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To celebrate the launch of the 2021 Top 50 Small Business Leaders report, we are hosting a virtual celebration and would love for you to join us!

The report, sponsored by Snap, showcases the diversity and achievements of the small-business sector, highlighting the founders and leaders who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to create one of the two million plus small businesses that are integral to our economy.

Ginger & Smart co-founder, Genevieve Smart, will share insights of the fashion brand over the past two decades. We'll spotlight some of the small business leaders that made the list in this year's report.

Our MC Shura Taft and the team at Inside Small Business look forward to celebrating the achievements of all 50 of our winners! See you on the 25th August!
When
Wed, Aug 25, 2021 · 5:30 PM Sydney (GMT 10:00)
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Presenters
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GUEST SPEAKER: Genevieve Smart, Co-founder of Ginger & Smart
Genevieve has spent years at the design helm of some of Australia’s most successful fashion businesses. In 2002, Genevieve and sister Alexandra established Ginger & Smart. A brand for spirited women whose distinctive style is an expression of individuality. The label is also available at independent retailers throughout the globe.
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Shura Taft
Shura Taft is a Melbourne based host and presenter who has plied his trade across TV, Radio and countless live events for close to two decades. Getting his start in television at Channel 9 in 2006, he has spent 16 years working to entertain audiences across the country. As an MC he has worked for brands such as Samsung, Mercedes Benz, AAMI, Swisse, Isuzu and more and has hosted large scale events such as the Australian Open, Fashions on the Field, Big Bash Cricket, Hawthorn Football Club home games and many launches and balls. Shura's style is to bring class, fun, humour and professionalism to whatever event or show he is hosting.
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Tim Ladhams, Editor at Inside Small Business
Tim is responsible for all the content on the Inside Small Business website and in the quarterly magazine. He has come into journalism after a long career – including management roles – in hospitality, insurance and credit management, giving him significant insights into the way business works. His experience as a credit manager offered a first-hand experience of dealing with the issue that small-business owners repeatedly cite as their biggest challenge to staying afloat and prospering – getting paid by those to whom they have provided goods or services!
Tim now combines this business experience with a particular passion for start-ups and small businesses, a sector he is now fully immersed in and for which he is a passionate advocate. The highlight of his journalism career has been the enthusiasm with which every year’s Inside Small Business Top 50 Small Business Leaders Report has been received by the small-business communities around the country.