Little Heroes Foundation to throw Women In Business luncheon at National Wine Centre

Support Little Heroes Foundation Childhood Dementia initiative and connect with SA Women In Business at exclusive luncheon this March.

This March, be part of an event that’s set to inspire, empower and connect like-minded professionals as The Little Heroes Foundation gets set to host their annual 2024 Women In Business event—a celebration of female achievement and innovation in the business world of SA—proudly presented by ADL Support Services.

Happening on March 15th in the Hickinbotham Room at the National Wine Centre, this annual gathering is designed to elevate and connect women across various industries in South Australia, offering a platform for networking, mentorship and the sharing of knowledge.

Kicking off at 11:30 am until 3 pm and hosted by Nine News Adelaide’s Kate Collins, all proceeds of the event will go toward the Little Heroes Childhood Dementia campaign, aiming to contribute to treatments and cures of the disease, as well as provide quality care for children and their families affected by the illness.

For just $150 per person, attendees will enjoy a two-course lunch with dessert, a three-hour drinks package and live entertainment provided by Mason Lloyde—an acclaimed acoustic singer/songwriter known for his versatility and engaging performances. The event will also feature an array of amazing guest speakers who are not only exceptional women in business but also have inspiring stories to share.

Kelly Jamieson, Edible Blooms

From a small startup to an award-winning online gift delivery company, Kelly’s journey is a testament to innovation and excellence. Her commitment to female leadership and her playful spirit make her a leader for aspiring entrepreneurs.

Amanda Swale, One Rundle Trading Co.

Amanda’s vision has transformed ORTC into a haven of design and style, reflecting the elegance of European country houses infused with Australian vitality. Her journey is a masterclass in building a brand that resonates and endures.

Eden Hansen, Better Together Pre-loved Fashion

Eden’s entrepreneurial leap into sustainable fashion showcases her commitment to environmental responsibility and her knack for identifying and filling a niche market. Her story will inspire those looking to make a difference through their ventures.

Jessica Dover, Mothering On My Own podcast

Jessica’s multifaceted career as a content creator, model, teacher, and mother, combined with her authentic engagement with her audience, exemplifies the power of personal brand and the impact of genuine connection.

In addition to these keynote speeches and panel discussions, the event will feature live and silent auctions to raise funds for Childhood Dementia, along with an online silent auction of smaller items for bidders.

Childhood Dementia affects an estimated 700,000 people, and in Australia alone, around 2,300 children are living with Childhood Dementia. This event is not just an opportunity to be a part of a community that celebrates and supports women’s achievements in business, but it’s your chance to contribute and make a difference to a cause that matters.

Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, an established businesswoman, or a professional looking to expand your network, the Little Heroes Foundation Women in Business event offers invaluable insights, inspiration, and connections. Gather your friends, family, or work crew and book your tickets via the link below—it promises to be a significant gathering for women in business across SA.

What: Little Heroes Foundation Women in Business 2024.
Where: National Wine Centre, corner of Hackney Rd & Botanic St, Adelaide, SA 5000.
When: 11:30 am – 3 pm.
For tickets and further info, click here.

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