Business women’s network expands to the Peninsula

Member for Gosford Liesl Tesch (right) with Sharon Cheer from Job Centre Wyong at CBWN’s 2020 Resilience Awards

The Community and Business Women’s Network (CBWN) is expanding to the Peninsula with the first event scheduled for October 28 at Umina Beach.

The CBWN aims to unite women on the Central Coast, sparking opportunities for growth, resilience and inspiration in both their professional and personal life.

Member for Gosford Liesl Tesch said the community would welcome CBWN with open arms.

“The Peninsula is full of bright, accomplished, determined, and dedicated women who have a keen eye for business and innovative ideas which is why the CBWN is perfect for us,” tesch said.

“We’re welcoming CBWN with open arms and I cannot wait to see all our incredible women at the event.”

Since its establishment in 2018 the CBWN has connected hundreds of women from all sorts of backgrounds, from successful business owners to those just starting out, or those looking for a positive connection.

The CBWN has over 300 active members and is set to expand across the Peninsula.

Tesch is encouraging women on the Peninsula to get involved.

“Whether you come from a business background or not this is a brilliant opportunity to expand your networks and get the inspiration, support and ideas you need to take that first step,” she said.

“We definitely need to see more women supporting women and that’s exactly what the CBWN strives to achieve.

“It’s an opportunity we all should be taking up and I most certainly will be there watching this initiative thrive in our community.”

The first Peninsula CBWN event will be held on October 28 at Margarita Daze from noon-2pm.

Bookings are essential via stickytickets.

Media release, Oct 15
Member for Gosford, Liesl Tesch