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Significant Women’s Network – Beyond the Business Card October 2015

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I attended the October Significant Women’s Network Beyond the Business Card event.

Beyond the Business Card is an event series that has been developed by the Significant Women’s Network to foster creating meaningful connections. The event series is open to women holding senior and executive roles and is limited to 12 participants.

The event was held over lunch at Pei Modern. There were women at the event from a range of different industries and backgrounds. It was great to learn about what they were passionate about and their professional success.

This event was the first after the completion of a Marketing Plan we developed for the Significant Women’s Network earlier this year.

For information about future Significant Women’s Network events please visit: http://www.significantwomensnetwork.com/events

HUB St Kilda – Birthday celebrations

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The HUB St Kilda celebrated its birthday on the 16th October. This co-location workspace is based in the centre of St Kilda and brings together an eclectic mix of business owners, with a particular focus on creativity.

We attended the birthday celebrations through the Port Phillip Business Network, which holds events across the municipality.

Club 3004 October Networking Event

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The Port Phillip Business Networks provides a range of events to cater to the diverse range of businesses south of Melbourne’s CBD.

This evening I attended Club 3004, which has a particular focus on South Melbourne and St Kilda Road. In the lead up to Melbourne Cup, the event incorporated a fashion theme, featuring designs by renowned milliner Peter Jago and also featured designs from local fashion outlets.

The PPBN offers a suite of business events for further information please visit www.portphillipbusiness.com.au

Australian Marketing Institute Breakfast Workshop – Is Content the Game Changer?

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The Australian Marketing Institute is the peak association for professional marketers in Australia, with a particular focus on building the professional development of its members. This morning we hosted a breakfast and panel discussion exploring content and its role in marketing.

The session discussed the role of content, particularly in the use of B2B purchase decisions, where the demonstration of expertise can provide a significant advantage. In addition, prospective clients will often undertake an extensive information search using the Internet, rather than discussions with potential vendors.

The workshop highlighted the need to understand the decision making processes, where many individuals can be involved. Content, like other marketing activities, needs to provide a consistent experience that understands the processes undertaken by prospective clients.

Victoria has hosted several prominent events, promoting the role of connecting business acumen with marketing outcomes. Our next event will be the Awards for Marketing Excellence Gala Dinner to be held on the 22nd of October.

Significant Women’s Network – Evening with Kelly O’Dwyer

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The National Foundation for Australian Women and the Significant Women’s Network share a similar ethos in strengthening leadership development for women. This evening the organisations held a dinner and discussion evening with Kelly O’Dywer, the Member for Higgins and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer.

Kelly discussed the need to promote gender equity through addressing inequities in taxation and the Government’s role in tackling the ongoing issue of domestic violence.  The discussion provided an opportunity to explore how gender inequity can be addressed through the Commonwealth Government and society.

The Significant Women’s Network hosts a series of professional development and networking events throughout the year, for further details visit www.significantwomensnetwork.com