The story behind the Genderbuzz® brand

Natasha Stromberg, Founder Genderbuzz
was officially launched as a brand in July 2016, but our CEO and Founder, Natasha Stromberg has been passionate about gender equality for years - she just wasn't sure how to turn her thoughts into a BUSINESS. In this interview with Kameleon Marketing she talks about her journey from her initial idea to creating a...

Mums worry about ‘colour-coding’ for their sons

colour coding sons
We hear a lot about how gender stereotyping affects girls but LESS about how gender stereotyping affects boys, and particularly young boys. From the clothes that they wear, to the toys that they play with, boys are told from a young age that 'Pink is for girls' and that certain toys are 'girly'. In...

McKinsey ‘Women in the Workplace’ Report

Women in the Workplace
LeanIn.org and McKinsey Group have published their 2016 'Women in the Workplace' report looking at how women advance in corporate America. LeanIn.org is at the forefront of the workplace gender equality movement and their report makes for interesting reading for both company executives and female employees. Here at Genderbuzz®, we know you're interested in reading...

Why our HOMES are the 21st Century Business Hubs

Home Business Hub
The rise and rise of the high-tech Home Business Hub, and the entrepreneurial family - by Linzi Boyd It is interesting to see how the world has shifted. Is it plausible that the Mums of today are the first generation of women who are, in more ways than one, running the household? The old-fashioned phrase...

Who was Rosie the Riveter?

Rosie the Riveter
How did a woman who became known as “Rosie the Riveter,” wearing a red-spotted headscarf and blue denim work shirt, declaring “We Can Do It!” become a feminist icon for generations of American women? Today she has a museum named after her - the Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park, in Richmond, California,...