About the businesses
SoloCEO exists to support the many people working on their own to create businesses that truly support them and allow them to do more of what they love. Whether you are a solo business owner or a corporate employee looking for a profitable side-hustle, Kim will help you define your brand, build a strategy that works and automate the system so you can breathe, learn and grow.
Having run her own business in networking and mentoring for 16 years and prior to that, in roles that provided training, advocacy and support to other business owners, Kim has had a front row seat to see what works, which people succeed and what elements make the difference. Kim is absolutely passionate about unearthing your authentic driver, building a sustainable business or career that supports you and building the community around your brand.
Kim McGuinness is a trainer, speaker, writer and mentor determined to create as many connected and purposeful people, businesses and communities as possible. Until recently Kim ran Network Central, a business network and mentoring organisation for middle to senior managers and consultants which she founded in February 1999. Network Central was acquired by Women’s Agenda (Private Media Pty Ltd) in February 2015.
Prior to Network Central Kim headed up the Business Briefings and Events unit at Australian Business Ltd (NSW Business Chamber) and Business Sydney Newspaper. Kim is also one of Australia’s leading commentators on business, marketing and connection. She holds tertiary qualifications in marketing and training and is a keen student, recently completing studies in IT and nutrition. Kim is currently completing her Master of Marketing at RMIT.
Kim is a leading speaker at many conferences and events, is a regular MC, and has developed a number of training programs for both blue chip companies and small business. Kim is co-author of Network or Perish – Learn the Secrets of Master Networkers and is featured in Secrets of Inspiring Women Exposed, What My Favourite Teacher Taught Me and What I Wish I Knew About Motherhood. Kim was a finalist in the Sydney Business Review’s Businesswoman of the Year Award in 2003 and has been a regular nominee in the Telstra Businesswoman of the Year Award since 2004. Now, she is a married mother of two kids (and a very demanding dog) and lives a life filled with study, business and parenting.
Kim can mentor on
- Personal and business branding
- Digital Marketing
- Business Management
- Time management and balance
To win a mentoring session with Kim you must purchase a $4 ticket at this link. One $4 ticket is worth one entry. To enter twice, purchase two tickets and so on. The winner/s of the mentoring session will be drawn on Sept 25 at 10pm.
You can donate as many times as you like to one mentor to increase your chances of winning. You can also donate to as many different mentors as you like. All funds raised go to Share the Dignity.
Winners will be announced on the MM FB page and also emailed directly.