NSW Small Business Month is in full swing, and Business Far West has orchestrated a series of events for small business proprietors. Now celebrating its seventh year, Business Far West has scheduled a complimentary networking soirée on Friday, October 20, beginning at 6.30pm at the Broken Hill Pub.
“This unique gathering is designed to bring together individuals from diverse backgrounds who share a common goal: to build strong professional relationships while prioritising resilience,” a Business Far West spokesperson said.
The networking event, which is supported by the Broken Hill City Council and Foundation Broken Hill, and funded by the NSW Government, will allow small business owners to “engage in meaningful conversations, exchange valuable insights, and unlock opportunities for collaboration,” the spokesperson added.
Following on from their networking event, Prue Sulicich from Head Coach will be the guest speaker for a Women in Business Luncheon, held on Sunday, October 29 at the Broken Hill Golf and Country Club from 12pm-3pm.
With entry priced at $25 per head, the luncheon garners support from both the Broken Hill City Council and Foundation Broken Hill and is financially backed by the NSW Government.
The Business Far West spokesperson said that participants to the luncheon should “prepare to be inspired as our esteemed guest speaker shares her invaluable insights, personal anecdotes, and practical strategies for navigating the unique challenges and opportunities faced by women in small business.”
Topics ranging from the balance of work-life harmony, to scaling a small business, will be discussed at the luncheon.
Mrs Sulicich told the Truth that her business “works with women who want to get more out of life, and so when they find themselves not achieving their goals, I help them achieve their dreams.”
A visionary, Mrs Sulicich built two businesses while she lived in Broken Hill, being Eclectic and the Fabric Closet.
She also served as the Executive Officer of Foundation Broken Hill, before relocating with her family to the Gold Coast prior to the pandemic.
Tickets for the Women in Business Luncheon can be purchased here, and more information relating to the October networking event can be found by contacting Business Far West on their Facebook Page.
PICTURE: Prue Sulicich will discuss challenges faced by women in business. SUPPLIED