OAK Magazine founder and editor Kimberley Furness takes us behind the scenes of her incredible journey as this year's AgriFutures Rural Women's Award state (VIC) winner and national runner-up. A big thank you to guest host Erin Auld, a former breakfast radio announcer, OAK contributor and long time friend.
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ABOUT OAK MAGAZINEThis episode was hosted by Kimberley Furness, founder + editor of OAK Magazine. OAK Magazine is a proudly independent print publication dedicated to sharing stories and amplifying voices of female entrepreneurs and women in business in regional and rural Australia. Founded in Bendigo, this quarterly publication is filled with expertise, insights and small business guidance from driven, inspiring and successful local women.
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