WiBRD Relax and Connect – Scholarship Announcement!

Women in Business & Regional Development welcome you to join us for our Relax and Connect – Networking Event, Featuring the announcement of Scholarship recipients!

When – Friday the 16th of July
Where – Metro Bakery & Cafe
Time – 6pm
Guest Speaker – Dylan McQueen

WiBRD members tickets are $20 including the booking fee (1 ticket per member)
Non-Members are welcome to join us for a fee of $25 including the booking fee

Tickets are inclusive of nibbles, drinks are available to be purchased from the bar.

 

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Relax and Connect – Networking Event!

Women in Business & Regional Development welcome you to join us for our Relax and Connect – Networking Event, Featuring the announcement of Scholarship recipients!

When – Friday the 16th of July
Where -Metro Bakery & Cafe
Time – 6pm
Guest Speaker – Dylan McQueen

 Please note there are strictly limited tickets to this event and we encourage all to book early to avoid disappointment as numbers can not be increased.

WiBRD members tickets are $20 including the booking fee (1 ticket per member)
Non-Members are welcome to join us for a fee of $25 including the booking fee

Tickets are inclusive of nibbles, drinks are available to be purchased from the bar.

This event has been planned with COVID-19 restrictions in mind, we respectfully request that all attendees follow the COVID-19 guidelines, in the event of any changes all attendees will be notified by email.

Guest Speaker – Dylan McQueen

FROM a humble home kitchen to his own royal shopfront, Scroll Queen founder Dylan McQueen has enjoyed the twists and turns generated from his spiralled treats.

What started as a side project has now grown into a promising enterprise. Dylan had always enjoyed baking and it just began as an on-the-side cash injection. Knowing cinnamon scrolls were popular in Europe and America as food that went hand-in-hand with coffee, he capitalized on what he saw as a hole in the market and launched his brand.

He began selling my scrolls through Bay Blue Espresso Bar and promoting them through the Mount Gambier Farmers Market and it grew from there.

In the beginning Dylan was doing 40 or more hours weekly as a retail manager and would then go home, prepare the scrolls, refrigerate them and they would be ready to pop in the oven first thing in the morning.

Since establishing his business, Mr McQueen has been involved in the Venture Dorm Limestone Coast, Tenison Woods College hospitality workshops and has had his scrolls taste-tested by celebrities visiting the region.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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