The 2018 Women in Media Awards are mere months away, which means we need your help with the Power List once again! So, if you’re a powerful, trailblazing, inspirational woman, we want you!Read More
It’s Back! B&T’s Women In Media Power List Nominees For 2018!
Sydney’s Biggest Photoshoot – Are you ready?
Sydney’s biggest photoshoot is upon us! – Yes you read correctly. This unique celebration of creativity is brought to you by Taryn Williams, Founder and CEO of theright.fit, Daniel Nortje and Stephen Hall from Carlotta Studios. As Sydney’s newest fully integrated and diverse studio facility, Carlotta has but one aim; to make life easier for …Read More
Myriad Speaker Spotlight | Taryn Williams
Taryn started her very first business WINK Models at the impressive age of 21 and never looked back. This phenomenal business woman is again taking the fashion and creative industry by storm, starting her second company The Right Fit in 2016.Read More
3 Questions To Ask Before You Use Influencer Marketing
With influencer marketing being as powerful as word-of-mouth it is important to consider if this could work for your brand. Theright.fit CEO and founder Taryn Williams provides a step-by-step guide to evaluate whether this style of promotion will work for your business. Businesses view influencer marketing favourably: 95% of brands see it as an effective …Read More
Successful female execs reveal their experiences of sexual harassment within the workplace
CEO/Founder of Theright.fit Taryn Williams: Mentor and Mentee talks
Mentor Taryn Williamsis the award-winning CEO and founder of theright.fit and Wink Models. She sits on the board of the Association for Data-driven Marketing & Advertising (ADMA) (Digital + Technology Collective) and has been recognised at numerous business awards.
Mentor: award-winning CEO, Taryn Williams.
Mentee Brooke Rudzis is the drive and creative force behind Sunday Minx, a proud Australian company that blends its love of bold colours and contemporary patterns with the highest quality Turkish cotton to deliver designer bath towels that feel as good as they look.Read More
The Right Fit CEO Taryn Williams Talks About Being A #GIRLBOSS
Taryn Williams and The Right Fit
From model to award winning entrepreneur and CEO of a tech company, Taryn Williams is not your average business owner. For Taryn, there’s no such thing as ‘nine to five’, but she loves every minute running WINK Models and online juggernaut, The Right Fit. She’s fierce, determined, strong and passionate, and she’s not shy when it comes to opening up about the trials and tribulations of launching a business as a woman in a male-dominated industry.Read More
Onyapreneur: Taryn Williams, Founder of WINK Models & theright.fit
Taryn Williams is a regular commentator on the tech industry, entrepreneurialism and business and sits on the Boards of Tech Sydney and the Digital + Technology Collective (formerly AIMIA). She has achieved numerous award recognitions including being named a Tech category winner of B&T Women in Media Awards, Finalist in the B&T Hot 30 under 30, SmartCompany 30 under 30, Australian Institute of Management and Women’s Agenda Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year.Read More
Here’s how many hours of sleep these Australian CEOs get each night
“I get around 6.5 hours sleep a night. I generally finish work at around 8pm, and get into bed around 10.30pm. In recent months I made a commitment to reading every day so I try to read for about 20-30min to unwind and think about something other than work! I have a rule of no technology in the bedroom, so no mobile phones or TV, and I have an old school analogue alarm clock to wake me up. Generally my alarm is set for 5.40am on the days I go to the gym, and 6am for the days I don’t train. I’m usually in the office by 7.30 am ready for another day.” – Taryn Williams