BWA Webinar – International Supply Chain: Leadership Lessons

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BWA Webinar - International Supply Chain: Leadership Lessons

BWA Webinar – International Supply Chain: Leadership Lessons

When:
August 31, 2023 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
2023-08-31T10:00:00+08:00
2023-08-31T11:30:00+08:00
Where:
Online
BWA Webinar - International Supply Chain: Leadership Lessons @ Online

The international supply chain is a critical part of the global economy and plays a vital role in ensuring that Australians can develop successful import and export businesses. Sourcing goods and materials from overseas markets and selling Aussie products to foreign markets relies on the effectiveness of the cross border supply chains. In this month’s webinar, BWA Founding Director Lyn Hawkins will interview Kelly Crossly, Owner and Director of Transitainer, an independent Australian logistics company providing freight forwarding, customs brokerage and logistics services for local, national and international importers and exporters.

This online, interactive webinar will be a deep dive into the importance and function of international and global supply chains and the opportunities for women to consider this vital sector as a brilliant, albeit unusual, career choice. There will be time for Q&A and the opportunity to hear Kelly’s inspiring story, philosophy for success and her focus on relationship building.

Don’t miss this fascinating conversation showcasing exceptional leadership in a male dominated industry.

Book today for the zoom link.  Guests, non-members and members of Business Women Australia are all welcome to join us for this inspirational, online interactive conversation.

ABOUT KELLY CROSSLEY:

Kelly Crossley’s passion for the freight forwarding industry cannot be disputed.  In a transactional industry, Kelly’s exemplary approach to customer service has enabled her to steer Transitainer WA to unprecedented growth during the global pandemic. Highly skilled in negotiation and operations management, Kelly has led her committed team through the most challenging period in the history of the industry. Her resolve and focus on delivering the best outcomes for her clients, has propelled Transitainer WA into the top echelons of freight forwarders in Western Australia. A fully licenced customs broker, an accredited Australian Trusted Trader, industry leader, and mother of two with a love for keeping fit and healthy, Kelly enjoys balancing the demands of running a thriving business with the rigours of daily life.

ABOUT LYN HAWKINS:

Lyn is the National Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on business growth, marketing and transformation. She advises some of Australia’s most successful professional and business leadership teams. Lyn is also the WA Director of the Private Wealth Network and mentors Commerce students at UWA. Lyn has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses.

ABOUT BUSINESS WOMEN AUSTRALIA:

BWA provides opportunities to connect, develop authentic contacts, build friendships and tap into support. Our professional development focuses on business growth, personal development and leadership. BWA’s dynamic network is an excellent source of new connections, perspectives, experience and ideas. We share challenges and goals, providing each other with valuable support. We welcome new members and guests to our events.

Check out the Events Calendar on the BWA website.

BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

  • Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
  • Executives and Managers
  • Professionals
  • Women on Boards
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Women Who Desire Growth and High-Level Connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

  • Leadership
  • Business Improvement
  • Personal and Professional Growth
  • Connections and Friendship

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