Western Cape women from different sectors and industries are about to experience a first-of-its-kind networking session to be hosted by the Christian Women Business Network (CWBN).
On June 11 business, professional and ministry women are invited to participate in the launch of the CWBN Western Cape Chapter at the Seven Sisters Vineyards, Stellenbosch.
“The occasion is more than just a launch but an opportunity for women from different sectors, at different stages of business or career, to gather and network towards supporting each other, both in their professional, career business or ministry journeys. The attendants also have an opportunity to showcase and sell products to take full advantage of the moment” said Kea Modise-Moloto, founder and visionary of the CWBN.
“In addition to a special morning spent with likeminded women over a delicious brunch we will also have leading women from different areas of the marketplace leading conversations that will ensure no one of the attendants is left out – their topics cover various aspects that are career and business focused,” she said.
Kea said that the CWBN has been connecting business, professional and ministry women for networking and empowerment in a safe space for five years. The network which is already established in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal comprises women from different parts of South Africa and a growing number from around the world.
“It is our intention to launch a Christian Women Business Network chapter in each province whilst working hard to ensure that our global connections make a difference in small and big ways – with the priority of enabling God His rightful position in the marketplace,” said Kea.
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