Community and Business Women’s Network
Connection is why we’re here; it is what gives purpose and meaning to our lives.
– Brene Brown
Community and Business Women’s Network (CBWN) was founded in 2018 with a straightforward purpose – to connect women on the Central Coast.
Though population in the area had significantly expanded in recent years, it was clear that opportunities for women to connect socially and professionally had not. CBWN is built upon the idea that bringing women together creates opportunities for growth, resilience and inspiration at business, community and personal levels.
Through a mix of networking events, business showcases and professional development opportunities, CBWN has expanded rapidly to include close to 300 active members. It is open to all women who want to network, make friends, learn, share ideas and support local business.
If you are keen to connect with other Central Coast women in a relaxed and friendly setting, book a seat at our next event or join the CBWN Facebook group today!
Community and Business Women’s Network is a project of Iris Foundation.
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To find out how you can be involved, become an event sponsor or a guest speaker, please contact:
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Latest CBWN news:
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