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Your Sector – Your Solutions

  • 15 Mar 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • San Remo Hotel Motel, 145 Marine Parade (upstairs), San Remo


  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can take two non-members at membership prices.

Please note:
If for some reason you simply cannot pay online now and must pay on the night, event fees will be rounded up to the nearest whole note. For example, for a regular evening event members will be $40 cash on the night, non-member registrations will be $50 cash on the night.
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Each month we have great speakers and lots happening but you have told us “often there isn’t enough time to grow your connections and share your ideas”. So we’ve listened and we’ve designed the March event as a facilitated session to share ideas and develop strategies to solve your problems.

Join us at at 6:30pm on Thursday the 15th of March and meet women in your sector, share ideas and strategies, or simply enjoy each other’s company. Bring along business cards, information about your products or services and even one or two challenges that you are facing and throw them out to the network and watch the power of many minds in action.

You can sit and listen, share on your table or add to a group discussion. We hope that we can set the challenge to each guest that they will leave having met at least one more woman in their network who will help them grow their business.

About our venue...

Note: Our event room is upstairs.

Overlooking Phillip Island Bridge and the Bass Strait, this laid-back landmark pub is 3.4 km from the Phillip Island Nature Park and 13 km from racing at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.

Some parking is available on the streetfront. Directly across Marine Parade is a much larger car park.


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