Inspiring case studies of high achieving women in regional Australia
'HEAR THEM ROAR' video series
Women in Business Wagga Wagga has secured funding to create a series of videos celebrating the success of business women in regional Australia. The videos will shine a light on the professional excellence and accomplishments of those achieving success in regional Australia.
Covering a range of industries and professions, the series will illustrate the many dimensions of regional living, highlight the inspiring milestones which have already been achieved and provide a roadmap for future entrepreneurs by demonstrating what’s possible in this great regional city.
The purpose of the ‘Hear Them Roar’ video series is to:
Celebrate the success of women who have achieved outstanding outcomes while living and working in regional Australia
Positively influence perceptions around the type of career and lifestyle people can enjoy in regional Australia
Inspire people living and working in regional Australia to believe that they can achieve successful outcomes that are equal to (or surpass) that of their urban counterparts
Encourage more people living in urban centres to consider living and working in regional Australia
Encourage government and business to prioritise the needs of regional Australia in planning and allocation of funding
Promote regional Australia as an ideal place to locate a business or government department
Emphasise the benefits that regional business have enjoyed as a result of advances in technology and improved transport options for accessing urban centres
Promote the Riverina region as a desirable place to live and work
Women in Business Wagga Wagga has been staggered by the number of high quality nominations received for the Hear Them Roar series.
Initially, the initiative was to create 10 videos, but due to the high calibre of nominations, we have decided to fund the production of a further four videos. Our thanks to Commins Hendriks who has agreed to sponsor the 15th video in the series.
The other candidates have had similar responses to their announcements which is great and aligns with the objectives of the initiative.
Distribution of completed videos
Each video segment will run for 5-20 minutes, depending on the available content. The videos will be promoted and available for viewing through social media, industry websites, cinemas, schools, and other learning institutions. Participants in the series will be required to sign a release form providing Women in Business Wagga with permission to use the videos in line with the objectives of the project.
You can view the videos below
Our sincere thanks to Adam Drummond and the rest of the brilliant team at WaggaTV and Mayfly Media for partnering with Women in Business Wagga to develop this series. The project would not be possible without the support of our sponsors Agrifutures Australia, Wagga Wagga City Council, Commonwealth Bank, Commins Hendriks, ICG Construction Group, Bush & Campbell Accountants, NRMA and the NSW Government.