2021 WiBF Awards: in conversation with Christine Holgate

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2021 WiBF Awards Program, presented by Commonwealth Bank

02nd December 202112:30PM – 1:30PM
Style of Event: Webinar
WiBF Member: AUD $0.00.00Website Subscriber: AUD $50.00
12:30pm – 1:30pm AEDT(Use CODE: BRANDYOU)

Overview

Women in Banking and Finance is delighted to announce the recipients of our WiBF 2021 Awards Program, presented by Commonwealth Bank, celebrating the talented women leading by example across Australia’s banking and finance industry, as well as those men, women and organisations working to improve the gender diversity across the sector.

Please join us for a WiBF Awards watch-party, where we will hear from one of Australia’s most acclaimed business leaders Christine Holgate, in conversation with Catherine Fox, one of Australia’s foremost commentators on women in business, after which the 2021 WiBF Awards recipients will be announced.

We encourage you to register early to avoid disappointment and connect with colleagues, friends and peers to view this inspiring WiBF event together, wherever you may be. From hosting an in-office watch-party – in a COVID safe manner – if you are free to do so, to planning a group chat or group streaming session to exchange thoughts and ideas in real-time, there are plenty of opportunities to connect and interact.

THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR WiBF MEMBERS – use code BRANDYOU at checkout to redeem your free registration.

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