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We’re hosting our International Women’s Day breakfast on March 9, at the Fullerton Hotel Grand Ballroom in Sydney from 7.45am to 10am.

We’re super excited to have Shark Tank judge and founder of Red Balloon Naomi Simson as one of our guest speakers. Naomi is Australia’s most followed business leader and encourages her audience to play a bigger game with her personal motto: “If it is meant to be, it is up to me”.

You’ll also hear from Faustina Agolley, a proud Black and Asian gay Australian of Ghanaian and Chinese-Malaysian heritage who has hosted Video Hits interviewing the likes of Alicia Keys, Adele, Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga. She’s about to launch her latest hair care venture in the United States.

Our final guest will be ex-journalist Marina Go who is now the chair of Adore Beauty and sits on multiple boards. She’ll talk about what it takes to crack the glass ceiling.

If you’re in Sydney, join us in person for a memorable morning. If not, join us online from wherever in the world you are, live or at a time that suits you.

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