Anderson’s experience in the waste management industry helped her launch the company in 2007 and quickly transform it into one of the premiere recycling ventures in Australia.
That success has solidified Anderson’s position as a leading female entrepreneur, a level of accomplishment that she’s put to work in management roles elsewhere.
Tech Page One was fortunate enough to speak with Anderson at the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) conference in Istanbul about her career and the insights she’s learned along the way.
She shared stories about her failures and accomplishments, including “hiring right and firing fast” and leveraging the power of networks.
Our DWEN 2013 interview series last featured CQ fluency President Elisabete Miranda. Links to prior DWEN interviews can also be found on that story page.Tags: Business,Entrepreneurs,Green