Hirsch’s Hillcrest honours phenomenal women

2015-12-22 06:00
 Photo: supplied Linda Voster, Navoshnie Govender and Mariane Vorster.

Photo: supplied Linda Voster, Navoshnie Govender and Mariane Vorster.

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HIRSCH’S Hillcrest branch held their monthly Margaret Hirsch Woman in Business Achiever of the Year ladies networking morning recently and Carolyn Webster, fundraiser for Embocraft, was the guest speaker.

She captivated the ladies’ attention with her words of wisdom.

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love - Mother Teresa,” said Webster.

Network guest Navoshnie Govender said: “It was such a blessing to be here, I encourage any women in business to join in on these Hirsch’s networks, the amount of ways we can help each other blows my mind. I am so glad I came.”

Margaret Hirsch Women in Business finalists were announced and these awards went to Tarryn Livsey from Posh Events and Genai Scholtz from Party princess.

Tarryn began Posh Events in October 2013 as a sole proprietor, solely owned and managed by her.

Posh Events specialises in all types of events and weddings has been involved in various charity works.

Genai Scholtz is sole owner of Party Princess which is an events company that does children’s parties for all ages. Party Princess is also very involved in charity namely the Sunflower Foundation, assistance to arrange the event, general assistance, and providing sponsorship to gifts, face painting, handing out of gifts and being a loving presence for the PMB children’s homes.

The next Women in Business event will be held on 27 January at 9am where the finalist for December and January ‘Women in Business’ will be announced. Contact taryn@hirschs.co.za to book your seat.

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