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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Women in Business South Coast Trade Night June 19th

Women in Business South Coast will be holding a Trade Night where women in business will be able to showcase their enterprise. The event will be held on Monday 19th June 2017 @ The Catalina Country Club commencing at 6pm. If you have a new business or a business you would like to tell more people about now is your chance, you can set up a display, hand out information and make sales on the night. Anyone interested is encouraged to book a Trade Table now as there is a limit on available The night also includes a sit down 2 course dinner/dessert. Members: The Trade Tables are FREE however you need to pay $30 for dinner Non Members: Trade Tables have a $30 fee and you will also have to pay $35 for Dinner (You can join as a MEMBER for $30 for 12 months and get your Trade Table for FREE and just pay $30 for your dinner). For more information or to BOOK a Trade Table please contact Women in Business Secretary Megan via email : or phone 0401 366 830. Bookings are now open.

The Women in Business South Coast NSW group currently meets monthly (2nd Monday) for networking, to hear guest speakers, to showcase members own businesses and to have fun (except January…) The group exists primarily for networking and learning opportunities. The group is not a feminist organisation (though we do, of course, embrace equality for women in business, their community and public organisations), nor do they endeavour to fill the functions of a Chamber of Commerce. The group is not aligned to any political organisation nor is it a fundraising charity. They are women mentoring, networking and sharing experiences with other women of all ages. And they always look forward to welcoming new members. Women from all walks of life in Eurobodalla are welcome to join.

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