We got social with social media at the SCBWN Social Media Cocktail Evening, now get connected at the SCBWN Soiree.
This is a networking night like no other, drinks, nibbles and the chance to network like you’ve never networked before.
Expand your professional network in person and online in the comfort of the iconic Pier 33.
Only 50 tickets are available (25 members and 25 non-members).
You will need a LinkedIn account when registering for the event. On the night, you can join us in the LinkedIn lounge to learn how LinkedIn can help you network.
This event also has the opportunity for members to become a 'highlighted member' and have their business, values and attendance to this event announced on our social media!
Follow the SCBWN LinkedIn for a sneak peek of who you’ll be networking with at the SCBWN Soiree.
Beyond the business women highlighted on the SCBWN LinkedIn, you’ll have a chance to network with SCBWN executives:
Roz White is a passionate business advocate having held leadership positions including board chair, is a professional member of various industry groups, mentor and regular speaker at trade and industry events. Roz is an active community volunteer having founded and co-ordinated many successful fundraising events.
Lizzie Henebery works in both traditional and digital media, and is particularly skilled in content writing, public relations, social media and online promotions.
She has partnered with business across various industries and has a positive track record of creating strategies that deliver on objectives.
Lizzie also works with a number of charities supporting fundraising events that deliver much needed services back to the Sunshine Coast community.
Min Swan from White House Celebrations has been responsible for many of the major fundraising and corporate events on the Sunshine Coast since 2008.
Min has a passion of growing and scaling small to medium businesses through her consultancy practice, yourGM. Min is a proud supporter of many not for profit organisations and a proud Sunshine Coast local.
Michelle developed PC Smart into a full-time business and has worked with a variety of local, interstate and international clients.
Services provided to these clients include training on a variety of PC desktop applications, consultancy services in relation to the setup of their computer environments and PC strategy, and consultation on workflow and document management.
In the corporate e-learning arena, Michelle has successfully completed projects for IBM in James Cook University (Medical Faculty) Townsville, Suncorp Metway, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Paula Williamson is particularly committed to helping young women progress, whilst managing the challenges of a fast paced world and motherhood.
As a long term employee of ANZ, Paula feels the organisation shares her desire to help women succeed in business through flexible working practices and the support of women in leadership. Paula encourages all women in participation, flexibility and the desire for leadership.
Kaitlyn, through PCOC, is delivering a number of small projects with including strategy planning, cultural assessment audits, McQuaig job fit assessments for performance, process development, governance document audit, alongside a medium term project with an Allied Health group, bringing operational alignment to strategy and preparation for future growth & commercialization of innovation program.
She is active in community leadership as Director of Surf Lifesaving Queensland and Executive to SCBWN and IML business networks, youth economic forums and Industry advisory panels.
This event is proudly sponsored by Pacific Motor Group
Event Bookings Close and Dietary requirements due - Monday 20 May, 2019
Please ensure you understand our Refund and Cancellation Policy.