Local social entrepreneur Luz Restrepo, BMA member and co-founder of Migrant Women in Business invites you to this online event – Migrant Women in Nano + Micro Business | Thu 27 January 12.30 – 1.45pm
Migrant women with nano or micro-businesses contribute to Australia’s economic, social and cultural development if they have confidence, support networks, time and capacity, and commercial opportunities.
Let’s start to see migrant women in business as an investment.
On Thursday 27 January between 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm, we will have this online conversation. You will hear the business journeys from:
❇︎ Lilly Wright, Founder Flying Chillies
❇︎ Kathy Jonathan, Founder Emerging Brand Africa
❇︎ Ericka Sejati, Founder Kutata Interior Styling
❇︎ Brenda Gil, Co-Founder The SHE Club
❇︎ Mary Top, Co-Founder Mat Tetni
❇︎ Fabiola Campbell, Founder Professional Migrant Women.
Then Luz Restrepo, Co-Founder of Migrant Women in Business will highlight the opportunities migrant and refugee women represent in the small business sector and in regional development. This conversation will close with the reflections of:
❇︎ The Hon. Gabrielle Williams, Victorian Minister for Women
❇︎ Lynda McAlary-Smith, Victorian Small Business Commissioner
❇︎ The Hon. Juliana Addison MP, State Member for Wendouree
❇︎ The Hon. Maree Edwards MP, State Member for Bendigo West
❇︎ Lisa Barron, Founder Lisa Barron Boutique.
Together we will explore how to develop a supportive ecosystem that increases the representation of successful migrant and refugee women as business owners and leaders. JOIN IN FOR THIS ONLINE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION.
BOOK this FREE online event via Eventbrite