Episode 6 – Kim Tyrer

April 29, 2021 00:23:13
Episode 6 – Kim Tyrer
Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business
Episode 6 – Kim Tyrer
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Show Notes

 

In our sixth episode, we sit down with Kim Tyrer is the CEO & Winemaker of Galafrey Wines. Galafrey was est in 1977 and Kim was born in 1978. A family business, her father passed away in 2003 when Kim was 25 years old. An only child, Kim steps into her father’s role as CEO & Winemaker. After a steep learning curve, and a few hurdles, Galafrey continues to be a strong and well-respected brand in the wine industry. Driven by pride and family history Kim market’s her wine through story and empowerment of place.

Kim has strong leadership skills has sat on many boards throughout her career but currently is working her way up the wine judging circuit as an associate wine judge both at the Perth Wine Show and the Wine Show of Western Australia.

Mother of an eleven-year-old boy and six-year-old girl, Kim is looking forward to her near future of further developing her skills as a winemaker, innovation in marketing and as a wine business and further leadership roles within the wine industry.

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