A special Women in Print breakfast, presented by EFI and Media Super, will be held in conjunction with PrintEx15, allowing women attending the trade fair to hear from a panel of high achieving women.
Kylie Goodwin, Group recruitment manager, Fairfax Media; Karen Strain, financial planner, Media Super; and Jennifer Baile, national business manager, Fuji Xerox, will share their experiences and tips for a successful, sustainable career and financial future.
Co-hosted by Karen Goldsmith, NSW Women in Print Patron and executive director of GAMAA, and Queensland Patron Susan Heaney, managing director of Heaney’s Performers in Print, the breakfast will take the form of a panel discussion with ample opportunity for guests to ask questions.
Goldsmith says the expertise ofthe three panelists offer participants a tremendous opportunity to hear from unique perspectives. “Each of our panelists is highly accomplished in her field and as a consequence brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the conversation. We’ve selected three women who are able to give our participants the tools they need to manage their careers, finances and help them develop their leadership skills. It’s an exciting line up.”
“This breakfast provides a great opportunity to take advantage of the expertise in the room and to tap into the networks that Women in Print has established over the last eight years. Each time we’ve held a breakfast in conjunction with a major trade fair we’ve had capacity attendance so I encourage you to book early,” she concludes.
Women in Print PrintEx15 Breakfast
When: Thursday, May 14
Time: 7.30am for 7.45am start. Concludes 9.30am
Where: Somerville Room, Level 1, The Dome, Sydney Showground, Olympic Park
Cost: $30 per head. Registrations are essential. A breakfast buffet will be served.
Contact: Inge Pullar 039263 3356 Inge.Pullar@heidelberg.com