We offer networking, training, support and linking opportunities for regional business women regardless of their business journey stage.
The Women in Business Regional Network aims to encourage networking among businesswomen in regional areas through get-togethers, interaction and access to quality training to aid both business and personal development.Read more
We are about encouraging relationships and networks among women in business in regional areas. We publish a directory of our members’ businesses with the aim of creating links between members and to find new customers.Read more
The Women in Business Regional Network operates on a membership basis with a wide range of benefits on offer. Membership is open to all women in business in regional areas – owners, managers or those thinking of starting a business.Read more
Training and education is a priority for the Women in Business Regional Network. Check out some of our training and education articles to assist you in your business.Read more
The Women in Business Regional Network publishes blog posts and a newsletter to help keep members and those interested in Women in Business issues informed and educated.Read more
Foundation membership is now being accepted for the Women in Business Regional Network.
We encourage you to complete our membership application form and become an active part of this exciting organisation - no committees, no fundraising, no obligations.
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The Women in Business Regional Network is privileged to welcome Melbourne counsellor Jo Gniel as the speaker at our April luncheon in Victor Harbor.
Jo was recently featured in a national health magazine and is acclaimed for speaking on topics such as stress management, resilience and mindfulness. Read more
You’re invited to the next luncheon for the Women in Business Regional Network in Victor Harbor on Monday, March 19 at Victor Harbor Yacht Club.
Networking, support, sharing and a laugh or two among fellow local businesswomen is on offer at the next lunch for the Women in Business Regional Network.
Business owners, managers, women working in a business or women dreaming of being in business are welcome to attend. Read more
An enthusiastic group of women gathered at Connolly Wilson Conveyancing in Strathalbyn on March 5 to learn more about networking and public speaking, while also meeting other women in business.
Many were pushed out of their comfort zones during role-playing exercises on networking but there were still smiles all round at the end of the night. Read more
With one-third of Australian marriages ending in divorce, there’s something to be said for a couple and family who can not only work together day-in-day-out running a successful business, but are still happily married 32 years after the business commenced. Read more
A social enterprise was something she’d planned for a long while, partly from working in the community most of her life and following the motto non nobis solum (from her father’s school and family ethos) Pip Robertson grew up with ‘we’re not here for ourselves alone’. ie We’re here for something more than looking after our own needs. Read more
Cost-effective marketing was the topic for lunches and dinners held in Strathalbyn and Victor Harbor during January and February.
Network founder Carolyn Jeffrey who has made a name for herself locally for undertaking inexpensive marketing campaigns for local businesses in the Southern Fleurieu and Yorke Peninsula made extensive presentations at four functions. Read more