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Filipa Araujo is the Program Director for SheStarts. Prior to moving to Sydney, she worked with founders and startups in Europe, Africa, and Southeast Asia. She is a strong advocate for entrepreneurship as a development driver and loves to explore the topic. Learn more about Filipa below.  What inspires you about your role as SheStarts...
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BlueChilli Presents - a monthly meeting
2018 has also been a big year for BlueChilli. And the two person strong People Team here at BlueChilli have been busy too. Before starting at BlueChilli, I was just like the majority who believed the role of the “people team” at any company was to hire and fire, something I have since learned that...
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On the 29th of August, a few thousand humans gathered in Melbourne at the beautiful Royal Exhibition Building for #aah18. Above All Human is a biennial conference created by the legends at Startup Victoria. #aah18 is an innovation and technology conference that aims to drive change and solve big challenges humanity faces today. Startup Victoria...
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BlueChilli Team getting out and about
At BlueChilli, we have a fun monthly ritual called “Crew Roulette”. It’s as straightforward as the name suggests. Every single BlueChilli team member (Crew), is paired randomly (like Roulette), and encouraged to spend time together by going outside of the building #GOOB. GOOB: A little acronym with huge meaning #GOOBing (verb); to hang out, do...
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Author’s note: WordPress only provides for one author on a blog post, and it uses the last author to edit the story when it determines who to credit. But truthfully, a chunk of the credit for this blog post and all of the credit for the cool interactive infographic at the end of the article  goes to my coworker and...
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Last month, our team at BlueChilli won a “Merit Award” for innovation, recognising our work supporting startups across Australia. As we stood smiling for the cameras, certificate in hand, it dawned on me – “I thought merit was only for men!?!” At least that’s what our politicians keep telling us. On ABC’s Q&A last week,...
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