McLaren Vale women get ‘appy at Blessed Cheese

Technology is providing a wide range of solutions to help cut day to day stress and women in business from McLaren Vale and Adelaide’s southern suburbs gained insight into some of those that are available.

Apps to make your personal and business life easier was the topic for the latest lunch for the Women in Business Regional Network held at Blessed Cheese on Wednesday, August 14.

Network founder Carolyn Jeffrey has been gathering a growing list of handy apps to be shared with women in business as she’s conducted events throughout the state.

Carolyn, who also runs her own business from home, said the opportunity to sync multiple devices and even sync across a number of people in a team provided great efficiency boosts for businesses if they chose the right options.

“And there’s not just apps to help your business run smoothly; many of the women are also sharing details about apps that help reduce stress in their households and to enhance family communication channels too,” Carolyn said.

“Many of the apps are available free of charge, or, at the very least, can be trialled for free for a limited time.

 “Anything that helps ensure women in business are having to spend less time on paperwork, doing tasks multiple times or even remembering things, has got to be worth trying.”

The network will be returning to McLaren Vale for a dinner at the Meeting Place on Tuesday, September 3 when Cathy Domoney will be speaking about harnessing your mindset for business and personal success.  The next lunch will be held at Angoves McLaren Vale on Wednesday, September 25.