Video interview: York Butter Factory’s female start-ups – part one

In September 2012, I visited the York Butter Factory co-working space in Melbourne.


While I was there, I met four incredibly smart, passionate and driven women there who are changing the world from a basement in Melbourne.


This video is part one of a series of three videos discussing the advantages of joining a co-working space, the start-up challenges these four women have overcome so far and the financial challenge of having no income for a long period of time.


Women as Entrepreneurs is proud to introduce Alison Hardacre from Health Kit, Richenda Vermeulen from ntegrity, Nicola Gracie from Fit Integrate and Demi Markogiannaki from We Teach Me.


Enjoy the video!


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