Rebecca Lovett wins Bronze at 2019 St.George Banking Group AusMumpreneur Awards

We are so excited to announce that our founder and creative director, Rebecca Lovett, won Bronze at the 2019 St. George Banking Group, AusMumpreneur Awards held last week. Rebecca won Bronze in the People’s Choice, Making A Difference Award.

These awards were held at White Night Receptions, Melbourne where talented mums in business from all over the country gathered to support and encourage other Australian mumpreneurs.


Rebecca was so excited to be recognised as the third place recipient in her category in the 2019 St. George Banking Group AusMumpreneur Awards against such an amazing talented group of women.


“As my first time at the Ausmumpreneur Awards, I am absolutely honoured and incredibly thankful for being nominated for the Making A Difference Award and for being recognised as the third place recipient. It was so great having met all of the incredible women at the Ausmumpreneur event. Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for me and for the Ausmumpreneur team for having me.” - Rebecca Lovett


AusMumpreneur was created to support Australian entrepreneurs like Rebecca and her fellow AusMumpreneur Award winners, Peace Mitchell, cofounder of AusMumpreneur said.


“These awards are all about recognising the growing number of mums who are achieving outstanding business success while balancing motherhood, “Peace adds.


The St. George Banking Group, which consists of St. George Bank, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA are proud to partner with AusMumpreneur to recognise Australia’s entrepreneurial women.


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“St. George Bank is keen to support Australian entrepreneurs like Rebecca and her fellow AusMumpreneur Award winners,” states Stuart Zalunardo.


“I was blown away by the entrepreneurial spirit of the award winners and am very confident that they will provide great inspiration for other mums considering starting their own business.”


This is the tenth year the St. George Banking Group AusMumpreneur Awards have run, with the business mum community growing at lightning speed as mothers look for opportunities to join the ranks of small business owners in search of more flexibility, financial freedom and family time.


AusMumpreneur Network co-founder Katy Garner exclaims: “The awards show the passion of women who want to fulfil their entrepreneurial dreams as well as be great mums.”


“The number of women starting businesses has continued to grow in the last 12 months! Of the 668,670 women operating a small business in Australia currently, a total of 47 per cent are mums with children at home.  We are thrilled to be the number one community for mumpreneurs and proud to showcase the best and the brightest each year through these awards.” 

Peace Mitchell concludes: “We are delighted that Rebecca Lovett has been recognised with this award, she has created an outstanding business and is an inspirational role model and ambassador for mums in business everywhere. We wish her and all our amazing Ausmumpreneur Award winners every success in the coming year.”