HOME ABOUT COACHINGCoaching Coaching Reviews TRAININGCommunication What is NLP? Relationship Seminar Your Biz Intro Resilience Training Reviews BLOG LINKS WBWN CONTACT You are hereHome » Whangarei Business Women's Network Whangarei Business Women's Network The Whangarei Business Women's Network was set up by Barbara in response to the requests by many women who had been part of the Her Business Network in Whangarei. What’s the WBWN all about? There are many women who enjoy doing business with each other in Whangarei—be it to share a problem or a success, source another woman in business to provide products or services, create a strategic alliance or a new customer, or simply to refer them on to someone else who can help. And we all enjoy helping others to get what they want and resolve their problems –right? Whangarei has a wealth of successful women who own their own businesses, work in partnership, and support successful business owners and operators. The WBWN is an avenue for celebrating these successes and connecting with other like-minded women in business. The WBWN focuses on Whangarei-based business women as speakers who will share their successes, triumphs, challenges, and their hints and tips for success, so that we can each learn and grow from their local experience and knowledge. What happens at the WBWN? Each month an event is held that provides the opportunity for women in business to: Connect with other businesswomen in Whangarei Share your business cards and your successes Learn from a local, successful woman in business What makes the WBWN different from all the other networks? There are many highly successful business networks operating in Whangarei. Many of these require a joining fee plus an annual membership fee and some form of regular attendance. The WBWN is a ‘pay as you go’ option with no membership fees and no attendance requirements. Who can attend the WBWN? Any woman in business in Whangarei is welcome to attend whether you’re working for yourself, in a partnership or working for an employer. There’s only one rule: Pay in advance by 5.00pm, the Thursday before the event. How do I get to attend WBWN? To receive an invitation each month, click here (firstname.lastname@example.org). Provide your name, address, contact phone number and your email details and you will be included on the WBWN database and receive an invitation each month. To attend, you must respond by return email and pre-pay your $47.00 registration by internet banking by 5.00pm on the Thursday before the meeting. What’s the cost to attend? $47.00 (GST inclusive) per event. What do I get from my $47 investment? A two-course meal will be served. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in an activity that will help you connect with other business women. Enjoy a relaxing meal with the opportunity to converse with other women in business. (Special dietary requirements can be catered for – simply email before the event). Connect and exchange business cards with likeminded businesswomen. Share business successes, stories, opportunities and challenges in a supportive environment. Learn something new from the guest speaker (a successful, Whangarei business woman). What’s the purpose of all of this? To create a vibrant, connected, and supportive business community in Whangarei and, to support and encourage you and your business. So what’s the Red Tape? Payment must be made in advance by 5.00pm the Thursday before the event. Door or late registrations will not be permitted. Refunds or cancellations are not permitted after the closing date. However, a substitute may be sent in your place if you’re unable to attend—simply email details through before midday on the day of the event. Tax receipts will be emailed as payments are received. Who coordinates the WBWN? Barbara Jaques of BJ Projects. Where can I join the database? You can sign up to receive our monthly event invitations directly to your email inb-box by clicking here and filling in the form. What topics do you usually have and who are the previous speakers? May 2020 – Anne Lensink – Villa CA – (Re)Building a Resilient Business in Times of Crisis April 2020 - A Facilitated On-line Networking Event (via Zoom) - Supporting each other through the Pandemic March 2020 - Cameron Tukapua - You Being You - The ABC of Mental Wellbeing (via Zoom) February 2020 - Barbara Jaques - BJ Projects - Dealing with Anxious Feelings November 2019 – Kate Malcolm – Dive! Tutukaka - Business Unplugged – The real deal about the highs and lows of a seasonal biz (sent card 19.11.19) October 2019 – Marketing Exchange – Let’s generate some leads for our businesses! September 2019 – Mandy Edge – You will get there! Overcoming barriers to create success August 2019 – Tanya McQueen – Global Spirit Films July 2019 – Sarah Wells – My Goodness! - Overnight Success 5 years in the Making! June 2019 – Sally Leftley – SL Advisory – Ignorance is no Excuse – Employment Law Changes Update May 2019 – Barbara Beck – WRMK Lawyers – From Gray Matter to Legal Matters – Intellectual Property April 2019 – Katie Gray – Giftbox Boutique - Hanging on to the Tigers' Tail - Creating, Growing & Maintaining Online Biz Growth March 2019 – Rose Oosthuysen – Toastmasters - Take the Terror out of Talking - Overcome Your Fear & Introduce Yourself with Confidence February 2019 – Barbara Jaques – BJ Projects - How well do you Bounce Back? Developing your Resilience Strategies November 2018 – Robyn Pearce – Getting a Grip on Time – There are Never Enough Hours in the Day! October 2018 – Nicci Burns – HydroHealthy & The Whangarei Growers’ Market – Lettuce Create our own Market September 2018 – Dr Jan Widdowson – The Doctors Kamo – What’s happening to me? Is it me or my hormones? August 2018 – Jasmine Fuller – Mint Floral – Growing a Values-Based Business with Minimal Marketing Dollars July 2018 – Di Crawford-Errington – On Track Bookkeeping Ltd – Building your Business as a Solopreneur – From Xero to Hero June 2018 - Sara Reid – GFM Branding Solutions Ltd – Making your Brand work for you May 2018 - Philippa Mannagh - Liked Media - What's happening with Facebook? April 2018 - Christine Allen - Solas Media - How to get FREE poistive media exposure for your business March 2018 - Mary Cook - StaffCare - Leaping into Biz for Yourself - The importance of trust and key H & S Tips February 2018 - Barbara Jaques - BJ Projects - Six Success Secrets - Useful Strategies for Managing Yourself November 2017 – Kelly Wilson – The Wilson Sisters – Following your Passion – Harnessing your horsepower to create success October 2017 – Bernadette Norman – Mallets - Merging Traditional & On-line Retail - Surviving in the retail fashion industry September 2017 – Emma Jelsma – Word Perfect - The 'Key Phrase Game' - Want some feedback to benefit your organic SEO? August 2017 – Rangimarie Kelly – Level Strategy, Marketing & Design - Is Your Business Thriving Online? - 3 Factors You Need to Understand to Ensure Your Business Remains Competitive Online July 2017 – Clare Davies-Colley – Blackdog Steel, Kotata Heights, Port Nikau - 10 Business Essentials - The SME Journey June 2017 – Toni Sherwood – Ray White Realty - Staying on Top of Your Game - A Formula for Consistent Sales Success May 2017 – Leah Peacock – Sudburys - Keeping your Head while Losing your Rack! - One woman's journey through the dreaded 'C' April 2017 – Sally Leftley – SL Advisory Ltd - Employment Law Update - An update on the latest developments. March 2017 – Lisa Halvorson – WorkReady NZ & Workspace - "There's no Limits!" - How to shoot for the moon when everyone says "you can't do that" February 2017 – Barbara Jaques – BJ Projects – Discover the Confident You November 2016 – Jules Smith – Washbar – Lifting your Business from Local to Global September 2016 – Karen Te’o – Business Growth Solutions – Grow your Business Revenue & Double your Profit in 5 Easy Steps August 2016 – Becky Cashman – Goodbye Products – Generosity Marketing – Creating Business Success without a big Spend July 2016 – Jo Lees – Creative Web Ideas – Creating Email Newsletter Content that Rocks! June 2016 – Corinne Austin – FitFix – Would you pass a Warrant of Fitness? May 2016 – Philippa