Angela Vithoulkas has a long and proud history as a small business advocate, commentator and advisor.
In 2012 Angela was elected as an independent Councillor for the City of Sydney, where she was subsequently appointed as Deputy Chairperson of the City of Sydney Economic Development and Business Sub-committee throughout that term.
In 2016 Angela formed the Sydney Matters Independent team and successfully secured a second term on Council. With a strong focus on “giving small business a voice”, she continues to advocate for the community.
As well as her civic duties, she also established a small business podcasting platform, Eagle Waves Radio, 5 years ago, where she has developed over two thousand hours of small business content with a national reach of 200,000 small business owners. Her flagship show The Brew has achieved record downloads and views with some amazing guests including sporting legends, rock stars and politicians.
Angela is an engaging public speaker and commentator who is regularly sought out by industry and media. She appears regularly on ABC, ABC News 24, The Drum, 2GB, 2UE and 7 News.
Acknowledgement of her success over the years is reflected through her many awards which include NSW entrepreneur of the year and Telstra’s Women’s business owner of the year. In 2017 Angela was named as one of Australia’s top 9 influential female entrepreneurs.
In 2018 Angela formed The Small Business Party an independent political party with a focus on small businesses owners and their families. Initially Angela will contest the Legislative Council in NSW, with a view to running further State and Federal candidates as the party grows.