Aussie women’s network Business Chicks has launched its first two-day exhibition, 9 to Thrive, boasting two days of all things women in the heart of Sydney.
Held Friday-Saturday 23-24 October 2015 at Australian Technology Park, the two-day event features more than 60 exhibitors including food and beverages, health, wellness, fashion, lifestyle, beauty and business brands.
Business Chicks head of events, Rebecca Summers, said: “We are really excited to add an expo to the Business Chicks event portfolio, and 9 to Thrive is shaping up to be like no other event we have done. Each exhibitor category offers a range of experiences, learning and activations – it’s going to be a fully immersive experience for ticket holders.”
In true Business Chicks style, the event will also feature panel sessions, one-on-one interviews and kick-ass keynotes from a bevy of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs, digital doyennes and style makers, including blogger and Instagram aficionado Nadia Bartel, Klick Communications managing director Kim McKay, The Remarkables Group’s Lorraine Murphy, fitness mogul Michelle Bridges, interior style guru Shaynna Blaze, best-selling author Zoe Foster-Blake and Sarah Wilson of I Quit Sugar fame. TV presenter Jules Sebastian, Business Chicks CEO Emma Isaacs and Dr Libby Weaver will also take the stage – with more speakers to be announced soon.
“We wanted to make the event functional and accessible for women to attend,” said Summers. “All speaker sessions are included in the entry price, which is such fantastic value. Speakers will talk on a range of categories, touching on professional and personal passions, the digital landscape, power players, health, wellness, fashion and fitness. These women are all leaders in their fields and add to the real wow factor over the two days.”
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