Mannagh – Liked Media – Overwhelmed with Social Media? Where can I start? April 2016 – Vicki Ogle – Homekill Services - Guts and Glory and well hung meat – Resilience and planning March 2016 - Open Discussion evening – Grow your Biz – Idea sharing evening February 2016 – Barbara Jaques – BJ Projects - Procrastination – why we do it and how to change it November 2015 – Melanie Rands – Ecostore – Anti-Marketing – Busting out of the BAU Paradigm October 2015 – Kaari Schlebach – Himalayan Trading Post - Generosity in Business September 2015 – Networking - Promote your Biz night August 2015 – Catherine Davies-Colley – Sewezi – From Concept to Commercial production in China July 2015 – Tania Dunn – Marine North – What the Awards process can do for your business June 2015 – Myriam Heynen – EMA – An open discussion on Employment Relations May 2015 – Barbara covered for Catherine Davies –Colley – facilitated session on the importance of connections in business April 2015 – Jackie Lints – Educare – Positioning your Biz for the Future March 2015 – Leah Cameron – Natural Chemistry - Balance Yourself- Natural Chemistry - February 2015 – Barbara Jaques – BJ Projects - Reignite your Mojo November 2014 – Nikki Davies-Colley – From Small biz to Big Biz October 2014 - Sarahlee Cobb - Sarahlee Cobb Photography – Does your Biz look as good as you? September 2014 – Gemma Buchanan - Buchanan’s Amcal Pharmacy – What are you doing to take your Biz to the next Level? August 2014 – Shona Kelly - ReflectNZ - Unveiling the Myths of H & S Management July 2014 – Cindy Battye – Effectively Creating and Managing your Mailing Lists and Subscribers June 2014 – Annette Johnston – Robinsons Asphalts – Key Learnings from 20 years in Business May 2014 – Sandra Boston – Kiwi Cakes – From Garage to Global Internet Business April 2014 – Charmaine O’Shea – Johnston O’Shea – Leadership Journey March 2014 – Marketing Exchange – Speed Networking Feb 2014 – BJ Projects – BJ Projects - Goal Setting November – Debbie Mayo-Smith – How to be more successful October – Kathryn Darroch - Dress for Success – Achieving funding success in Organisations September – Cheryl Polwarth and Karen Matich - Polwarths – Grit and Evolving Your Business August – Sheryl Mai – Business Continuity – Is your Business Prepared? July 2013 – Sandra McKersey – People Potential - How to Grow your Business May 2013 – Mary Britton – Coaching Pacific - Neuroscience and Leadership April 2013 –Talia Mana – Leo Industries - Ways to Make Money on Line March 2013 – Janine Matchitt – Viola Organics - What’s Really in that Miracle Cream? February 2013 – Fiona Southorn – Bayleys Real Estate - Putting the Wheels in Motion – My Olympic Journey November 2012 – Anne Kaminski – Anne Kaminski Consulting – ‘The Changing World of Recruitment October 2012 – Jules Smith – Washbar – ‘Growing a Biz from the Ground Up’ September 2012 – Denise Jensen – Refining NZ – “Seizing Opportunities – My leadership Journey’ August 2012 – Janine Matchitt – Viola Organics – Barbara Jaques Facilitated – ‘How to keep focused’ July 2012 – Robyn Banks – Headlines – ‘It’s all about Attitude – How’s Yours?’ June 2012 – Andrea Ross – People Potential – Dealing with Change May 2012 – Justine Amundson – Amundson & Amundson - How to do what you love & run a successful business April 2012– Jude Thompson - WDC - Resilience Oct 2011- Barbara Jaques - BJ Projects - What is NLP Sept 2011 - Linda Wallis - Assist You - Time management – Outlook Express Aug 2011- Katherine Kozel – Search Engine Optimisation – Demystifying Social Media August July 2011 - Jules Rylev - Bloom Florist May 2011- Judy Collins – Webb Ross & Co April 2011- Leah Peacock - Sudburys March 2011- Maggie Dixon - Maggie Dixon Real Estate Register your interest Follow WBWN on Facebook About BJ Projects BJ Projects is all about: Encouraging personal and professional strengths and skills; Empowering individuals to build relationships; Inspiring individuals to make changes; developing new thinking patterns; and building competence to create confidence. 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