Geelong Regional Women's Business Solutions Summit

What’s keeping you awake at night?

A day of inspiration and solutions for business and professional women to overcome the barriers holding them back. It starts with an inspiring keynote from stand-up comedian and founder of Shebah, George McEncroe. Then all participants then break into small groups to attend the workshops of their choice. Everyone participates in 3 workshops and with 14 topics to choose from, there is something for everyone.

Its'a day of transformation with people make amazing connections, gaining supporters, tools and solutions.

Our Workshops :

1. Cash Is Queen – Tips and Tools to Create Flow
2. The 7 Steps to Successful Sales
3. How to make a Grand Exit
4. How to Build an Automated Marketing Machine
5. Audacious Leadership- The Bold & Beautiful
6. Positive Thinking Doesn’t Work
7. Tips to Fill your Pipeline with Referrals
8. How to Create High Functioning Teams
9. Exploring the Pathway to the Boardroom
10. Facebook Advertising Demystified
11. LinkedIn for Career, Sales & Connections
12. Attracting Success – Worklife Balance
13. Scaling Your Business
14. How to put your expertise on Steroids & be seen as a Media Expert

First Option Bank Business Solutions Summit- Geelong 28th February https://events.businessinheels.com/business-solutions-summit-2020/

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When

28 February 2020, 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM


Where

  • Deakin Waurn Ponds Estate Deakin Geelong, Nicol Drive South, Waurn Ponds VIC 3216

Cost

  • Participant Entry Fee: $199.00 Early Bird General Admission Includes Full Day Access 8.30 - 6.30pm, 3 workshops, Lunch, Morning tea, Afternoon Tea plus access to the networking Event with Drinks and Canapes

Facilities

  • Seating/viewing areas
  • Toilets available

Contact

Lisa Sweeney

Email: lisa@businessinheels.com

Phone: 409441816

Associated organisation: Business in Heels

Website: https://events.businessinheels.com/business-solutions-summit-2020/





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