Professional, business and ministry women invited to inspiring networking session in Cape Town

The Christian Women Business Network (CWBN) is hosting a networking session for women in all types of businesses, careers and ministry at the Peninsula Hotel, Cape Town on Saturday October 22.

This session with guest speaker Dr Shirley Zinn, a business leader with an outstanding local and international track record, with a focus on human resource strategies, follows the successful launch of the CWBN in the Western Cape in June 2022.  

“We intentionally invite world-class businesswomen to lead conversations at our sessions because we want our guests to walk away with information and knowledge to take their businesses and careers to the next level. Dr Shirely Zinn is all rounded in business and leadership and we have no doubt that she will share useful insights for business and professional women attending” says Kea Modise Moloto, executive director at the CWBN. 

Kea continues: “As you know, these days people do business with people they know and trust — hence this opportunity for women to connect with each other in a special and intimate setting. There will be meaningful conversations led by world-class speakers, breakaway sessions for more focused discussions, eats and an opportunity to showcase products and services while networking with like-minded women.”

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The CWBN is a safe space for empowerment, encouragements and worthwhile connections for Christian women in the market place towards thriving businesses and careers. We are intentionally creating local and national connections that are linked to and benefit from our global network. Businesses are also able to feature in the arise Magazine which is distributed in different Provinces of South Africa: 

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