Jac Bowie, founder of Business in Heels.

Mum in Business: Jac Bowie

Jac Bowie is the founder of Business in Heels, one of the fastest growing women’s networking events in Australia. She shares her story, including how she juggles work with a young family, and ways to work smarter.

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Kristy Chong, managing director of Modibodi Underwear, with her sons Lucas, 6, Jason, 4, and Isaac, 6 months.

Mum in business: Kristy Chong

Kristy Chong is the managing director of Australian-made Modibodi underwear and a mum to Lucas, 6, Jason, 4, and Isaac, 6 months. She shares her advice for other mums thinking about starting their own businesses.

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Starting your own business after baby

Setting up a work-from-home business while on maternity leave sounds like a dream way to bring in a bit of money, but do you have what it takes to make a business succeed?

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Jellaine Ross, mum of Ava, 13 months, has created a global enterprise by running her business in a smart, efficient way.

Mum in business: Jellaine Ross

Jellaine Ross is the entrepreneur behind beauty and fashion brand Cherry Blooms. She founded the business in 2008 and is now expecting a $3 million turnover in 2014.

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Deanna Fei and her daughter: "Yes, we had a premmie in intensive care. This was certainly not our intention."

Mum speaks out: 'My baby and AOL's bottom line'

Tim Armstrong, the chief executive officer of AOL, landed himself in a media storm when he held a meeting to explain why he was cutting employees' retirement benefits. He pointed the finger at an unlikely target: babies. Specifically, my baby.

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