Tea and tips at busi­ness meet­ing

McIvor Times - - NEWS -

ARE you a lo­cal busi­ness­woman look­ing to ex­pand your net­work?

Then you might wish to put the Mitchell Women in Busi­ness group’s brunch event in your di­ary.

The high tea, to be held at the Red Lion Ho­tel in Kil­more on Septem­ber 14 from 10.30am, will see book­keeper Belinda Cal­lick lead a ques­tion and an­swer dis­cus­sion about best prac­tice book-keep­ing, good habits and tips to keep costs down.

Women in Mitchell co­or­di­na­tor Anita Gisch, who has a back­ground in an­thro­pol­ogy and project man­age­ment, said while Mrs Cal­lick’s talk will have a prac­ti­cal fo­cus, there will also be plenty of time for guests to min­gle af­ter­wards.

‘‘It’s per­fect for any­one who wants tips for their busi­ness, or wants to meet like-minded peo- ple, or are in­ter­ested in start­ing up a new ven­ture, or people who work in the lo­cal area and want to con­nect with oth­ers,’’ Ms Gisch said.

The group, Ms Gisch said, is emerg­ing as a key re­source for women in the Mitchell Shire.

‘‘Women from many pro­fes­sions have joined the net­work in­clud­ing re­tail, fi- nance, health and con­struc­tion,’’ she said.

‘‘In a few short months, par­tic­i­pa­tion in our events has dou­bled. We are gain­ing mo­men­tum quickly, al­low­ing us to put on big­ger, more ex­cit­ing events.’’

Tick­ets to the high tea cost $20 and can be pur­chased through the Mitchell Women in Busi­ness Face­book page.

Anita Gisch and An­nie Fletcher-Ni­cholls.

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