"A good plan violently executed today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow."
Taryn Williams is one of Australia’s most popular female entrepreneurs and digital influencers. She was awarded the 2017 B&T Women in Media tech leader and recognised for her work with theright.fit winning the 2018 Mumbrella Award for innovation.
Taryn has featured in the B&T Hot 30 under 30, SmartCompany 30 under 30, and been a finalist for numerous awards including 2015 Female Entrepreneur Awards, Women's Agenda Emerging entrepreneur of the year and AIM young entrepreneur of the year.
With both of her businesses, theright.fit and WINK Models, Taryn has proven herself to be a game changer, and one not shy to press the disrupt button.
A former model, Taryn launched Wink Models in 2007 at the age of 21 and it has since cemented its place as one of Australia’s leading commercial modelling agencies with turnover in the millions.
In 2016 she launched her second business, theright.fit, a two-sided marketplace connecting brands with creative talent and influencers.
Soon after launch she successfully negotiated investment (over $1million) with Airtree Ventures,
along with other strategic partners and funds. The platform has over 6,500 talent and has worked with brands like Veuve Cliquot, Toyota, Johnnie Walker, LG, AAMI Insurance, Westpac, Menulog, General Pants and Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy.
As a digital influencer she has worked with Max Factor, La Prairie, Samsonite, Sass & Bide, Nature's Way, Tuscan Tan, Franck Provost and the Art Series Hotel Group.
THE RIGHT FIT
The Right Fit is a creative talent and influencer marketing platform connecting brands and agencies with a talent portfolio of more than 12,000 people including actors, models, makeup artists, photographers, producers, videographers and influencers.
Founded by award-winning entrepreneur Taryn Williams in 2016, The Right Fit prides itself on being a destination for brands looking to create amazing content and has offices in Sydney, Australia and Singapore and has recently launched into New Zealand.