Emma has always been an entrepreneur at heart from the age of a small child. She use to make things to sell at school or charge people for preforming services for them, including brushing her mum’s hair.
Emma has always had a fascination with money and numbers, so it is no wonder that she ended up in business. She was able to get her first business working for her so that she had time, flexibility and income.
With two successful business behind her, in 2016 Emma founded a social enterprise leadership program that helps give back to underprivileged women.
Emma has been 1 of 3 Finalist is Young Business Person of the Year early on in her career and In 2015 was placed in the top 50 of Anthill’s top Entrepreneurs under 30 in Australia.