Does “making it” exist? As our ambitions change, is there ever really a moment where we can say “I’m finished”?
What does it mean to “Make It”, is a compelling discussion between Australian innovators sharing stories of success, set backs, and what it takes to thrive in businesses today.
Hosted by entrepreneur Steph Claire Smith, and joined by First Nations Artist Rachael Sarra, Artist and Beauty Creator Rowi Singh and Young Henry’s Dan Hampton. Together, they unpack the chapters of their journey: how we are never really ‘finished’ and how they thrive throughout the process.
Steph Claire Smith is an entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Keep It Cleaner. With a philosophy to empower society to be confident in their own skin, Steph has established and grown a number of businesses and has over 80 products stocked in major supermarkets.
Rachel Sarra is a multidisciplinary artist, designer and businesswoman. Rachael’s work often challenges and explores themes of society’s perception of what Aboriginal art and identity is.
Rowi Singh is a creative makeup artist and entrepreneur based on values of inclusivity, creativity and self-expression.
Dan Hampton is co-owner and Director of Young Henrys Brewing, after 20 years in hospitality and an integral part of the birth and growth of Young Henrys Brewing, Dan knows his way around a beer and a brand.
This event will also announce the winners of the first-ever Squarespace Australia Make it Awards.