164 Fletcher Road Karnup
WA 6176 Australia
About this event
Can you believe it is April already?
The year has chopped and changed so many times, it is now important to take stock and check in with our goals. What has worked, what has not! Amplify what has worked or readjust if necessary.
Join BWA members and guests along with BWA Rockingham Chapter Leader Gemma Heaney, Mandurah/Murray Chapter Leader Chris Muir-Smith and South West Coordinator Cathy Smith for a fabulous high tea. Goals, Tea, Laughs, Prizes and Networking with local WA businesswomen.
What better way to do reflecting and future planning than with a cup of tea/coffee or glass of something stronger (available for purchase) and with some like-minded ladies to brainstorm and laugh with.
Ticket price includes a buffet-style high tea that will include:
3 x sweet and 6 x savoury food choices
Plus 2 cups of tea or coffee and a glass of bubbly on arrival.
Lots of door prizes for a really lovely Ladies’ night out.
Friday 29th April
5:00pm – 8:00pm
Peel Manor House, 164 Fletcher Road, Karnup WA 6176
Contact one of our lovely hosts below for more information.
About Cathy Smith
Cathy is the BWA South West Co-ordinator and Head of Digital Marketing for Business Women Australia. In her own business, Cathy is the Attraction Maven at CATCO Enterprises. Cathy offers powerful and responsive marketing that will grow your business using sophisticated digital media, commercial print and promotion. She also has her own successful podcast, Small Business Talk with Cathy Smith.
About Chris Muir-Smith
Chris Muir-Smith has more than 25 years in human resources, with 19 years in senior roles working with global firms and small businesses, even working with the film producers of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Chris’s motivation to launch The HR Dept Rockingham, Kwinana and Peel, was to provide local and personal HR advice and support, tailored to the specific needs of each business so that they can prevent people problems and ensure a safe and healthy workplace.
About Gemma Heaney
Gemma Heaney is the Director of Heaney Business Group. She is a passionate community leader and strongly believes in supporting local small to medium businesses. She is enthusiastic about encouraging growth for her staff and clients, and aims to inspire a supportive culture that unites and empowers people. With over 15 years’ experience in accounting and taxation, Gemma believes in making even the smallest improvements to her clients lives.
About Business Women Australia (BWA)
BWA provides fabulous opportunities to connect, develop great contacts, friendships and support. Our professional development focuses on business growth, personal development and leadership – we try and mix it up so our community get a bit of everything they need. Networking with like-minded women is a great way to make long-term relationships and build your reputation. Our dynamic network is an excellent source of new perspectives, experience and ideas. We share our challenges and goals providing each other with valuable support.
We welcome new members and guests to our events. Check out our online webinars by viewing 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
- Women on boards
- Emerging leaders
- Women who desire growth and high level connections
Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;
- Business Improvement
- Personal and Professional Growth
- Connections and Friendship