Starting her new Aldinga Beach business “That Fleurieu Feeling”, during a global pandemic has taken Tracey on a strengthening ride of endurance and clarity, providing opportunities for her to expand within. A Bioresonance Practitioner, Tracey is looking forward to connecting with other professional women in the network. Read more about Tracey and her business “That Fleurieu Feeling”.Read more
The added challenges for regional women in business created by COVID-19 were high on the agenda when a group of members met the Deputy Premier, Attorney General and Minister for Consumer Affairs Vickie Chapman.
The Women in Business Regional Network received a direct invitation from Ms Chapman’s office for a sitdown meeting in Adelaide’s South so the Minister could be apprised of the specific problems being faced by regional women in business.
Aldinga Beach resilience coach Kathryn Brewer has launched her memoir and self-help book, Booby Prize: Mindfully Facing Breast Cancer.Read more
The importance of business planning was emphasised at the latest Women in Business Regional Network dinner at McLaren Vale’s Meeting Place on April 30.Read more
Meet our first foundation member from Aldinga, Jacqui Good of Thistle Be Good.Read more
enthusiastic group of women in business gathered at McLaren Vale on Tuesday, March 5 for the first local gathering for the Women in Business Regional Network.Read more