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International Women's Day Breakfast with Lucy Bloom

  • 7 Mar 2023
  • 6:30 AM - 8:30 AM
  • Maroochy RSL | 105 Memorial Avenue, Maroochydore QLD 4558
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  • This ticket is for High School Students only.
  • You will be provided a 3m x 3m space and you are able to erect a high quality stand for the purposes or promoting and selling your goods. Booking a pop-up stall includes one ticket for you as a member to participate in the event. You must provide a copy of your Public Liability insurance to book a pop-up stall.
  • A trade table is a standard size trestle table with a white cloth that is provided for you to display brochures and product samples. You are also able to erect one standard size pull-up banner behind your trade table. Booking a trade table includes one ticket for you as a member to participate in the event. You must provide a copy of your Public Liability insurance to book a trade table.

Join us as we celebrate International Women's Day at Maroochy RSL on Tuesday 7th March, with change maker, rule breaker and momentum creator, Lucy Bloom!!

This is guaranteed to be an event you don't want to miss! It's set to be a dynamic morning with our guest speaker being an innovative thinker to leave you inspired, energetic and feeling courageous.

This year the international Women's Day theme is #EmbraceEquity.

#EmbraceEquity aims to get the world talking about why "equal opportunities are no longer enough" - and can in fact be exclusionary, rather than inclusive. Equality means each individual or group of people is given the same resources or opportunities whereas equity recognises that each person has different circumstances, and allocates the exact resources and opportunities needed to reach an equal outcome.

In celebration of women and embracing equity we have invited Lucy Bloom, award-winning leader, international keynote speaker, consultant and author, to share her story and wisdom.

Lucy Bloom is not afraid to break rules. A successful business leader, she is renowned for being an innovative thinker and exceptional communicator. With a strong track record in digital marketing, branding, story telling and fundraising, and having achieved online audiences in their millions, Lucy was Australia's first person to be named in the world's top 30 #socialceos. Her charitable work has transformed lives in Australia and overseas, and her top-selling memoir, Get the Girls Out, was published by HarperCollins in 2019 to rave reviews.

Lucy uses her extraordinary skills to write and speak about leadership, communication, changing the world and creative thinking. She is often called on to provide comment in the mainstream media on a wide range of subjects such as gender equality, social media, leadership and international aid.

We're excited to welcome Lucy to the Sunshine Coast Business Women's Network stage. Book your ticket now and secure your seat for our International Women's Day Breakfast on Tuesday 7th March!

Event bookings close and dietary requirements due Friday 3rd March.

More about Lucy Bloom -

Lucy ran a successful ad agency for 20 years before deciding to use her skillset to change the world. She founded an international women's health charity, and as CEO built a team and created a communication strategy to raise $7M for a network of hospitals and a midwifery school in Ethiopia. Lucy then moved on to transform Sunrise Cambodia as the charity's first CEO.

Lucy created the world's first childbirth education program written specifically for men, which is run in pubs all over Australia. She is the author of the best-selling book, Cheer to Childbirth, which accompanies the program.

A professional communicator, Lucy's knack for social media and clever use of technology delivered a monthly post reach of more than 20M to a niche charity in Australia. Her social media clients report instant results. Even Facebook HQ uses her expertise.

Lucy's photography skills and knack for writing have taken her all over the world including to Cambodia where she has shot images that illustrate the challenges of maternity care in the remote rice fields. She has worked on creative communication for some of Australia's biggest brands including the National Rugby League, Amnesty International, Boral and CSR.

Lucy was the first Australian to be listed in the world's top 30 #socialceos. She is a recipient of a Kindness Award from the Wake Up Project and won the 2015 Women's Agenda Emerging Leader in the not-for-profit Sector Award. Lucy has been nominated many times and named a finalist twice in the Telstra Business Woman of the Year Award.

Lucy Bloom is a rule breaker, idea maker and momentum creator.


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