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LOCAL business women will have the opportunity to
hear from a high profile achiever at this year's Women In
Chamber's premier networking event.
Women In Chamber (WiC) holds a Gala Dinner in
November for business women in the region and
the bar has been set high after a hugely successful night
last year with guest speaker Catriona Rowntree.
This year's event is looking to be bigger and better
than ever with business woman, entrepreneur, author,
and now 'Shark' on Channel Ten's Shark Tank, Naomi
Simson attending as the guest speaker.
This year the WIC committee has also put together
three workshops which have a theme around
social media for business and how to effectively fit
managing and monitoring this into our busy daily
The workshops are facilitated by local women in
business which showcases the talent in the local
The committee surveys the members each year to help
determine what the focus of the workshops will be
for the following year. This ensures that members are
getting the information that is relevant to them.
WiC is a joint initiative of Albury Northside and
Wodonga Chambers of Commerce.
You are automatically a member if your business or the
business you work in is a member of either of the two
Its vision is to contribute to the overall business
community and specifically support women in
business through delivering effective activities and
communications that meet their needs.
These activities are delivered through a core committee
made up of volunteer chamber member representatives.
The committee encourages women in business to
become more involved with the chambers and join in
the many events that they host.
To stay up to date with WiC happenings you can
subscribe to their email database via
www.wodongachamber.com.au or www.alburynorthside.
com.au or follow them on Facebook.
(L-R) Anissa Dorman, Joanne Heeps, Amy Van de Ven,
Sandra Martin, Fiona Fell, Kelly Lees and Bronwyn Tyrell.
(Absent: Natalie Owens and Andrea Grimmond).
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