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Women in Business Regional Network Expands to Hills

The Women in Business Regional Network is expanding to the Adelaide Hills.

The network, formed by Victor Harbor businesswoman Carolyn Jeffrey in 2017, already has regular functions in Victor Harbor, Strathalbyn, McLaren Vale, Murray Bridge, the Riverland, Yorke Peninsula and Port Pirie. 

The launch function for the Adelaide Hills will be a dinner at the Barker Hotel on Monday, August 19 from 5.30pm.

The training topic for the evening will be cost-effective marketing, as well as providing an overview of what the network is all about.

The network already has members from the Adelaide Hills who have been attending functions in other areas or enjoying the promotional and networking opportunities the network offers.

The organisation is open to regional women in business whether they are business owners, managers, employees or those dreaming of owning their own business.  It offers networking, training, support and linking opportunities for regional business women regardless of their business journey stage.

Topics covered at recent functions in other areas have included marketing, business planning, the sale of a business, HR and staffing, self-care, social media, website performance and how to maintain your business passion.

“We welcome businesses of all sizes and types, even those sole traders who work from home,” Carolyn said.

“This is about cutting down on isolation and helping women in business realise there is help and support out there.

“We believe that every person who attends our events has something to offer to another woman in business, they just may not know it yet.”

Bookings are essential and can be made through Eventbrite.

For more information contact Carolyn on 0435 432 203 or visit the website wibnetwork.com.au.

Image, Supplied: Women in Business Regional Network founder Carolyn Jeffrey with Adelaide Hills member Kathy Wooller of Evolve Pro.