Networking opportunity for women held every month

2015-11-04 06:00
Photo: supplied Margaret Hirsch, Hirsch’s Group COE encourages women to attend the next business networking meeting.

Photo: supplied Margaret Hirsch, Hirsch’s Group COE encourages women to attend the next business networking meeting.

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HIRSCH’S Hillcrest’s Business Women’s networking functions open doors for getting free expert advice and assisting like-minded business women in building their reputations, knowledge and databases.
Every month, a business woman in the community is acknowledged by Hirsch’s with the Margaret Hirsch Woman in Business Achiever of the Month award, and goes through to the finals to be held in February 2016.

These free networking opportunities enable you to network among business women in your community.
“There is nothing more powerful than networking. Whether you are a corporate, small business, franchise, entrepreneur or if you want to start your own business, take advantage of this opportunity,” said Hirsch’s COE, Margaret Hirsch.

Attendees are encouraged to bring along their business cards, pamphlets, catalogues and banners.

“I love the fact that I got to do a 60-second pitch - it gives me the opportunity to introduce myself on a public platform that I would not be able to do every day. I think this initiative is a wonderful idea, and it’s for free”, are just some of the comments received from local networkers.

Interested local business women can contact Taryn Taylor on 031 761 7500. - Supplied.


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