Financy is all about doing finance a bit fancy for women who want more now.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman is an entrepreneur and journalist who is renowned for her longstanding career covering financial and business news for some of Australia’s largest media companies. Her work has enriched publications – such as the Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age; as well as digital programs – including Channel Nine’s Financial Review Sunday program, Fairfax Digital, ABC Radio, ABC’s Stateline, Sky News, Channel Seven, The Weather Channel, WIN News and the Finance News Network in Sydney.
An unbridled commitment to generating awareness, engagement and inspiration are the foundation of Bianca’s approach to news reporting.
Bianca created Financy after the realization, while on maternity leave with her second daughter, that the traditional dull-lens applied to financial publications and content, was not empowering enough women towards financial independence, nor did it resonate deeply with the lifestyle pursuits of all women. Financy corrects this communication challenge through the delivering of personal finance content that taps into the female psyche, connecting women with their goals, and uses tools of entertainment, engagement, education and style to inspire women to live their best life.
Bianca holds a Communications Degree, Masters Degree in Journalism and Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance.
For more than sixteen years, Tanyika Fraser has been creating and collaborating with brands, driven by the idea that empathy and distinction in design matter most.
Her innate ability to find solutions that help guide, create culture and change, along with her sense of style have been the trademark of her work with some of Australia’s most recognisable brands—including Aztec Rose, Berlei, Bloch, BigW, Cleo Magazine, Davenport, W.Lane and Victoria Bitter.
An award winning designer with successes both nationally and internationally, her work now continues with Financy, a groundbreaking magazine and community dedicated to helping women achieve their financial goals and improve their economic futures.
Through her own brand design platform, Tanyika has helped create unique home, fashion and lifestyle brands for a multitude of inspiring Australian entrepreneurial entities —such as Activeskin, Sensora, Blush Lingerie & Swimwear, Havig & Jackson, Kingston Foreshore and Smith + Freeman Architects.
Ever inquisitive, she holds qualifications in Fashion as well as a Masters degree in Design and is currently completing a Masters degree in Urban & Regional Planning to entertain her interests in the humanities.