Business Chicks Presents Sydney International Women's Day 2018

When: March 9 2018

Where: Sydney, Australia


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<p>It&rsquo;s a pivotal time for women, but we mustn&rsquo;t be complacent. Now is the time to #pressforprogress &ndash; the theme for International Women&rsquo;s Day in 2018.</p>

<p>Join Business Chicks to celebrate the most important day of the year. We&rsquo;ve brought together three phenomenal Australian women to share what Press for Progress means to them. Join us for this really special lunch hosted by Yumi Stynes to raise a glass to women everywhere and be part of a discussion about what comes next.</p>

<p>Surround yourself with the energy of hundreds of people who want the world to be a good one for women and help us support Sydney Women&rsquo;s Fund on the day too.</p>

<p>Gather your girlfriends, host your clients, surprise your team or come alone. Don&rsquo;t miss this pillar event &ndash; it&rsquo;s a sell-out every year!</p>

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<p><strong>Our speakers:</strong></p>

<p><strong>Tracey Spicer&nbsp;</strong>fights for women. She was behind the investigation into sexual harassment in the Australian Media Industry that triggered the investigations into Don Burke. She rallies for change and takes action, and she&rsquo;s seriously funny too.</p>

<p><strong>Clementine Ford&nbsp;</strong>is a writer, speaker and feminist thinker. She&rsquo;s leading a generation of women and girls to raise their voices and fight against a world that continues to be unequal for women.</p>

<p><strong>Amna Karra Hassan&nbsp;</strong>is an agent of change. She founded the first AFL Women&rsquo;s team in Western Sydney, widely recognised for bringing together the community. Off the field, she works for the Australian Federal Police and is responsible for driving cultural change within the AFP.</p>

<p><strong>Your host -&nbsp;</strong><strong>Yumi Stynes&nbsp;</strong>knows how to get women talking and is not afraid to dive headfirst into the topics we tend to avoid. She&rsquo;s worked in media for two decades, is a master juggler and knows the power of a good belly laugh.</p>

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<p><strong>Location:&nbsp;</strong>Darling Island Doltone House, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW 2009</p>

<p><strong>Date:&nbsp;</strong>Friday 9 March 2018&nbsp; 12:15pm-2:30pm&nbsp; Registration from 12pm</p>

<p><strong>Pricing:&nbsp;</strong>Premium member &ndash; $145.00, Non-member &ndash; $175.00</p>

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