Businesswomen Cathy Ryder, of Outdoorism, and Emma Freestone, of Healing Waters Day Spa, ahead of next week’s meeting.
Businesswomen Cathy Ryder, of Outdoorism, and Emma Freestone, of Healing Waters Day Spa, ahead of next week’s meeting. Crystal Spencer

Network events keep on growing

MURWILLUMBAH businesswomen continue to grow their careers through networking and are inviting other women to do the same.

The Murwillumbah Business Women’s Networking Group will hold a breakfast event next Thursday featuring guest speaker Anni Diamond. Ms Diamond will talk about the power of joint venturing to grow business.

Co-founder of the networking organisation, Olwen Anderson, said the group had continued to move from strength to strength.

“Our group was started in 2007 as there was no opportunity for female business owners and professionals to network within Murwillumbah in a purely business networking setting. We started as six women around a table at a café, but had to keep moving location as our group grew,” Ms Anderson said.

“Through the group women can develop and nurture their network of business relationships and promote their business. They can develop new friendships with other professional women and enjoy Murwillumbah’s friendly style of business networking.”

Ms Anderson said new members were always welcome.

“We’d love to meet any new business owners or professionals who are interested in growing their business,” she said.

Manager of Healing Waters Emma Freestone said the breakfast event gave female professionals the opportunity to discuss business ideas.

“It is a business support network. You can ask questions about marketing, discuss new business ideas and get advice,” she said.

Women interested in attending the breakfast event can contact Olwen Anderson on 02 6672 6255 or email office@olwenanderson.com.



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