Expo an opportunity to network

MEMBERS of the Business Women's Network (BWN) are being rallied to flaunt what they've got.

That's the pitch for their breakfast meeting and expo next Thursday at the Opal Cove Resort. BWN president Lily McDonald said the group's mini trade expo was a well known and excellent way to showcase businesses.

“Enjoy a morning exploring the world of women in business on the Coffs Coast,” Ms McDonald said. “See what the wonderful women in your area are up to in their businesses. Find a service or product to propel your business forward or pamper your body, mind and soul.”

Ms McDonald said these events were the ultimate business to business marketing tool and should be on everybody's priority list this coming month.

“Come and enjoy all the usual fun, friends and food, while getting to know more about your fellow members of BWN.

“Each stall holder will be offering a unique deal for those attending on the day, so do not miss your opportunity to grab a BWN bargain.”

Ms McDonald said there were a limited number of places available for exhibitors.

“So if you would like to present your business to an outstanding group of women get in quick,” she said.

To register for the expo email Ms McDonald directly at president@bwn.org.au.

The breakfast costs $35 and to have an expo stall costs $55.

RSVPs must be received by the close of business on Tuesday.

For more info, go to www.bwn.org.au.

Pre-payment via sticky tickets is preferable or you can email info@bwn.org.au to RSVP and then pay by cash or cheque at the event . If you're having trouble online please email info@bwn.org.au or call Lily McDonald on 66509813.



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