We meet monthly - and more...
2019 has had some awesome events. Check out the Events Page
What's Next -
24th October @ 5.45 followed by information night
WWIBN Information Night
24th October @ 6.30
The Wollondilly Women in Business Network (WWIBN) was established mid 2015 to provide an opportunity for women who's businesses are in the Wollondilly shire to network and promote their business in a friendly educational environment.
We hold meetings and events throughout each month, to educate our members and to encourage promotion of friendship and business within this exciting growth area. We encourage our members to schedule attendance at events in advance as we have a strict event closure policy and we'd hate you to miss out. Our meetings and workshops are held as breakfasts, morning teas, evenings and some weekends so there will be something that everyone has a chance to attend.
The WWIBN is a non-profit organisation conducted by a committee of volunteers who put many hours into developing themes, sourcing speakers, planning and booking venues and menus, creating and sending invitations, advertising and encouraging new memberships, collecting and managing finances and countless other invisible tasks.
New committee and sub-committee members are always welcome to join and make a contribution. We also encourage any member to share ideas for new speakers or events that the club could hold, or thoughts for ways to improve the network. The network belongs to the members!
Our Annual Events have been enormous successes with inspirational speakers like Tracey Spicer and Steve Wisbey, Bettey Klimenko and Paula Zrilic entertaining us with their life stories and then announcements of the 'Women in the Workplace' and 'Return to Work' initiatives, funded by Glencore and Women NSW.
Time for you to Renew?
Don't delay - click on the image (above right) for 1 or 2 years,
or go to our Events page, and renew your membership today!
If you haven't signed a Code of Conduct yet please do, as we cannot renew your membership without one.
Remember to read and return the WWIB Code of Conduct if you haven't done so yet.