Women in Business & Regional Development would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to you and all our Partners and Members for supporting us in 2020. With their support, WIBRD has experienced significant innovation and growth to our network.
Women in Business & Regional Development would now like to invite you to consider partnering with our network in 2021. Please find a link to our 2021 Partnership Prospectus HERE, there are a number of levels of sponsorship that we would love you to consider including Platinum, Gold, Silver and Logo.
As a non-for-profit organisation and in the absence of any current funding or grants, the support from partnership and membership enable us to operate at a sustainable level. Quite simply without our partnerships we are unable to deliver our strategic direction to the level of professionalism we have all grown to love. As our partner you and your business have exposure to a group of highly active businesswomen who are forward thinking, innovative, creative and hold a high level of influence among their peers, business and the community.
As one of the regions highest profile member-based organisations, as our partner you have exposure to a group of highly active businesswomen who are forward thinking, innovative, creative and hold a high level of influence among their peers, business and the community. WiBRD is operated by a voluntary Board with administrative support from a contracted executive team. As per our 2020 AGM, WiBRD have welcomed Danielle England to the Board which now consists of Jacinta Jones – Chair, Cathy Beckman- Deputy Chair, Harriet Keatley- Treasurer, Danielle England, Ebony Moulden, Toni Vorenas and Nicole Reschke. You can find a link to the 2019/2020 Annual Report HERE. The high profile and connected members of the Women in Business & Regional Development board work tirelessly to ensure the network remains viable and supportive of our community and the many industries and members we represent.
On reflection the 2019/20 year has had many highlights and it is really exciting to see the numerous achievements of our network. We have emerged from the current landscape in a strong position thanks to the organisation’s commitment to our continuous development, strategy and improvement to our underlying processes which will support the sustainability of the WiBRD’s future.
The WiBRD Board’s continuous effort at improvement ensures a spread of roles across the board, structured training and events that focus on professional and personal development and a clear and united vision of where we are heading. Women in Business & Regional Development are making a concerted effort to ensure the sustainability of the network by endeavouring to be truly regional and to advocate and connect on behalf of the organisation.
2021 will see WiBRD further improving our website and member portal, strengthening our community partnerships and offering a number of programs and initiatives to support our network as it adjusts to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Members area on our website offers a fantastic platform to connect with others throughout our region providing access to the WiBRD Member Directory, exclusive member information, webinar recordings, our newly released Conversations With Women in Business podcast series, member discounts for our events as well as allowing our members and partners to connect with relevant business and or people to enhance our community.
We will continue to evolve our events calendar aiming to continue to raise the bar with quality events. As with all good partnerships, the more you contribute the more you get out. Women in Business & Regional Development is a networking organisation, we encourage all Partners to attend as many events as possible or send along a representative from your business to ensure your business will maximise your partnership investment.
If you are interested in becoming a Partner with Women in Business & Regional Development please contact Lydia at [email protected] or on 0400293676 to discuss.