Bellingen Chamber of Commerce

Event: How to network when you loathe networking (20 July)

4 Jul

Meet-Up hosted by The Bellingen Co-Working Network & Chamber of Commerce 
Thursday July 20th, 5 pm for a 5.30 start, Youth Hub.
Booking essential : $5 Ticket. Refreshments provided. Click here to book.

 

 

Would you rather poke your eyes out than attend a networking event?

 

 

OK, perhaps it’s not that serious but let’s face it, networking isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.

 

 

Networking is a daily role for Kerry Grace, CEO of Regional Development Australia Mid North Coast  and would you believe she also loathes it.  Join Kerry for some helpful hints and tips to get the most out of networking (when you would rather be at home), find out why it’s important to leave your desktop and get out and about and experience some new ways to network that you may have not previously considered.

 

 

Date: Thursday July 20, 2017.
Time: 5 pm for a 5.30am start. 45 min talk followed by 30 min Q&A, and well.. some networking!
Venue: Youth Hub, William Street, Bellingen. Light refreshments provided
Booking Essential:  Ticket only, $5.  Click here to book (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/loathe-networking-find-out-how-anyone-can-do-it-naturally-and-effectively-tickets-35807171213)

 

 

 

 

About Kerry 

Kerry Grace is the CEO of Regional Development Australia, Mid North Coast.

 

She has vast experience in economic and community development. Her skills include facilitation, management, coaching, workshop delivery, business strategy, event management and online marketing.

 

Now in her senior leadership role, she guides her team to connect and deliver opportunities which enhance the region of the Mid North Coast, NSW.

 

As an avid blogger Kerry’s writes about life as a regional Australian, business development, social change and leading a ‘life that matters’.

 

Kerry has been self-employed for most of her working life, most of this has been in regional Australia. Kerry has a strong understanding of the hurdles business owners face as they sustain and grow their business.

 

Kerry is mum to three school aged children and she is a strong advocate of women in business leadership.

 

Her career started in advertising/marketing in a corporate environment however her passion for social justice led her to work closely with the community and education sectors.

 

Kerry also writes for small business site Smallville.com.au, and is an entertaining presenter, so don’t miss out!