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Connecting Women in Business

Building capability and a supportive community is important in business, and networking provides a platform for women to come together in a collaborative group to connect, share experiences and learn from each other.

The Connecting Women in Business initiative is funded through the South Australian Government’s $4 million Women in Business program, with a goal to see women better represented across our state’s business community.

This Program is designed to support existing networking groups and communities in metropolitan and regional South Australia that connect women in business through mentors, events, online forums and workshops.

What is the Connecting Women in Business Program?

The Connecting Women in Business program gives business owners an opportunity to network with other like-minded women in their local area.

Four delivery partners with a track record of presenting engaging and valuable networking opportunities will be delivering events specifically for women business owners. These events will be across a number of regions including Adelaide's north, west and regional areas.

How to get involved

You can visit the websites of the organisations offering the networking events below to find out more, and be sure to sign up to their mailing list to keep updated as further events are announced.

Delivery partners

City of Charles Sturt logo

City of Charles Sturt

An expansion of their Women in the West program - a network of women business owners which will include a strong focus on providing opportunities for multicultural women in business.
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WoTL Ltd (Women Together Learning)

Expanding Networks and Knowledge through the WoTL Ambassador Network, which will provide regional business owners – including women in farming – with access to additional networking events, ambassadors and relevant education.
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Gawler Business Development Group

Connecting Women in Business through their Rural Chics initiative, including networking events and mentorship sessions (in-person and online) for businesswomen in the Clare Valley.
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City of Salisbury

With support from the Polaris Centre, delivering the Women in Business Network which will provide more women in business with access to targeted events, focused on capability building across a range of relevant topics.

Women in Business Program

To support women in starting, running and growing their businesses.

Hear from Women in Business program participants

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Meet Annunziata Thompson, Mrs D's Cookies

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Meet Dipleen Areneja, Aeon Disablity Services

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Meet Shirley Young, Two Worlds Consultancy

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