Grain summit to empower women
WA farm businesswomen will gather from as far north as the Gascoyne River and as far south as Esperance at the Partners in Grain WA Inspire Summit on March 27.
In its second year Partners in Grain WA is expecting more than 200 businesswomen to attend the summit which will cover business skills and wellbeing.
PinG is a not-for-profit organisation offering relevant training for WA broadacre farming in various workshops regionally.
PinG WA chairwoman Bronwyn Fox, from Dandaragan, said the summit would be more peoplefocused compared to the first summit in 2016.
“This year we’re focusing more on industry, wellbeing and team management, so how to get the best out of everyone working on your farm,” she said.
Although PinG’s workshops are for everyone in agribusiness the biannual Inspire Summit is for businesswomen.