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ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020

Cricket Australia and International Women's Day (IWD) are teaming up to call on sporting clubs and communities around the world to continue to create gender balance.

When equality exists in sport, gender equality is more likely to prevail in communities overall.

When women are recognised and treated as equals in sport – both on and off the field – this momentum fuels wider change.

Conversely, when women in sport are treated differently to male counterparts, this imbalance is increasingly noticed, and rightly called out.

An amazing world record is in sight

Change can come in many forms. Some change is gradual – incremental gains achieved over time.

At other times however, change can be big, and happen in an instant. For cricket in Australia, a moment like that will occur on International Women’s Day in 2020.

The 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup Final will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Australia on Sunday March 8 - International Women's Day 2020. This match has equal billing to the men's final, which will be played at the same ground in November 2020.

With 100,024 seating, the MCG is the world's largest cricket ground by capacity so the countdown is on to break the world record for the highest ever attendance for a standalone women's sporting event worldwide.

This exciting challenge presents an opportunity to change women's equality in sport - and wider afield - forever. Will you support the vision?

Call a Business angel

Practical Funding and Commerical Advice for Start-Ups, SMEs and Innovators, Dr Eileen Doyle

Call a Business Angel by Dr Eileen Doyle delivers a concise and clear overview of the key business tools start-ups and SMEs need to understand and implement to give them the best chance of building a successful business.

What topics does the book cover?

Innovation ecosystem

Call a Business Angelprovides an overview of how the start-up and innovation system works in Australia, where and how to source business and financial support and what early-stage investors are looking for.

Making a great pitch

Study the ten key messages you need to give i your pitch to an angel investor

Case studies

Read the informative case studies in the Founders own words

Business basics

The toolkits dive deep into the five key tools a start-up or new business needs to propel itself successfully from idea through to development, growth and success. Follow these five basics and you’ll be way ahead of the pack!


In Call a Business Angel, Dr Eileen Doyle explores the personal skills and insights you need to lead your start-up or new business to success. To lead others you need to know yourself, your business and the market.

About Eileen Doyle- Author

Eileen-Doyle.jpgDr Eileen Doyle has had an extensive career working in large corporations in both management and board roles. Eileen has been a board member of the CSIRO for 10 years, and she holds several board positions on ASX-listed companies including BoralOil SearchGPT Group and she is a board member of Hunter Angels Trust.

Eileen is also a serial angel investor and brings her insights and knowledge to start-ups and small companies to help them through the idea to commercial innovation journey. Read more