Shift away from 9-5 job imminent for budding female entrepreneurs

A local business women’s networking club has start to notice a shift away from the typical 9-5 job.

The League of Extraordinary Women’s (LOEW) entrepreneurial breakfasts are reportedly rapidly increasing in numbers and are showing a change in attitude in people wanting more from the usual 9am-5pm job.

“The breakfasts are held bi-monthly and are growing in numbers each time,” event organiser Faiziah Baldanado says.


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The breakfasts are a chance for budding female entrepreneurs to surround themselves with people who inspire them to thrive in business.

The League started networking breakfasts when they saw the need for an outlet for business owners to brainstorm and plan their next step with people who had ‘been there’.

Creator of skincare range Balense Wendy Reiner will be the Guest Speaker at the groups next breakfast, to be held on August 4th at Cabukee Emerald Lakes.

Wendy is set to discuss how she turned her solution to acne prone skin into a thriving business.

“Starting a business is scary but incredibly rewarding – I look forward to being able to share my story and encourage the attending women to follow their passion,” Ms Reiner says.

For more information and to book tickets click here 

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