your eligability for the program or register as a Mentor or Mentee or for more information click here
This scholarship has been named in honor of Beryl Wilson – who became a pioneer of Australian women in international business when posted to Austrade’s Los Angeles office in 1963, and then becoming Australia’s first female Trade Commissioner. Read more
WIGB members, who have been profiled as featured case studies in WIGB Lore, have practical knowledge that comes from first-hand experience in achieving substantial success in international business.Read their answers to 10 questions about their experiences.
Have a look at inspirational Australian women here