2 December 2013
Suncorp Bank’s Women in Business High Tea will raise funds for The Weekend to End Women’s Cancer.
The High Tea will bring together women from all areas of business and provide a platform for local business women to connect to a larger network of business owners.
Suncorp Bank’s Regional General Manager for Western Australia Carl Cockerham says the event will shine the light on the success stories of women in business while raising money for an important cause.
“The High Tea is an opportunity to fundraise for cancer, while highlighting business leaders who inspire and achieve so much for the Western Australia economy,” Mr Cockerham said.
Three leading business leaders will share their stories and diverse experience at the event.
Pauline Bright has almost a decade of coaching and mentoring hundreds of business owners to roll up their sleeves and make their dreams a reality.
Michelle Nazaroff, a world champion natural bodybuilder and holistic nutritionist will demonstrate the importance of starting within to improve you business.
Jennifer Bryant, who is a connector for Business Women WA will share her networking secrets and confidence building insights on how to network for business referrals.
“We’re seeing women continue to take the plunge into running their own business, this event will be a larger discussion on how everyone can share ideas and inspire each other,” Mr Cockerham said.
Guests will be asked to make a gold coin donation to fundraise for The Weekend to End Women’s Cancers.
When: Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Venue: Suncorp Bank Lounge, Perth Arena
700 Wellington Street, Perth
Media Inquiries: Anthony Donaghy 07 3835 5580 or 0477 315 472.
Suncorp Group includes leading general insurance, banking, life insurance, superannuation and investment brands in Australia and New Zealand. The Group has around 16,000 employees and relationships with nine million customers. It is a Top 20 ASX listed company with over $93 billion in assets. Today Suncorp is Australia's leading regional bank, largest domestic general insurance group, and second largest in New Zealand and has representation in 450 offices, branches and agencies throughout Australia and New Zealand.