Yasmin and her organisation are living proof that you can provide positive impact for people, planet and profit for purpose.
This month Sourdough Business Women presents Yasmin Grigaliunas. Yasmin describes herself as a ‘multipotentialite’ who has an innate passion to give and help others. Having worn many career hats as well as having made her way around Australia on a ‘Family Gap Year’ while still working full-time, her more recent passion saw her leave her lucrative salary to commit full-time to the ‘World’s Biggest Garage Sale’, a venture that started in 2013 as a way of spring cleaning a cluttered home while raising money for cancer research.
WBGS is now a start-up/scale-up business, designing solutions to commercialise the circular economy through the activation of dormant goods using the principles of recycle, repurpose, reuse and re-commerce.
Yasmin is also a SheEO Activator and was one of SheEO’s first Australian Ventures. And it’s not all business. With two teenage girls, Yasmin is committed to a healthy, active lifestyle, having also become a 2x Ironman Endurance Race finisher, achieving a top-four age group result.
Join us and be inspired by this ‘Little Engine that Could’.
About Yasmin Grigaliunas
Yasmin is an entrepreneur of impact, who loves people and has an innate passion to help others – it’s her native genius. She loves to win, but more importantly, she loves to see others win. She is currently CEO and Co-founder of the World’s Biggest Garage Sale (WBGS), and a circular economy pioneer in Australia, driving this industry forward by innovating, collaborating, connecting and mobilising multiple stakeholders towards a shared vision, all while providing social good.
Strongly aligned with SDG12, WBGS is focused on SDG implementation, action (‘the doing’) and multi-stakeholder partnerships for the achievement of all Sustainable Development Goals. Energetic, authentic and an expert of execution, Yas is a master at enrolling talent, communicating long-term vision, and inspiring people along the journey. Yas and her organisation are living proof that you can provide positive impact for people, planet and profit for purpose.
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4.00 – 5.30pm
I can help cover costs – $10
Cash flow is tight right now – $0
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