at Servcorp, Level 18
Thursday, 1 December 2016 from 11:15 AM to 1:15 PM + Add to calendar01/12/2016 11:1501/12/2016 13:15Australia/SydneyCBD Business Womens networkCBD Business Womens network Thursday, 1 December 2016 from 11:15 AM to 1:15 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Martin Bailey 0432997017 email@example.com Address Servcorp, Level 18 101 Collins Street Melbourne Vic 3000 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/45441/cbd_business_womens_network.aspxServcorp, Level 18
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CBD business women’s network
Join us for the inaugural meeting of the CBD business women's network.
It’s a great opportunity to meet other women in business, hear some great tips from guest speakers, promote your business, make some new contacts and develop your marketing skills.
Guest speaker: Catherine Duncan from Matthews Steer.
Thursday 1st December, 11.:15am - 1.15pm
Tickets: $55pp, light lunch included
In an age of ever increasing reliance on technology, the art of building face-to-face relationships seems to be diminishing. Yet over 90% of recommendations about products or services are NOT ONLINE, but are made face to face. Catherine will share how Matthews Steer develops and grows relationships and how this has affected there own business growth.
Who should attend? Business women looking to grow there business, business development managers, customer facing team members, Directors and those looking to learn from the experiences of others.
The event is facilitated by Martin Bailey, founder of WOMMAU –Word of Mouth Marketing Australia.
Martin Bailey: Spent 13 years in productivity training with companies such as Rolls Royce, Royal Bank of Scotland, Kellogg's, Royal Mail, etc. before moving into marketing and training over 1000 small business owners generating +$270 million in new business.
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