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3 Networking Tips For Aussie Momtrepreneurs in 2020

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Networking Tips For Aussie Momtrepreneurs

Working moms are the world’s unheralded heroes.

Raising children so that they’re happy, healthy and grow up to contribute in meaningful ways to their communities is already more than a full-time job – but if you’re a mother who manages to balance these duties with running your own business, you deserve the utmost praise and respect.

The internet and associated digital tech might have made it easier to be a work from home mom, because depending on the nature of your business, you can schedule your work around the school run, doctor’s appointments, shopping and everything else.

But any type of entrepreneurship can be isolating and pressured, so getting out to meet people in person can work wonders for your mental health and fast forward your business growth. Your local chamber of commerce is a good source of info on networking opportunities in your neighbourhood, but if you’re prepared to venture to interesting elsewhere in Australia and beyond, this investment in your development may reap long-term rewards.

With that in mind, here are three networking tips for Aussie momtrepreneurs in 2020.

  1. Her Horizon, Sydney

Franziska Iseli is an award-winning entrepreneur and founder of Sydney-based international marketing education organisation Basic Bananas, and on February 10th, 2020 she’s hosting Her Horizon – a half day event ram-packed with pro tips and insights on leadership and growth strategies focused on female success.

If you’ve got an amazing product or service that you want people to know more about, need to scale your enterprise and are open-minded about alternative ways to achieve these aims, this session is definitely for you!

Tip: Check out the Her Horizon Eventbrite page to book tickets before they sell out.

  1. Australia China Business Council (ACBC) Vic International Women’s Day 2020, Melbourne

The ACBC does sterling work maintaining the strong, symbiotic relationship between businesses Down Under and partners in China. So whether you’re already involved in this commercial dynamic or would like to find out more about the opportunities it offers, the ACBC International Women’s Day 2020 event on March 5th, 2020 is a golden opportunity to connect with movers and shakers.

General admission tickets are $160 and more information is available on acbc.com.au.

Tip: Trivago.com.au has great Sydney hotel deals – book ahead for a bargain.

  1. EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women, Seoul, Korea

Strictly speaking, EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women is a mentoring program rather than merely an event. Take a look at the ey.com website for full entry details, but the scheme is open to high-potential founding or co-founding female CEOs across the Asia-Pacific region with companies which are at least five years old that they want to grow internationally.

Successful applicants participate in an amazing three day conference in Seoul, Korea on April 6th– 8th 2020 and three video training conferences throughout the year.

Tip: Looking4.com has secure airport parking for Mackay, Melbourne and every other Aussie hub if you want to keep your vehicle safe while you’re away learning how to hone your leadership skills.

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