HUGE SURGE FOR COAST BIZ GIRLS

The Gold Coast Bulletin - - LIFESTYLE -

Know some­thing we don’t ? Email us at ed­i­to­rial@gold­coast.com.au WHAT would you dub a lunch that fea­tures the lat­est in skin care and fash­ion trends? Face + Fash­ion is the name and it cer­tainly works for us in terms of telling it like it is. Add rais­ing money for The Smith Fam­ily to the wa­ter­front de­lights of din­ing at Edge­wa­ter Din­ing at Capri on Via Roma and the ladies who lunch could not have been hap­pier. All told around $6,000 was raised for The Smith Fam­ily thanks in part to the gen­eros­ity of Ro­dan + Fields and the many who do­nated on the day. IF you want to hear about a real overnight suc­cess story look no fur­ther than Asha Peck and her found­ing of Gold Coast Girls in Busi­ness. In a mat­ter of months the con­cept has grown so much that to­day it has well over 10,000 mem­bers and ex­pand­ing daily. “It re­ally has ex­ploded,” said Asha. “What re­ally pleases me and makes me so glad is that it has turned out to be such a nat­u­ral sup­port­ive and em­pow­er­ing move­ment. My aim is to re­ally in­spire the younger gen­er­a­tion of fe­males to step into po­si­tions of power and to re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate their worth.” Yet more girl power.

Lisa parker and Doowi Wieruszewski. Zoe Miller and Mered­ith McMaster. Sarah Hodges, Bri­die Ga­bath, Kathryn Sea­man, Si­mone Reid. Jane McPhie. Sarah O'Mal­ley, Ciara How­ell Susie McWatt-Forbes, Trudi Rudd. Asha Peck and Tanya New­ton.

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