Turning the COVID-19 crisis into business opportunities was the focus for the latest network lunch in Murray Bridge where it was exciting to hear that many local businesses were booming in the pandemic.Read more
The opportunities for regional business from the COVID-19 crisis were on the agenda for the latest network dinner at Strathalbyn. While recognising many in our network are still very restricted, it was a time to talk about what growth areas were popping up.Read more
The impact of COVID-19 on hospitality venues and staffing, and the need to get projects such as a proposed abattoir underway, were among the local issues raised when the Women in Business Regional Network held its latest dinner in Port Pirie.Read more
There were inspirational stories of women in business staying strong during the COVID-19 crisis when the network held its return dinner at the Berri Hotel on August 11. As well as openly sharing their stories, those present also received a HR lesson from Evelyn Pollard.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.
Finding business opportunities from the COVID-19 crisis was the theme for the first in-person function for the network since COVID-19 hit. The dinner in Victor Harbor had a positive vibe with a focus on finding opportunities from the challenges.Read more
Women in Business Regional Network members met online recently for a thinktank on tips for women in business to deal with the economic downturn associated with COVID-19.Read more