About Kylie

Kylie Travers went from homeless single mother on Centrelink to multiple international award-winning CEO in the space of 2 years, scroll down the page to read more about her. With years of marketing, blogging and social media experience, combined with founding, buying and selling multiple businesses she has extensive experience which she offers through a variety of services.

Speaker – Kylie is available to speak at any event on business, marketing, social media, blogging, homelessness, domestic violence, turning obstacles into opportunities and her personal experience of going from homeless single mother to multiple international award winning CEO. You can find out more about booking her to speak here or email admin@kylietravers.com.au.
Mentor – Kylie offers a limited number of clients one on one mentoring either in single sessions or in packages on business, social media, marketing, finances (such as helping you budget, find ways to make and save money, improve your finances etc.) or assistance in goal setting, turning your obstacles into opportunities and building a life you love. Find out more about her mentoring services here.
Marketing and PR – Kylie has worked with small business, not for profits, new companies, national and international governments creating marketing strategies, PR campaigns, providing training and marketing implementation for both traditional and social media. To find out more about marketing and PR services, click here.
Writing and Editing – Kylie is available for articles, blog posts, copywriting and editing anything from books to ads. Her work has been featured in national and international magazines, her blog posts picked up by TV and radio stations such as Sunrise and gotten extensive exposure for her clients. Find out more about writing and editing services here.
Ambassador, brand advocate, sponsorships and other advertising – if you would like Kylie to represent your brand, you can find some options here.

Kylie has personally overcome:
– Domestic violence resulting in homelessness
– Health issues including paralysis and a cancer scare
– Parenting special needs children
– Mental health issues including PND, Borderline Personality Disorder, anxiety, depression and ADHD

Despite facing great adversity, Kylie is grateful for her experiences and has used them to turn her life around, help others and live a life better than she ever imagined was possible. She founded a company and become a CEO, published 2 books with another on the way, won 3 Plutus Awards, was a finalist for Young Australian of the Year and many more awards. If you are looking for a speaker, mentor or freelance writer on any of these topics, get in touch or read on for more information.

Speaker
If you are looking for an inspiring speaker who provides practical advice in her presentations to help people turn obstacles into opportunities, mixed with her own experience of going from homeless to CEO, Kylie covers it all – domestic violence, homelessness, business advice, goal setting, travel, ways to make and save money, thriving as a single mother, social media, blogging and her personal experiences with all of these topics.
As a speaker, Kylie has spoken at numerous events from small networking groups through to events at Parliament House and Darling Harbour. Having gone from being single mother on Centrelink to a multiple international award winning CEO, her story is compelling and offers practical advice to others. She has personal experience in domestic violence, homelessness, business, marketing, travel and finance. She is open about her life and speaks on a variety of topics.

Topics include:
– 101 ways to make and save money
– How to turn obstacles into opportunities
– Going from homeless to CEO
– Marketing on a shoestring budget
– 10 steps to success with goals
– How to make money blogging
– Anything to do with homelessness, business, travel or finance.

To book Kylie email admin@kylietravers.com.au or to find out more about her speaking head here

Below is a video from a very personal presentation revealing a little more than Kylie has before about her experience and domestic violence triggers for This Is Not A Wife Beater.

Mentoring
Kylie works with a select number of mentoring clients in specific areas, assisting you to get clarity, achieve goals, improve your business, maximise marketing and develop strategies you can implement to get where you want to be.

Testimonial from Kimmi of The Plastic Diaries.

“I just wanted to shoot through a quick thank you for all your amazing advice yesterday. As I knew I would, the overwhelming feeling has subsided quite a bit and it’s been replaced with excitement and eagerness. I have done the first two tasks and I’m trying to reign in the desire to go full speed ahead with everything on the list. I’m just very excited and keen to see how much I can grow – and I really feel like it’s possible now. Today I feel a goal becoming clearer and that is to turn over my business ideas.

So thank you! I’m very excited and I can’t wait for us to work together even more.”

Schedule a time to discuss your needs with Kylie now – admin@kylietravers.com.au or for more information, check out Kylie’s mentoring page.

Kylie is extremely passionate about helping others overcome their obstacles and turn them into opportunities to create the life they dream of. Because of this passion she has received and been nominated for many awards including:

  • Awarded The Plutus Foundation Service Award for 2015
  • Runner Up at Lifeline’s Rising Woman of Spirit 2015
  • Finalist Young Australian Of The Year, ACT, 2015
  • Finalist Rising Woman Of Spirit 2014
  • Finalist Community Hero 2013
  • Winner Best International Personal Finance Blog 2013
  • Winner Best International Personal Finance Blog 2012
  • Finalist Best International Personal Finance Blog 2011

If you would like to connect with Kylie you can do so via social media or email admin@kylietravers.com.au.

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5 thoughts on “About Kylie

  1. Kathie Thomas

    Amazing story at AVAC2017 this weekend. Thank you. It reminds us all that our past can be a reason for moving forward and that we should use it to propel us rather than hold us captive.

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  2. Carol Nunan

    This was inspirational to read, Kylie! I am fortunate not to have had your experience of homelessness or a broken marriage but I am living on the age pension (very limited) paying rent, living expenses, etc, and it’s often a struggle. I am a good writer, have a great deal of life and travel experience, a huge knowledge of food, cooking and nutrition and have often thought of blogging to try to earn some income but not sure where to start!
    Where can I hear you speak (I’m in Melbourne) or do you have publications I can buy? Thanks very much, Carol

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi Carol, thank you so much! The age pension is so limited, but it is great you are making it work. You should definitely give blogging a go. It can be a bit of a learning curve, but I love it. I have some tips on setting one up here http://thethriftyissue.com.au/blogging/

      As for speaking, at the moment most events are either private for corporates or business events. I can definitely let you know when I am speaking at something though. I often list them on my events page or promote them on my Facebook page.

      I don’t have any publications, but I have a free eBook guide with my top 10 tips and resources here http://www.kylietravers.com.au/resources/

      Plus on The Thrifty Issue I have a free eBook on 51 Ways To Make Money From Home you might like http://thethriftyissue.com.au/51-ways-make-money-home/

      Thanks!

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