When you think of networking events you might inwardly recoil with the idea of naff name tags, shoulder pads or speed dating type one on ones where everyone is slightly uncomfortable and nobody leaves feeling particularly inspired by anything other than the nibbles.
This is the type of networking event that Nicole and Thea, the ladies behind she’s the bizz, wanted to relegate to yesteryear with the launch of their Bizz Fizz networking nights.
A new style of networking
With the aim of creating a new style of networking event for ladies, she’s the bizz offers intimate, female-focused events where you just might find your new best friend, boss, or work wife.
she’s the bizz founders, Nicole and Thea both have a background in media and understand the power and importance of connecting with like-minded women to support, advise, educate and cheer on one another. While this is a huge movement online, Nicole and Thea want to take connecting back to basics and provide a platform for this to happen naturally in real life.
So what can you expect when you attend a she’s the bizz Bizz Fizz networking event? An inviting environment with a diverse range of women connecting in an approachable way. The she’s the bizz team believe “networking” should be inclusive, local, educational, authentic and of course fun!
If you’re looking for an excuse to escape the rat race for an evening of bubbles, belly laughs, inspiring stories, delicious snacks and the chance to be in a room with like-minded lady legends, then Bizz Fizz is where it’s at.
Smack on some lippy, grab your girlfriends, work wives or even better – strut in solo and meet a whole bunch of new besties.
Tickets are only $65 and includes EVERYTHING above PLUS. SO. MUCH. MORE.
The first Bizz Fizz networking event of 2021
Thursday 22 April
5:30 – 8:30pm
Riot Wines. Co in Brompton (and it’s sure to be a riot!)
Strap in ladies, because this event is going to be an absolute vibe…
she’s the bizz will be hosting their first networking event of 2021 at the the new Riot Wines.Co in Brompton.
The evening of laughing and learning will include networking drinks and nibbles for the fabulous ladies at Taylor & Holmes to start followed by an incredible line up of guest speakers.
KIDDO’s own boss lady extraordinaire, Charlotte Chambers, is a mother of two boys aged 4 and 7, media industry stalwart and newly minted entrepreneur. As the owner and publisher of premium (even if we do say so ourselves) print publication KIDDO mag, Charlotte’s 20 years experience in print and digital media coupled with a background in marketing, sales and events gives has given her exceptional insight into the infant, children and family markets. It’s this expertise and passion for social change Charlotte brings to her newest venture, mumamoo – South Australia’s first infant and toddler milk formula brand co-founded with business partners Belinda Humphris and Kristina Scutella. Mumamoo is proudly female founded and owned, 100% Australian made and is proudly supportive of all feeding journeys.
On a mission to help her son, Nabula started studying how additive and preservatives can affect our physical and mental health. Surprised at what she learnt and shocked to know that these chemicals are added into foods that you would never suspect, Supermarket Swap was born. Utilising her background in advertising, working for brands like Bazaar & Gourmet Traveller, Nabula started by creating a clear concept and message, to be able to easily educate people about what was hiding in their food. The constant messaging in society is to only eat wholefoods and to make everything from scratch. While this is ideal, it is not the reality is for the majority of people as they are extremely time-poor, whether they have young children or busy careers, they shop at the supermarket. Yet no one seemed to be acknowledging it; let alone telling them the best brands to buy. With thousands of people now making ‘Simple Swaps’, the brand is booming, as it has been a healthy & convenient game-changer.
MC’d by the gorgeous Emma G
Emma Georgiadis has worked in the media industry for more than fifteen years. She is a radio presenter at Southern Cross Austereo and has worked at the Triple M, Hit and Nova networks as an announcer, newsreader and producer, as well as behind the scenes in operations. She has a Bachelor of Media and Bachelor of Law, and also works freelance as a voice over artist, MC, presenter and writer. As well as her media industry involvement, Emma worked as a teacher for ten years teaching in schools from Cambodia to New York to the Galapagos Islands. Her passion for teaching emotional and social wellbeing and has experience in girls’ education, in particular. Combining her passions for communication, education and leadership, Emma has developed the podcast Empowerhouse and also runs wellbeing programs that empower and liberate young people.
The she’s the bizz team and high caliber guest speakers will be reflecting on the inevitable impacts of 2020 discussing learnings and opportunities plus looking forward into this fresh new year with the ladies all sharing some very exciting announcements and giving their two cents on how you can make it your best year yet!