Event on 2014-04-01 12:00:00
THE LEAGUE LAUNCHES IN LAUNCESTON!
Are you ready for us LAUNCESTON?? Because here we come!
Join us for the League of Extraordinary Women launch in Launceston! Come along and be a part of the movement taking over the world! The League of Extraordinary Women exists to connect the extraordinary female entrepreneurs of the world. Are you an extraordinary female entrepreneur? If so, this is the place for you to be!
We all know that we are the average of the 5 people we spend the most time with and one of the biggest benefits to be experienced by becoming a part of the League movement is meeting phenomenal female entrepreneurs whom you can learn from every day. Through connecting with other women who think like we do, we become a better person, business owner and we are able to help others as others have helped us on our journey. Sharing and collaboration is integral to being a successful female entrepreneur.
At every event, we will have a successful female entrepreneur who has proven her success in business and who will be sharing her journey. Through hard hitting journalistic questions, we will be delving deep into her journey to find out WHY she became an entrepreneur, HOW she has achieved success and WHAT she has learned along the way!
Our events provide a casual atmosphere so all female entrepreneurs in attendance can easily connect with each other and develop long lasting business relationships and friendships. Banish that feeling of isolation as you grow your business and find the support you need. We promise that you'll leave our events feeling inspired, empowered and extraordinary!
SPEAKER: Sarah Hirst
Sarah Hirst (nee Dent) launched her journalism career with The Examiner in Launceston before moving to Melbourne to work on The Weekly Times and the Herald Sun. Sarah was then promoted to the Press Gallery in Canberra to cover Federal Politics. After resigning in 1999, she travelled through Africa for five months and then worked in Public Relations and Event Management in London.
Upon returning to Australia, Sarah was appointed Director of Public Relations for the National Farmers Federation in Canberra and then CEO of the Wine Industry Association of Western Australia.
In November 2012, Sarah and Mark purchased the Lilydale Tavern and have re-branded and re-launched the business as Lilydale Larder focusing on the best of Tasmania through the café, providore, wine bar, bottleshop and functions centre.
In her spare time (!) Sarah also runs Sarah Hirst Strategy – a consultancy business focused on practical business growth, communications and PR strategy.
DATE: Tuesday 1st April 2014
TIME: 12.00pm – 2.00pm
VENUE: Cataract on Paterson, Launceston – http://cataractonpaterson.com.au/
All tickets include a light lunch and beverages. If you have any specific dietary requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For discounted member rates to the breakfasts, join the "League" here
If you are a member of the League and would like to nominate yourself to become one of our guest speakers you can email email@example.com with a short bio of yourself and why you would like to speak at one of our breakfast events.
at Cataract Bistro
133 Paterson Street