An event for Adelaide’s business women will showcase one of Australia’s most influential entrepreneurs while raising money for cancer research.
The event on 25th March will be headlined by Adelaide entrepreneur and two-time Telstra Business Woman of the Year, Tammy Barton. As the founder and CEO of MyBudget, Ms Barton will share her story of becoming one of Australia’s most influential business women, and what drives her to keep going.
This business women’s luncheon to be held at Fine & Fettle in Stepney is being hosted by Collective—an organisation that supports women in business through events, networking opportunities and mentoring. Collective is supported by Mas, a not-for-profit employment and professional development organisation. This is the first face-to-face event held in Adelaide by Collective since the COVID pandemic.
“We’re very excited to be holding a live event in Adelaide. Collective has always been about providing an inclusive environment for business women from all backgrounds to come together to share stories, ideas and inspire each other,” said Emma, Program Facilitator at the Collective.
Collective has chosen Pink Hope as its charity partner for the event. Pink Hope is a breast and ovarian preventative health hub, working to ensure every individual can assess, manage and reduce their risk of breast and ovarian cancer while providing personalised support to at-risk women.
Collective supports a number of women’s charities. A percentage of ticket sales from every event support not-for-profit organisations who work directly with women and children in need. To date, Collective has raised almost $25,000 for its charity partners.
Tickets are limited and the event will sell out. Book hereto avoid disappointment.