The Community and Business Women’s Network will be holding its December meeting at Wyong River Canoe Club on December 8, offering business and community women the opportunity to network and share experiences and skills.
Attendees will be able to mingle with like-minded women, share knowledge, skills, opportunities, and customer bases, as well as enjoy food and listen to guest speaker Maz Compton from Hit101.3.
CCCBWN Community Engagement Officer, Sharyn Becker, said she is expecting around 150 members to attend the event.
“We will have women who run home based businesses, retail store owners, managers, job network providers, hairdressers, lawyers, councillors, florists, local magazine writers, home improvement businesses, we cover everything.
“You name it, we have a representative in our network.
“We have the wonderful Maz Compton coming along to tell us about her journey through her career in radio,” Becker said.
Becker said new members can sign up on the website www.cbwn.org.au ,or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“CCCBWN is built upon the idea that bringing women together creates opportunities for growth, resilience and inspiration at business, community and personal levels.
“If you are keen to connect with other Central Coast women in a relaxed and friendly setting, book a seat at our next event or join the CBWN Facebook group today,” Becker said.
The network was founded in 2018 and has grown to 300 active members.
The network is a project of Iris Foundation, a local mental health charity that has been working to foster hope, resilience and connections in the Central Coast community since 2006.
The event will take place from 12pm until 2pm.