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Networking Event - CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON

Location: HOBART | TAS
Venue: Salamanca Inn, 10 Gladstone Street, Hobart
Date: Friday, 1 December, 2017
Time: 11:45AM - 2:00PM
RSVP Date: Tuesday, 28 November, 2017

The One Word That Business Can't Do Without: Trust!

Christine Green - Consultant, Chef and Author

Christine Green - Consultant, Chef, AuthorIt's the festive season and time to plan for the year ahead. As you wind down towards the break, who will be looking after your business during the festive season?  

During this light hearted and fun presentation, Christine will talk about the one word your business can simply NOT do without – Trust. 

Trust is the most important word that any business should focus on - it comes from the why? the how? and the where? of anyone trying to supply any service and product today. 

When you focus on trust first, the rest will follow, and it's knowing how to build that trust in your customers and staff that will lay the foundations for a successful, and sustainable business. We'll dive into this whole concept, and how it can apply to your lives as well as your businesses.

Come along to our Christmas luncheon, meet with other women driven to build better businesses, network and discover how to flourish through the different passages of your business journey.

About Christine Green: 

Beginning in advertising and publicity, Christine has morphed from acting, to teaching as a drama specialist, to running ten successful restaurants as owner/chef.
 

She taught in English and Drama in Japan, and set up the first factory outlet in Tasmania, was the lifestyle editor of Tasmania's biggest circulation community newspaper, and has worked in PR and communications in Hobart.

She is now the founder of Just the Sizzle, a food blog that is about chefs and the food industry, and has launched her memoirs, "Theatre of War: The Art of running a restaurant" with radio interviews across the country. She is working on a chef help line called "Off the Hotplate" that will give back to an industry she loves.

What You'll Learn From Christine:

  • Why trust should be the focus of any business.
  • How to instil trust in your staff.
  • Gaining the trust of clients or customers.
  • Leveraging that trust to build your business.

How to promote your business at this event:

Brochure or Product Sample Distribution: WNA Members who bring a door prize to this event are entitled to place their promotional flyers or product samples onto the seats for all the guests in attendance. Read details about how to participate.

FREE Expo Tables: Whilst making an online booking WNA Members have the option of securing a Free Expo Table. If the option doesn't appear it indicates all spaces have been secured. Read details about how to participate.

Menu:

On Arrival: Pre-luncheon drink followed by cash bar.

Main: Chef's Christmas plate with slices of roast leg of pork, breast of turkey and honey Christmas ham on roasted vegetables topped with rich pan jus and condiments.

Alternative Main (Vegetarian): Mushroom and fetta tart served with a traditional Greek salad.

Dessert: Traditional Christmas pudding served with brandied custurd sauce, chantilly cream and vanilla bean ice-cream.


Note: Meal will be served with fresh dinner rolls and followed by coffee, tea and chocolates.

Special Diets: Special dietary requirements are to be indicated in the comments section of your booking form. Due to venue policy we are required to give 3 working days notice prior to this event for special diets that are to be served on the day. Sorry, but any special diet bookings received after this time cannot be guaranteed. To discuss further contact us on T: 1800 052 476.

Tickets:

Members:
$69.00 | Visitors: $89.00 Join WNA Now and book at the discounted Member Rate.

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