NZ Businesswomen announces inaugural conference

Published: Tue 5 Jun 2018 04:15 PM
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5 June 2018
NZ Businesswomen announces inaugural conference
Take inspiration from women leaders and connect, develop and nurture your talent at the inaugural New Zealand Businesswomen Conference.
This October, Venus Network will be hosting a conference designed to support women in business and champion a feminine approach within a professional environment.
Held over two days the NZ Businesswomen Conference (NZBW) will combine inspirational speakers, expert workshops and valuable networking opportunities, to support and assist women in business.
NZ Businesswomen exists to develop and celebrate women who draw on qualities of empathy, intuition, collaboration and connectedness, to grow profitable businesses which contribute positively to the New Zealand economy.
“This is not just another business event. This is a gathering of businesswomen who recognise the social shift towards conscious business principles which hold profit and people of equal importance,” says Venus Network CEO, Carolyn Banks.
The event will feature a dynamic blend of business professionals from a wide variety of industries, offering motivation, new ideas and inspiration for attendees.
Taking place on October 26 & 27 at Ellerslie Events Centre the event will feature talks from Frances Valintine (chair and founder of The Mind Lab), Kathryn Wilson (footwear designer) as well as the inspiring personal and professional journey of Ani Wilson (corporate consultant, stress mastery coach and cancer survivor), to name a few.
The New Zealand Businesswomen Conference will attract 250 – 350 attendees and tickets cost $485 (includes all meals, keynote speakers, workshops, exhibition and conference dinner).
To secure your place at the inaugural NZ Businesswomen Conference visit:
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